0 provides a high-performance middleware layer optimized for mission-critical applications, enabling customers to expose CORBA application functions as services within service-oriented architectures.
What does CIDL stand for?
CIDL stands for CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) Interface Definition Language
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 5 other meanings of CIDL in our Acronym Attic
- Centre d'Information et de Documentation Jeunesse (French)
- Centre d'information et de Documentation Jeunesse (French: Centre for Information and Documentation for Youth)
- Central Illinois Disc Jockey Association
- Catholic Institute for Development Justice and Peace (Nigeria)
- Committee for Internally Displaced Karen People
- Canadian Initiative on Digital Libraries
- Capability Interface Defintion Language
- Center for Independent and Distance Learning (University of Oklahoma; Norman, OK)
- Component Implementation Definition Language (programming)
- Configuration Item Data List
- Centre d'Investigation et de Documentation sur l'Oralité (French: Center for Investigation and Documentation of Orality; Tananarive, Madagascar)
- Coalition of Interior Designers for Legislation in Ohio, Inc.
- Cubic Interference Detection and Location Technology
- Canadian Institute for Development Management
- Capital Investment Decision Model (US DoD)
- Center for International Development and Conflict Management
- Certified Insurance Data Manager
- Cisco Intrusion Detection Module
- Collaborative Identity Management
- Community-Initiated Decision-Making
Samples in periodicals archive:
Distributed middleware conforming to the Object Management Group's (OMG(TM)'s) language-neutral CORBA specification is well established as a technology for integrating diverse systems and is used extensively for mission and business critical applications in many industry sectors such as defense, telecommunications and manufacturing.
IONA's CORBA Customer Council is intended to provide a venue for the exchange of industry experiences and best practices for customers that wish to both maintain and extend their Orbix investments to support next generation Service Oriented Architectures (SOA).
Experts will explain how CORBA(R) works with the Model Driven Architecture(R) and Web Services, and describe the variety of distributed applications that rely on CORBA today, ranging from small real-time and embedded systems to large enterprise-level servers working in telecommunications, finance, government, manufacturing, and other domains.
Business Editors/High-Tech Writers BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 9, 2003 OpenFusion e*ORB C-RT Edition now provides real-time, ultra low footprint embedded CORBA Solution for JTRS Software Defined Radio (SDR) designers on DSP platforms PrismTech, a leading vendor of distributed software infrastructure, today announced that the very small size of its new OpenFusion e*ORB C Edition (CE), and especially OpenFusion e*ORB C-Real-Time (RT) Edition, now enables it to deliver a minimum, real-time CORBA and POSIX compliant middleware solution to users of Digital Signal Processor (DSP) environments such as Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Software Defined Radio (SDR) efforts.
The new Deployment and Configuration specification for the CORBA Component Model standardizes the mechanisms for deploying CORBA Components, and the UML Testing profile allows test procedures to be specified using UML.
A mapping of the CORBA GIOP protocol to SCTP will serve the telecommunications industry, and an update of the SECP protocol to version 1.
Richard Soley, OMG's Chairman and CEO, outlining CORBA's sustained growth and future standardization plans, followed by a presentation from industry analyst Karen Larkowski of The Standish Group, on the state of CORBA in the marketplace.