Vortex Link

Vortex Link Documentation

Vortex Link Documentation Vortex Link extends the OpenSplice domain beyond the limits of the network. It provides discovery and routing services which allow different networks to communicate with the DDS domain. This allows data to be routed beyond the LAN and into the WAN and the internet transparently. Vortex Link is  part of the Vortex […]

What is Vortex Link?

Vortex Link is the ubiquitous and universally accessible ‘Internet Service’ for sharing data between Vortex-enabled applications. Vortex Link can be deployed on public or private clouds, it is elastic, fault-tolerant and highly scalable. Vortex Link can be deployed in any subsystem (typically a LAN) to allow all DDS applications to share data with other DDS […]

Can you subscribe from one network interface and publish on another?

With our current community-edition (V6.7), you unfortunately can’t configure multiple DDSI-services in a single ‘standalone-application’ (also called a ‘single-process‘ deployment mode, which is the deployment model supported by our community edition). Our commercially supported versions include the ability to deploy applications in a so-called ‘federated deployment‘ mode where a set of applications share a single […]

Known Issues In Vortex Link

New releases of Vortex Link are made available on a regular basis. This page lists all the known issues in the current version of Vortex Link. You may also want to read  Fixed Bugs and Changes in Vortex Link Please note that Vortex Link was previously two different products – Vortex Cloud and Vortex Fog. […]

Fixed Bugs and Changes in Vortex Link

New releases of Vortex Link are made available on a regular basis. This page lists all the bug fixes and changes in the different versions.   Please note that Vortex Link was previously Vortex Cloud and Vortex Fog. They have been merged into one product with the same feature set. Release History Fixed bugs and […]