In order to convince the upper management to use omniORB or indeed any Open Source Software, it is useful to be able to point to a page which lists some projects that have used the software successfully. Moreover, "who's using it and for how long?" is not a bad metric to compare a product's robustness and the likelihood of future support among various implementations.

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AT&T Laboratories- Cambridge

Project

various

Description

We wrote the original versions of omniORB. The ORB has been under development since 1996. It is the software backbone for our research projects, e.g. the broadband phone and sentient computing. These systems are part of our office environment and we use them all the time. The ORB had better be very robust or we cannot use the phone! (AT&T Laboratories Cambridge closed on 24 April 2002.)

Contact

omniORB team <omniorb@omniorb-support.com>

1 Spatial (formally: Laser-Scan Ltd), Cambridge. GIS Data Engineering.

Project

Gothic Web Mapper.

Description

1 Spatial is a GIS software vendor, specialising in large scale data re-engineering, that provides mapping software to the GIS industry, in particular the national mapping agencies of European Countries (including Ordnance Survey). The Web Mapper project provides the ability to serve quality maps and charts over the Internet. We are using OmniORB to provide a CORBA server for our OO-API, thus allowing customers to write their client applications in any language they desire.

Contact

Seb Lessware <seb.lessware@1spatial.com>

AbiliSoft

Project

Various products including Monitor-The-Monitor, MA and TKM.

Description

AbiliSoft provides Server and Application monitoring systems to monitor: large monitoring implementations (Monitor-The-Monitor), mid-tier and enterprise environments (MA and TKM). We use omniORB as essential middleware that underpins our distributed management and analysis applications and provides high performance agent-to-manager communications.

Contact

David Charles <dave@abilisoft.com> http://www.abilisoft.com

Adobe Systems, Inc.

Project

Acrobat Messenger 1.0

Description

Messenger is software that turns a PC and scanner into a multi-user walk-up "scan-to-PDF" station. It is implemented by multiple processes on an NT platform (including a Java GUI and Acrobat as a scanned document previewer), all in inter-process communication with each other via CORBA (omniORB2.8.0 for the C++ components, ORBacus for the Java components). Documents can be delivered from the Messenger station via e-mail, or "Expressed" to a user's desktop directly if the user has installed the small "Express Client" (which runs an omniORB-based servant). The list of Express Clients is managed at the Messenger station by omniNames. Messenger stations are now deployed throughout Adobe worldwide and are by far more popular than fax machines. We have been in development with omniORB since Spring 1998, and released shrink-wrap product in February 2000. Without CORBA, it would have been much (MUCH!) longer.

Contact

Ken Feuerman <kfeuerma@adobe.com>

Agilent Technologies

Project

CellOpt AFP and MDA

Description

The cellopt AFP is a mobile network frequency optimization tool, to help operators plan their networks. We use CORBA between client(GUI) and server, and also between server-help processes. We also use the CORBA NamingService omniNames to easily locate available servers on the network. MDA is a tool for gathering and processing measuring data for the AFP and uses CORBA between client(GUI) and server. Have been using omniORB for a couple of years.

Contact

Tobias_Eriksson@agilent.com

Akio Solutions

Project

Akio Mail Center

Description

Akio Mail Center is the mail equivalent of a telephone call center. A pool of operators are working simultaneously on a set of mailboxes. OmniORB is used to distribute some heavy processes such as the AI engine and some search engines on multiple computers. We also developed a very efficient distributed document storage system. We have been using omniORB since v3.0, it is very standard compliant and very efficient.

Contact

Guillaume Schmid <gschmid@akio-solutions.com>

American Family Insurance

Project

CFR

Description

Project to move billing functionality to a common system, while continuing to run complex insurance calculations on the original C++ system. While it was not billed as an SOA, it supports all of the requirements for that architecture.

Contact

R. Klein <roy at fscoi dotcom > and M. O'Keeffe <michaelok at gmail dotcom >

Andago VirtualOffice S.L.

Project

Andago Game Platform

Description

A game platform distributed all over the world requires a huge amount of queries and actions taken into the system. Multiple objects such as players, matches, games, servers, teams, tournaments and constraints are shared between several servers and client interfaces scattered around the Internet, making the localization transparent to the user. We use omniORB and omniNames service, to maintain all those objects alive and linked to each other, distributed according to geographical, language or QoS criteria.

