|Re: Overlap between PTP and DSTP-Target Management? [message #566470]
||Mon, 13 June 2005 13:29
| Greg Watson
Registered: July 2009
Thanks for the heads up - unfortunately I didn't see this until too late
to join your conference call.
We definitely have an interest in remote services. Off the top of my
head, there are at least five areas that are going to require some kind
of remote support:
1. building a parallel application - usually the application (and almost
always the libraries required to build the app) reside on a machine that
is different from that running Eclipse
2. launching a parallel application, which will almost always be on a
3. debugging a parallel application on a remote machine
4. data collection for performance analysis and other kinds of tools
5. data management, in order to provide input data for an application
and collect output data after an application has completed
I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss this with you in more detail.
Martin Oberhuber wrote:
> The DSDP-Target Management project has been launched to create a common
> framework for maintaining connections to remote computer systems as well as
> basic actions on these systems that happen before launching (reservation of
> shared systems, download, resource monitoring, inventory).
> While the main focus of DSDP is embedded targets, we believe that much of
> the functionality planned for target management will be usable by larger
> scale systems as well. We would be glad to get in contact with someone on
> PTP to discuss potential overlaps or synergies. The Parallel Launch that was
> discussed in PTP might be such a point of overlap.
> To get into the subject, the Project Creation Review Slides on
> http://eclipse.org/proposals/eclipse-dsdp/index.html have a very nice slide
> on Target Management. Note that while the web link still suggests a
> proposal, DSDP has been accepted by the Eclipse Board as a top-level project
> in the meantime. For deeper information, the Use Cases posted on the
> eclipse.dsdp newsgroup describe the project in more detail.
> Interested parties are cordially invited to join the eclipse.dsdp newsgroup
> and participate in the first Target Management conference call which is to
> be held on Monday, June 13 at 9:00 am PST (details are on the newsgroup).
> Martin Oberhuber, Wind River Systems
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