Sixth International Conference on Advances in Computing, Control and Networking - ACCN 2017
Author(s) : DONG-SEONG KIM, JIN-YONG IM, SUNG-HUN KIM
This paper investigates an overall performance of virtualization schemes for a distributed combat system. The analyzed results can be used to enhance design approach for a naval combat system virtualization environment. An integrated ship computing environment for distributed combat systems needs a seamless operation environment. In such a case, hardware resource is constructed considering over load when naval combat system is constituted. Virtualization environment construction is tried for solving problems such as assets overinvestments, etc. However, previous researches focus on virtualization structure research, without what is a suitable virtualization scheme for naval combat systems. Therefore, this paper evaluates available functions and performance through message transmission in a Data Distributed Service (DDS) environment. Experimental results show that performance of each virtualization scheme messages response time.