Contact

http://www.andago.com

Applied Microsystems Corporation

Project

CodeTEST 3.0

Description

In Q4/2000 we replaced an existing C++ (MFC and X) GUI with a combination of C++/Python/CORBA/Java/Swing, in order to have an identical code base across Windows, Linux and Solaris. Python allows our users to automate collection of data (besides being an enjoyable language to develop in :-). omniORB and omniORBpy have been an excellent choice for this product (in this developer's opinion), and we are using it in new product development also.

Contact

http://www.amc.com

ARC Seibersdorf research GmbH

Projects

MMS Multi-Media Storage

Description

high performance multi-media storage system esp. for long term video data

Contact

[http://www.arcs.ac.at] / C. Steindl. [mailto:christian.steindl@arcs.ac.at]

Berlin Project

Project

[http://www.berlin-consortium.org/ Berlin Windowing System]

Description

Berlin is a windowing system derived from Fresco. It is based on a persistent scene graph with server-interpolated high color/spatial resolution and server-side UI components. It exposes scene manipulation and component manufacturing interfaces through CORBA. Its somewhat unusually fine-grained object model and its use of colocation make speed as well as memory footprint extremely important factors.

Contact

Stefan Seefeld <stefan@berlin-consortium.org>

Broner Metals Solutions Ltd.

Project

Caster Scheduler & Hotmill Scheduler

Description

Dedicated scheduling tools designed to meet the unique and complex scheduling needs of continuous casters & hot strip mills. We use omniORB for comms between win32 clients and Unix servers, and [http://omnievents.sf.net/ omniEvents] for asynchronous messaging.

Contact

Alex Tingle <alex.tingle AT bronermetals.com> [http://www.bronermetals.com/]

Canamá Panal

Project

Fenicius and Qalomehf

Description

CP uses omniOrb for its management applications in small and medium company. At the begining CP used omniOrb-2.8.0 and nowadays uses then version of omniOrb 4.0.3

Contact

info@canama.net, http://www.canama.net

Computel Standby BV / www.nederland.net

Project

NBS

Description

NBS is the management system for managing all internet accounts and related resources of www.nederland.net. All customer and account data is under control of this system. The main user interface for NBS is the NedCenter website.

Contact

http://www.nedcenter.nl/ (Access is restricted though) - steffann@nederland.net

Conaxo

Project

Axxento

Description

Axxento is a distributed Content Management System and Document Management System, hosting an own OODBMS as well as wrappers to legacy RDBMS. Written in C++, it embeds a PKI infrastructure, domain partitioning, role-based access control, strong authentication (smart cards or soft-tokens) and encrypted communications by means of a dedicated OmniORB transport. Session propagation by signed tokens and interceptors. Database files can be DES-encrypted. Database storages are tuned for huge contents, implementing fully distributed transactions with automatic recovery, full/incremental backup, mirroring, logical/physical distribution, versioning and enterprise locking. The db can store/index anything which could be represented in CORBA IDL. A Windows-style registry with editor keeps per-domain config data. The entire system is modelled through UML and ported on Windows, Linux, Aix, Solaris.

Contact

Renzo Tomaselli <info@conaxo.com> / [http://www.conaxo.com]

Coweaver Ltd.

Project

SONs5116C (2002. 10.1 ~ 2002. 12.31)

Description

EMS(Element Management System) for 51M bps Optic Multiplexer. The CORBA client which is accessed by Hanaro. Inc. is IONA's Orbix E2A ORB. [http://www.iona.com/]

Contact

[http://www.coweaver.co.kr] / J.D. Lee. [mailto:jdleegui@hitel.net]

Coweaver Ltd.

Project

E2MUX (2003. 1.1 ~ 2003. 3.31)

Description

EMS(Element Management System) for E1/E2 Multiplexer. The CORBA client which is accessed by KTF. is VisiBroker ORB. [http://www.borland.com/bes/visibroker/]

Contact

[http://www.coweaver.co.kr] / J.D. Lee. [mailto:jdleegui@hitel.net]

DoD HPCMO Project Model Coupling Environmental Library

Project

Ste

Description

Model Coupling Environmental Library (MCEL) is a distributed model coupling framework which uses a data-flow approach for solving the problem of distributed numerical models sharing coupling information. MCEL has been applied in the arena of geophysical modeling for weather prediction, hurricane prediction and environmental impact studies. More information is available at (http://attica.ssc.usm.edu:8008/)

Contact

matt@mail.ssc.usm.edu

The Danish Bibliographic Centre & DBC Media

Projects

Danbib Integra Bibliotek.dk

Description

library systems, and danbib with 14 million bibliographic records and about 28 million locations

Contact

[http://www.dbc.dk/top/top_general.html]

Dassault Aviation/Axlog Ingénierie/PROLEXIA

Project

Athéna

Description

Athéna proposes a framework to rapidly build simulation for different applications area (space, aeronautic, submarine, ...). It uses a concept of distributed objects and use omniORB as one of its ORB for this distribution.

