ecal - eCAL - enhanced Communication Abstraction Layer

  •        247

The enhanced Communication Abstraction Layer (eCAL) is a middleware that enables scalable, high performance interprocess communication on a single computer node or between different nodes in a computer network. eCAL uses a publish - subscribe pattern to automatically connect different nodes in the network. Visit the eCAL Documentation at 🌐 http://ecal.io for more information.

http://ecal.io
https://github.com/continental/ecal

Tags
Implementation
License
Platform

   




Related Projects

Aeron - Efficient reliable unicast and multicast transport protocol

  •    Java

Aeron is an efficient reliable unicast and multicast transport protocol. The Aeron protocol is designed to be run directly over many different types of transmission media, including shared memory/IPC, InfiniBand/RDMA, UDP, TCP, Raw IP, HTTP, WebSocket, BLE, etc.

i3ipc-python - An improved Python library to control i3wm.

  •    Python

An improved Python library to control i3wm. i3's interprocess communication (or ipc) is the interface i3wm uses to receive commands from client applications such as i3-msg. It also features a publish/subscribe mechanism for notifying interested parties of window manager events.

Luxun - A high-throughput, persistent, distributed, publish-subscribe messaging system based on memo

  •    Java

A high-throughput, persistent, distributed, publish-subscribe messaging system based on memory mapped file and Thrift RPC.

tcpshm - A connection-oriented persistent message queue framework based on TCP or SHM(shared memory)

  •    C++

When using TCP to transfer data, sent out messages are not guaranteed to be received or handled by the receiver, and even worse, we often get unexpected disconnections due to network issues or program crash, so efforts have been made on recovery procedure to ensure both sides are synced. TCPSHM provides a reliable and efficient solution based on a sequence number and acknowledge mechanism, that every sent out msg is persisted in a send queue until sender got ack that it's been consumed by the receiver, so that disconnects/crashes are tolerated and the recovery process is purely automatic. And as the name implies, shared memory is also supported when communicating on the same host, and it provides the same API and behavior as TCP(so whether TCP or SHM underlies the connection is transparent to the user), but it's more than 20 times faster than TCP on localhost(However TCP is still 3 times faster than ZeroMQ IPC, see Performance). The shared memory communication is based on A real-time single producer single consumer msg queue.

NSQ - A realtime distributed messaging platform in Go

  •    Go

NSQ is a realtime distributed messaging platform designed to operate at scale, handling billions of messages per day. It promotes distributed and decentralized topologies without single points of failure, enabling fault tolerance and high availability coupled with a reliable message delivery guarantee. It scales horizontally, without any centralized brokers. Built-in discovery simplifies the addition of nodes to the cluster.


protobuf-c - Protocol Buffers implementation in C

  •    C++

This is protobuf-c, a C implementation of the Google Protocol Buffers data serialization format. It includes libprotobuf-c, a pure C library that implements protobuf encoding and decoding, and protoc-c, a code generator that converts Protocol Buffer .proto files to C descriptor code, based on the original protoc. protobuf-c formerly included an RPC implementation; that code has been split out into the protobuf-c-rpc project. protobuf-c's mailing list is hosted on a Google Groups forum. Subscribe by sending an email to protobuf-c+subscribe@googlegroups.com.

emitter - High performance, distributed and low latency publish-subscribe platform.

  •    Go

Emitter is a free open source real-time messaging service that connects all devices. This publish-subscribe messaging API is built for speed and security. Emitter is a real-time communication service for connecting online devices. Infrastructure and APIs for IoT, gaming, apps and real-time web. At its core, emitter.io is a distributed, scalable and fault-tolerant publish-subscribe messaging platform based on MQTT protocol and featuring message storage.

RawRabbit - A modern .NET framework for communication over RabbitMq

  •    CSharp

RawRabbit is a modern .NET framework for communication over RabbitMQ. The modular design and middleware oriented architecture makes the client highly customizable while providing sensible default for topology, routing and more. Documentation for version 2.x of the is currently found under /docs.Set up strongly typed publish/subscribe in just a few lines of code.

MMWormhole - Message passing between iOS apps and extensions.

  •    Objective-C

MMWormhole creates a bridge between an iOS or OS X extension and its containing application. The wormhole is meant to be used to pass data or commands back and forth between the two locations. Messages are archived to files which are written to the application's shared App Group. The effect closely resembles interprocess communication between the app and the extension, though true interprocess communication does not exist between extensions and containing apps. The wormhole also supports CFNotificationCenter Darwin Notifications in an effort to support realtime change notifications. When a message is passed to the wormhole, interested parties can listen and be notified of these changes on either side of the wormhole. The effect is nearly instant updates on either side when a message is sent through the wormhole.

Faye - Simple pub/sub messaging for the web

  •    Javascript

Faye is a set of tools for simple publish-subscribe messaging between web clients. It ships with easy-to-use message routing servers for Node.js and Rack applications, and clients that can be used on the server and in the browser. It is based on the Bayeux protocol.

DDAD - Dense Depth for Autonomous Driving (DDAD) dataset.

