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  • Arachne
    Arachne is a full featured CORBA implementation bundled with an optional layered toolkit for portable C++/CORBA GUI software development.
  • CORBA::MICO
    CORBA::MICO is a Perl interface to the MICO ORB. Its most distinctive feature is that it is completely dynamic.
  • CORBA::ORBit
    CORBA::ORBit is a Perl binding for ORBit. It is based on code from an earlier module CORBA::MICO.
  • Fnorb
    Fnorb is a CORBA 2.0 ORB written in Python (with a small bit of C code for marshalling and parsing). Fnorb gives the Python programmer access to the wonderful world of CORBA. It supports all CORBA 2.0 datatypes (including Any's) and provides a full implementation of IIOP.
  • MICO
    MICO is a mature, secure, robust, fully standards-compliant implementation of the CORBA standard. It is available as GNU open source software and is widely used (see success stories) for robust application integration.
  • micoe
    micoe is a complete CORBA implementation in Eiffel that can be used in courses and software labs.
  • MidWay
    MidWay is a SRB (Service Request Broker). A SRB is very similar to a ORB, but has a couple of very important differences. MidWay have no objects, so It is completely stateless. It works by function passing, not method passing.
  • MPSIDL
    MPSIDL is a Message Passing System, reminiscent of IDL but not as heavyweight.
  • omniEvents
    omniEvents enables CORBA applications to communicate through asynchronous broadcast channels rather than direct method calls. The server runs on Windows, and most Unixes. It is a small, efficient implementation of the Object Management Group's Event Service specification designed to work with omniORB.
  • omniIFR
    omniIFR is an Interface Repository for omniORB, a CORBA Object Request Broker for C++ and Python. The CORBA Interface Repository stores information about the types and interfaces used in a CORBA system, so they may be queried dynamically at run-time.
  • OpenORB
    OpenORB is an Open Source implementation of the CORBA specification defined by the Object Management Group.
  • ORBacus
    (commercial) Orbacus is a source available CORBA 2.5 implementation that has been deployed around the world in mission critical systems in the telecommunications, finance, government, aerospace and transportation industries.
  • ORBit
    ORBit is a CORBA 2.4-compliant Object Request Broker (ORB) featuring mature C and Perl bindings. Bindings (in various degrees of completeness) are also available for C++, Lisp, Pascal, Python, Ruby, and TCL; others are in-progress. It supports POA, DII, DSI, TypeCode, Any, IR and IIOP.
  • ORBit-C++
    orbitcpp is a project to develop C++ bindings for the ORBit CORBA ORB.
  • ORBit-mt
    ORBit-mt is a multi-threaded ORB built on top of ORBit.
  • SOAP to CORBA bridge
    SOAP to CORBA bridge is a generic translation of SOAP requests to CORBA method invocations and vice versa.
  • SPyRO
    SPyRO is a multilingual Object Request Broker (ORB). SPyRO uses the most efficient available connection between peers to minimize the costs of transport and parsing in the communication. SPyRO provides transparent and translucent remote object access.
  • TAO
    TAO is a CORBA V2.3 compliant, C++ ORB (Object Request Broker). It features a portable architecture, wide platform support and is Open Source.
  • TUCAN
    TUCAN is an api for abstract messaging that is written in C++ and built on top of CORBA.



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