Contact

Bruno Patin <bruno.patin@dassault-aviation.fr>, <Jean-Francois Tilman <jft@axlog.fr>, Stéphane Nicolas <athena@prolexia.fr>

DMS Group Ltd.

Project

DMScp

Description

Distribution Management System (DMS) implemented in cross platform fashion. CORBA/omniORB and C++ used to achieve this goal. More information is available at http://www.dmsgroup.co.yu

Contact

http://www.dmsgroup.co.yu/contact.htm

Dynamica AS

Projects

Dynamic Simulation, Control and Data Acquisition

Description

omniORB has been one of our favourite tools for more than a decade. Typical use is to isolate, or protect if you will, the application cores from various graphical user interfaces and ad-hoc clients. Platforms include Linux and occasionally Windows, Languages are C++ and Java. We have been extremely impressed by the quality, flexibility and performance of omniORB.

Contact

info@dynamica.no

focuseek

Project

focuseek searchbox (http://www.focuseek.com)

Description

focuseek searchbox is the packaged version of our search software platform. It is composed of a search engine and a content gathering system that allow to easily build indexes of your documents. The software is based on distributed components (even if they run on the same machine, the workload distribution framework is in place) that talk using omniORB. Packages are available for Windows and Linux, more platforms will come. We choose omniORB for its portability, speed and stability (running a platform that moves gigabytes of data 24/7 is not a joke) that outperform even commercial products. Thanks to all the omniORB developers out there!

Contact

Sandro Tolaini <sandro@focuseek.com>

Ghent University (Belgium)

Project

Network Management

Description

As a university, we use omniORB in various research projects since the end of 1998, especially in the field of network management, where various network management components are communicating with each other via CORBA. Also to let JAVA GUIs talk to the C++ servers. A.o. the European IST research project HARMONICS (Hybrid Access Reconfigurable Multi-Wavelength Optical Networks for IP-based Communication Systems, http://www.ist-harmonics.net) uses omniORB for its network management architecture. Its speed and compliance to standards are very important !

Contact

Brecht Vermeulen <brecht.vermeulen@rug.ac.be>

Grad-Soft, Ltd.

Project

ModCbroker

Description

OmniORB is supported as one of ORB for ModCbroker - apache module which provide CORBA API for Web applications.

Contact

Ruslan Shevchenko, rss@gradsoft.kiev.ua, http://www.gradsoft.kiev.ua/eng/Products/cbroker/cbroker.html

Hahn-Meitner-Institut Berlin / Experiment Systems

Project

CARESS

Description

system to control neutron scattering experiments. data aqcuisition, computing and visualisation

Contact

[http://www.hmi.de]

HepSource Project

Project

[http://hepsource.org/omnicomp/ OmniComp]

Description

HepSource aims at creating a framework of quality C++ and Python objects for high energy physics computations. OmniComp allows to accelerate CPU-intensive computations in high energy physics through distributed execution on PC farms, workstation clusters and/or multi-processor machines through an intuitive system that is easy to install and use. It is built on omniORB's high-performance, open-source CORBA implementation.

Contact

Nikolas Kauer <nkauer@acm.org>

HERMES SoftLab d.d. (Slovenia)

Project

Data archival system software

Description

omniORB is used in several data archival (HSM) products on Linux, Windows and HPUX platforms.

Project

Internal educational programme

Description

We are using omniORB in internal trainings to teach concepts and basics of CORBA and distributed computing.

Contact

[http://www.hermes-softlab.com], info@hermes-softlab.com

H.E.S.S. Telescope System

Project

DAQ of the H.E.S.S. Telescope System

Description

The H.E.S.S. (High Energy Stereoscopic System) Cherenkov telescope system situated in the Khomas Highland of Namibia is designed to study the non-thermal universe. It consists of four 10m telescopes taking images of Cherenkov air showers induced by very high energy gamma-rays in the upper atmosphere at a rate of ~400 Hz resulting in a data rate of ~6 MB/s. Additionally the system consist of a variety of auxiliarly system for telescope movements and atmosphere monitoring etc. The central data aquisition system consists of a linux PC farm with ~40 nodes. All data transport and inter-process-communication of the data aquisition system is done with omniORB.