  •    Python

DDAD is a new autonomous driving benchmark from TRI (Toyota Research Institute) for long range (up to 250m) and dense depth estimation in challenging and diverse urban conditions. It contains monocular videos and accurate ground-truth depth (across a full 360 degree field of view) generated from high-density LiDARs mounted on a fleet of self-driving cars operating in a cross-continental setting. DDAD contains scenes from urban settings in the United States (San Francisco, Bay Area, Cambridge, Detroit, Ann Arbor) and Japan (Tokyo, Odaiba). The DDAD depth challenge consists of two tracks: self-supervised and semi-supervised monocular depth estimation. We will evaluate all methods against the ground truth Lidar depth, and we will also compute and report depth metric per semantic class. The winner will be chosen based on the abs_rel metric. The winners of the challenge will receive cash prizes and will present their work at the CVPR 2021 Workshop “Frontiers of Monocular 3D Perception”. Please check below for details on the DDAD dataset, notebook for loading the data and a description of the evaluation metrics.

yarp - YARP - Yet Another Robot Platform

  •    C++

YARP is a library and toolkit for communication and device interfaces, used on everything from humanoids to embedded devices. Regular YARP builds use the ACE library. On Linux and macOS, YARP can be compiled without ACE by adding -DSKIP_ACE=TRUE when running cmake.

OpenCV examples

  •    

Sample project for interprocess image sharing. Using OpenCV and Boost. Server : Capture image from webcam and write image to shared memory region. Client : Read image from shared memory and imshow the image.

node-ipc - Inter Process Communication Module for node supporting Unix sockets, TCP, TLS, and UDP

  •    HTML

a nodejs module for local and remote Inter Process Communication with full support for Linux, Mac and Windows. It also supports all forms of socket communication from low level unix and windows sockets to UDP and secure TLS and TCP sockets. This work is licenced via the DBAD Public Licence.

doorman - Doorman: Global Distributed Client Side Rate Limiting.

  •    Go

Doorman is a solution for Global Distributed Client Side Rate Limiting. Clients that talk to a shared resource (such as a database, a gRPC service, a RESTful API, or whatever) can use Doorman to voluntarily limit their use (usually in requests per second) of the resource. Doorman is written in Go and uses gRPC as its communication protocol. For some high-availability features it needs a distributed lock manager. We currently support etcd, but it should be relatively simple to make it use Zookeeper instead.The Doorman master server remembers all clients that currently have capacity and whenever a client asks for capacity it inserts the clients request into its memory and runs the algorithm to figure out what this client should get.

carma-platform - CARMA Platform is built on robot operating system (ROS) and utilizes open source software (OSS) that enables Cooperative Driving Automation (CDA) features to allow Automated Driving Systems to interact and cooperate with infrastructure and other vehicles through communication

  •    C++

CARMASM advances research and development to accelerate market readiness and deployment of cooperative driving automation, while advancing automated driving technology safety, security, data, and artificial intelligence. It encourages collaboration and participation by a community of engineers and researchers to advance understanding of cooperative driving automation using open source software (OSS) and agile project management practices. CARMA is a reusable, extensible platform for controlling SAE level 2 connected, automated vehicles (AVs). It provides a rich, generic API for third party plugins that implement vehicle guidance algorithms to plan vehicle trajectories. It is written in C++ and runs in a Robot Operating System (ROS) environment on Ubuntu. The platform can be reused on a variety of properly equipped vehicles. Migration has begun from the ROS 1 framework to ROS 2.

Hornetq - Enterprise messaging

  •    Java

HornetQ is the new ultra high performance enterprise grade messaging system from JBoss community. It is a multi-protocol, embeddable, very high performance, clustered, asynchronous messaging system. It offers server replication and automatic client failover to eliminate lost or duplicated messages in case of server failure. It also provides a comprehensive management API to manage & monitor servers.

sharedhashfile - Share Hash Tables Stored In Memory Mapped Files Between Arbitrary Processes & Threads

  •    C

SharedHashFile is a lightweight NoSQL key value store / hash table, a zero-copy IPC queue, & a multiplexed IPC logging library written in C for Linux. There is no server process. Data is read and written directly from/to shared memory or SSD; no sockets are used between SharedHashFile and the application program. APIs for C, C++, & nodejs. Data is kept in shared memory by default, making all the data accessible to separate processes and/or threads. Up to 4 billion keys can be stored in a single SharedHashFile hash table which is limited in size only by available RAM.

ActiveMQ

  •    Java

Apache ActiveMQ is the most popular and powerful open source messaging and Integration Patterns provider. Apache ActiveMQ is fast, supports many Cross Language Clients and Protocols, comes with easy to use Enterprise Integration Patterns and many advanced features while fully supporting JMS 1.1 and J2EE 1.4.

Laharsub: a message server for real time web applications

  •    Javascript

Laharsub makes it easy for web applications to organize internet scale message exchange using a publish/subscribe pattern. AJAX or RIA applications running in a browser can create topics, publish, and subscribe to messages in a topic using REST APIs exposed by a .NET WCF service.






We have large collection of open source products. Follow the tags from Tag Cloud >>


Open source products are scattered around the web. Please provide information about the open source projects you own / you use. Add Projects.