OpenDDS is an open source C++ implementation of the Object Management Group (OMG) Data Distribution Service (DDS). Java applications can use OpenDDS through JNI bindings. OpenDDS was developed and open sourced by Object Computing. We welcome community contributions to the project. Commercial support is also available; see the support page for more information.

Latest News

DDS In The Real World: DDS Foundation Inaugural Event

Join us on Wednesday, March 20 at the OMG Technical Meeting in Reston, VA (Washington, D.C. area) for a special event introducing the DDS Foundation.

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OpenDDS 3.13 with DDS Security for VxWorks

Version 7 of VxWorks introduced the VSB Layer system for adding components to the target build. As a Wind River partner, Object Computing provides packages including host tools (tao_idl, opendds_idl) and Layers for ACE, TAO, and OpenDDS. These packages include OpenDDS 3.13 with DDS Security for VxWorks Real-Time Processes.

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OpenDDS Support for IDL-to-C++11

The latest in-development OpenDDS version now optionally uses the OMG IDL-to-C++11 specification for generating C++ code from the IDL you write for defining DDS Topic data types.

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OpenDDS CMake Module

Support for using CMake to build applications has been added to the latest development version of OpenDDS. There are example applications in the repository in addition to documentation to help get started.

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Releases

OpenDDS 3.13.1

Download OpenDDS-3.13.1.zip (Windows)

Download OpenDDS-3.13.1.tar.gz (Linux/Solaris/MacOSX)

Previous Releases:

Release notes for all previous releases can be found in the NEWS file.