Contact

Christian Stegmann <stegmann@physik.uni-erlangen.de> [http://www.mpi-hd.mpg.de/hfm/HESS/]

ISTRICE project

Project

Istrice

Description

Istrice allows a client to assign the compilation of a C/C++ source file to a remote server throughout the mediation of a Master Server. It is an implementation of a distribuited compilation environment under Unix systems. Using the ISTRICE environment you can distribuite the compilation across a set of 'friend' computer around the network, reducing the compilation time and system load of a slow or busy computer.

Contact

http://istrice.sourceforge.net

Kefta Inc. (San Francisco, CA, USA)

Project

Workflow process tracking engine

Description

We use omniORB to implement a workflow tracking engine in Python. Python's ability to manipulate code like data, somewhat like Lisp but with much more pleasant syntax, combined with omniORB's efficiency, is invaluable to us as it allows us to rapidly code and deploy new functionality

Contact

Fazal Majid <fmajid@kefta.com>

Marconi, Plc.

Project

Distributed HDL Simulation Tool

Description

OmniORB and omniNotify are being used to create a distributed HDL simulation for large scale hardware systems involving many ASICs and HDL models. By distributing the event-driven HDL simulation, very large simulations that don't scale in the traditional single address space model are feasible. OmniORB is used to drive the distributed event passing for Mentor Graphics' ModelSIM HDL simulator. Using omniORB simplified the architecture of the system and of course makes it platform independent.

Contact

matthew.white@marconi.com

Marconi Mobile, Tetra

Project

Ste

Description

Distribuited Tetra network simulator. The ORB is used for connect the servers that control hardware to the simulator itself. The simulator simulates a real Tetra network for load/debugging/not regression use. It is a critical real time use.

Contact

luca.tricerri@marconi.com

Medplan AS Architects

Project

Intranet/Extranet

Description

We use OmniORB for several uses in our company. One is a in-house developed plug-in for Autocad that automatically transfers data from drawings to an Oracle database when users edit the DAK drawings. From this database statistics and reports about the project are generated. Several application servers that serve Java clients (Orbacus) are written in OmniORB. OmniORB also serves as the mean for partners accessing our database over the internet. We are simply impressed with the stability, speed and robustness of OmniORB, and it will be the main technology for our future networking/application servers.

Contact

rcs@bgoark.no

Metasolv Inc

Project

Service Activator

Description

Service Activator is the world's first fully automated solution for delivery of IP services across global networks. Using our intelligent, policy-based rules engine, Service Activator generates a detailed model of the network enabling innovative IP-based offerings to be translated into the complex device-specific configuration commands needed to activate the service in real time in the network, removing the current bottleneck caused by the requirement for manual intervention. MetaSolv is the only company that gives its customers the means to achieve profitable revenue growth from innovative IP offerings today. CORBA and omniORB provide the distributed communication framework for the Service Activator software components.

Contact

http://www.metasolv.com

Neurosoft Ltd / www.neurosoft.pl

Project

Neurosoft Gram (http://gram.neurosoft.pl)

Description

grammatical analysis system for Polish language

Contact

Aleksander Wlodarczyk <olek at neurosoft dot pl>

OpenComm do Brasil Ltda.

Project

OpenComm Agent

Description

We are developing a CallCenter system that integrates with some telephony switches. We have deployed the system to some customers and implemented JTAPI( Java Telephony Api ) using CORBA and C++, as the desing of that API is real good. We are using omniORB to allow the each computer to control the state of calls, and to be monitored in real time by the callcenter supervisors.

Contact

http://www.OpenComm.com.br

Parkeon / Transport

Project

Contactless ticket vending machine (mass transit)

Description

omniORB 4 is the middleware from which we built an original framework at the core of our software architecture. All server components publish both an administrable interface and (at least) a metier interface. We chose omniORB for several reasons: recommended by our trainer (Olivier Gutknecht / LIRMM) and by one of our customers, already used at Schlumberger (our former company, see somewhere above), designed to target C++ and Python sources, fast, and finally free.

Contact

Regis Desgroppes <rdesgroppes at parkeon dot com> or Mike Andrzejewski <mandrzejewski at parkeon dot com>

PRE Solutions, Inc

Project

Knology Integration

Description

PRE Solutions is a leading provider of POSA and PIN delivery solutions for the prepaid cellular industry. Knology is a service provider in the southern USA (telephone, internet, cable). We leveraged our POS locations to allow Knology customers to pay their bills. We used Omniorb to integrate with an Orbix 3.3.4 server. See www.presolutions.com for more company info.

