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Foundation :: Internet Applications :: Tempest

Tempest

Embedded, Real-Time Server Software

Tempest logo Moderators:
David York
Total downloads from Open Channel to date: 27
source code available SOURCE CODE AVAILABLE

Tempest was created to provide Internet/Intranet connectivity to real-time, embedded applications. The Tempest was the first HTTP server of its kind for real-time embedded systems. Tempest has been ported to the Java Version offered on this site. An embedded Web server, like Tempest, is the key element in Embedded Web Technology (EWT). EWT is a unique marriage of World Wide Web technology and Emmbedded Systems technology.

Winner of a NASA Award! Tempest is a 1998 NASA Software of the Year Award Winner!

In addition to many standard Web functions, Tempest has the following features:

  • Custom dynamic HTML tags for snapshot views of the real-time operating system and application events, customized Web pages by user
  • Command line options, ASCII configuration files, logging, debugging, and ID/pw security.
  • Java version of Tempest runs on a wide variety of operating systems, desktop and embedded.

In addition to many standard Web functions, Tempest, VxWorks version, has the following features:

  • VxWorks version of Tempest currently runs on Motorola 680x0 and PowerPCs.
  • Runs as prioritized task under multi-tasking kernels. Intranet transactions have been clocked at 3-4 msecs.
  • Compact footprint, as small as 34 KB, necessary in real-time software.

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