CoreDX DDS Tools

CoreDX DDS is supported by a set of tools to assist in system development and deployment.

The CoreDX DDS tools are available to support your development and analysis tasks. These tools will help ensure project success especially for complex DDS deployments. Whether you need insight into low-level DDS network traffic, or you need to bridge DDS data between multiple domains, or your system must support a highly scalable network with thousands of domain entities, we have you covered.

  • CoreDX DDS Spy

    Get clear visibility into your complex DDS Networks with CoreDX DDS Spy.

    CoreDX DDS Spy is a graphical DDS tool that discovers and monitors all DDS entities on a network, providing at-a-glance insight into common DDS configuration errors.

    CoreDX DDS Spy is a tool that provides value throughout multiple development phases, reducing development and integration costs and providing verification of correct configurations and communications during testing and deployment.

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  • CoreDX DDS Multiplexor

    Take control of Complex DDS Deployments with the CoreDX DDS Multiplexor.

    The CoreDX DDS Multiplexor provides system developers with maximum control over DDS publications and subscriptions, including robust facilities to aggregate, transform, and bridge DDS data.

    The CoreDX DDS Multiplexor can be used to solve complex integration challenges.

    • Bridge DDS data over multiple network segments or DDS Domains
    • Aggregate multiple data sources in to one
    • Transform published data types or QoS

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  • CoreDX DDS Federated Discovery

    Scale your DDS deployments to new heights, even within small, embedded devices with CoreDX DDS Federated Discovery.

    CoreDX Federated Discovery performs the work of discovering all DDS Entities and appropriately communicating those entities to participants based on ‘need to know’. The Centralized Discovery mechanism can scale to very large DDS domains, without the explosion of memory allocation found in Standard Discovery, and still maintain interoperability with any standards-compliant DDS product.

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