Contact

DViggiano@PreSolutions.com

Press Association

Project

Press.Net

Description

Press.Net aggregates pictures and articles that are then syndicated to news organisations, publishers and so on. The articles are created by PA as well as a number of third parties such as government agencies and press release providers, and number several thousand a day. The system provides a number of delivery mediums and a search interface via the web, based on an event driven architecture. OnmiORB provides the support for publishing and subscribing to events for the C++ code, while JacORB provides similar support for the Java code.

Contact

[http://www.pa.press.net/]

Quantum Chamaeleon

Project

tSNet

Description

tSNet is a tool for distributing rendering of animations using trueSpace by Caligari (http://www.caligari.com). The omniORB CORBA is used as the communications layers between the controlling process and the render nodes. The selection of omniORB has proven to be a good one, being very robust, fast and easy-to-use. Given all the supported platforms, I would never hesitate to recommend omniORB as the means to enable client-server communication.

Contact

Lars Nilsson, http://www.quantumchamaeleon.com

Rockwell Collins

Project

Various Embedded Targets

Description

Various custom embedded projects using OmniORB, including VxWorks, MontaVista Linux, GNU/Linux, LynxOS, and Win32 platforms using x86 and PowerPC processors, in configurations of up to nine separate CPUs with gigabit interconnects. Integration with other open-source and commercial ORBs including ACE/TAO, ORBExpress, and eORB.

Contact

Nate Goergen <nsgoerge1_AT_mile10DOTCOM> [http://www.rockwellcollins.com]

Rubix Information Technologies, Inc (RIT)

Project

TRADE - Telecommunications RAD Environment

Description

TRADE is a RAD platform for developing / deploying Telecomm applications on the Excel Switching Corp (EXS/CSP) switching platform. CORBA is used to interconnect the multiple modules of TRADE.

Contact

http://www.rubixinfotech.com - renny.koshy(at)rubixinfotech.com

Schlumberger WesternGeco

Project

Land Seismic Data Acquisition

Description

The process of acquiring seismic data involves a number of acquisition and processing systems deployed on several platforms. All of these contribute to and read from a common attribute store. We are using omniORB to implement the communication between the application systems and the data store. Interesting attributes of solution include a hetrogenous environment (Solaris, Win2K, AIX, C++, Java) and quite high datarates. So far omniORB has been a solid package for us.

Contact

Truls Arnegaard <arnegaard@slb.com>

Sensis Corporation / Corporate Ventures

Project

Crystal Shield

Description

Distributed security system that provides a strong security enforcement layer placed between enterprise data and the potential producers and consumers of that data. Capable of performing Identity & Access Management across multiple security domains. [http://www.crystalshield.net/]

Contact

[http://www.sensis.com] / <info@sensis.com>

Space Telescope Science Institute

Project

OPUS, HST Data Management System

Description

Science observation data taken by the Hubble Space Telescope (and other missions) are processed at STScI using the OPUS data processing system (http://www.stsci.edu/resources/software_hardware/opus). Some processing tasks are written in Python and use omniORBpy to communicate with the OPUS servers.

Contact

OPUS Development <opushelp@stsci.edu>

Start Amadeus GmbH (Lufthansa Group)

Project

Splitting up of legacy application

Description

Our major application is a huge switch linking most german travel agencies to just about all providers of travel-related bookable services at a rate of up to 600 end-user transactions a second. It is becoming unwieldy at 3 million lines of code in a PL/I-similar language on Fujitsu-Siemens BS2000 mainframes. Thanks to the Posix-libraries we have ported omniORB and are going to use it for internal communication after splitting up this monolith into maybe 10-15 programmes. Some of these may then be moved to Unix.

Contact

Daniel Pfeiffer <Daniel.Pfeiffer@Start.de>

Technilog

Product

S.A.F

Description

S.A.F is a software product dedicated to DNC and technical data management and distribution between CAD/CAM products and NC machine tool. It includes a powerful communication subsystem with multiple drivers that enable S.A.F to download and upload NC programs and tool correctors to all kind of machines, from BTR to last generation, network-connected ones. Machine status and alarms can also be acquired and sent to production monitoring systems or supervision systems. We use OmniORB as the core communication subsystem. We have chosen it for its compliance to CORBA standard and for its ability to run under Unix as well as Windows. It enables S.A.F to be a modular, fast and reliable client-server application, separating user interface from data processing to allow permanent machine monitoring.

