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Different distributed cyber-physical systems must handle a periodic and periodic events with diverse requirements. While existing real-time middleware such as real-time CORBA has shown promise as a platform for distributed systems with time constraints, it lacks flexible configuration mechanisms needed to manage end-to-end timing easily for a wide range of different cyber-physical systems with both aperiodic and periodic events. The primary contribution of this work is the design, implementation and performance evaluation of the first configurable component middleware services for admission control and load balancing of a periodic and periodic event handling in distributed cyber-physical systems. Empirical results demonstrate the need for, and the effectiveness of, our configurable component middleware approach in supporting different applications with a periodic and periodic events, and providing a flexible software platform for distributed cyber-physical systems with end-to-end timing constraints.