Contact

contact@technilog.com

Tektronix, Mobile / WAN Protocol Analyzers

Project

Remote Operation for Communication Protocol Analyzers

Description

Tektronix builds high-end communication protocol testers. For remotely operating the machines via CORBA, we tested a number of ORBs. OmniORB proved to be fast, easy to install on different platforms, and of high quality. Our customers can now build their own protocol testing applications, based on open standards.

Contact

Faride Akretch <faride.akretch@tek.com>

Telkom South Africa

Project

Intranet

Description

We are using Corba for our intranet development and infranet billing system. We used to use orbacus, but licensing became quite an issue. We looked into Mico, but it wasn't thread enabled. Omniorb was suggested to us by F. Hensley and implemented by W. Brown. It has proven itself to be the best ORB out there, and it's free!

Contact

Warren Brown <warren@scully.xfiles.za.org>

Teradyne, Inc., Broadband Test Division

Project

Celerity

Description

Celerity is a telecommunications testing platform containing some off-the-shelf and some in-house software and hardware. Our customers use it mainly for phone line fault detection and XDSL pre-qualification. We came to use omniORB 3.0.3 to replace the previous Orbix ORB because we, currently, are only using CORBA for IPC on individual platforms. We like its flexibility in designing the interface between a C++ world and the more string-based world of our production systems (CLIPS). We are not yet taking advantage of the distributed architecture services. We are, though, using the Naming Service. We hope to use CORBA in the future to tie together other Linux-based platforms with our Solaris network.

Contact

richard.hardgrave@teradyne.com

Thomson Corporation Switzerland AG, DataStar

Project

DataStar StarLinks

Description

To provide electronic links to fulltext documents from journal publishers and aggregators for the online information service DataStar, the DataStar webserver in Switzerland as well as applications from the online information provider Dialog in the USA are accessing several services provided by a distributed CORBA/omniORB environment, which are able to generate links to fulltext sources, either by knowing rules to build the links or by querying the CrossRef DOI database.

Contact

erich siffert, erich_siffert@dialog.com, http://products.dialog.com/products/datastarweb/ejournal

Thomson Multimedia Broadcast Solutions

Project

Film Imaging Products (http://www.thomsonbroadcast.com -> Film Imaging)

Description

We are developing hard- and software products for the high-end film postproduction industry. Software-wise we are dealing with applications that do high bandwith (image-)data transportation and processing on SGI platforms (IRIX / MIPSProC++ 7.3 / no python). The various software products are deployed as client/server applications. When we started cross-integrating components between our projects we replaced the various proprietary client/server protocols with CORBA (i.e. omniORB) in Q1/2001. It was a wise move that made our life much easier.

Contact

Henning Schmidt <SchmidtH@THmulti.com>

Tideway Systems Ltd

Project

Tideway Foundation

Description

Tideway Foundation provides an up-to-date trusted view of exactly how components of the IT infrastructure support the business across all technology layers. It contains agentless technology to discover hardware and the software running on it, and intelligent application mapping techniques to understand what the software is doing, and how it supports the business. omniORB is used to connect the major components of Foundation together. Tideway Systems Ltd was co-founded by omniORB's maintainer, Duncan Grisby.

Contact

Duncan Grisby <duncan@tideway.com> http://www.tideway.com/

Voxco Group, inc. - Montreal

Project

Call centre office and telephony system

Description

We use CORBA for communication bettween Telephony system and the local or remote agent to distribute agent works around the world. We also use OmniOrb and CORBA for distribution and broadcast of all statistics about the call centre and telephony system to supervisor and/or monitor. Since 1999 we chose OmniOrb 2.8 as our ORB and we never regret it

Contact

Olivier Thiboutot <olivier.thiboutot@voxco.com> http://www.voxco.com/

xmlBlaster- Message Oriented Middleware

Project

various

Description

We use omniORB to connect C++ clients to our open source Java based message oriented middleware server xmlBlaster. I personally prefer omniORB as it is small, reliable and fast.

Contact

http://www.xmlBlaster.org

Zeta Associates, Inc.

Project

System Integration and Maintenance Infrastrcuture

Description

Whole-system O+M, configuration, domain, presentation, and user/security framework on omniORB and Sun's JDK.

Contact

http://www.zai.com

Vimpelcom Ltd. - International Telecom Company

Project

Monitoring of large distributed computer system

Description

Hosts resources consumers monitoring (CPU, memory, ORACLE resources consumption), identifying remote (causing resources consumption) consumers

Contact

Andrey Denisov <adenisov@beeline.ru>, http://www.beeline.ru

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