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Product News : Percepio Introduces Tracealyzer for VxWorks and Linux
on 2013/12/4 8:17:33 (573 reads)
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Percepio AB, developer of the world-leading visualization and analysis technology Tracealyzer™, announces new versions of the software targeting VxWorks and Linux. Tracing is a common technique for analysing bugs or performance issues in multi-threaded software systems. Tracealyzer visualizes traces, providing a new level of understanding that allows for faster troubleshooting as well as improved software quality and performance.

Percepio AB now introduces two new members in the Tracealyzer family:
* Tracealyzer for VxWorks visualizes traces from the built-in tracing in Wind River VxWorks and is compatible with all VxWorks versions from v5.5.
* Tracealyzer for Linux visualizes traces from LTTng v2.x, supporting most Linux systems from kernel v2.6.32. Tracealyzer for Linux also supports Wind River Linux 5.

Tracealyzer features over 20 graphical views which are interconnected in intuitive ways, making the visualizations easy to navigate. Several views perform advanced analysis of the trace to improve the visualization and facilitate comprehension. For instance, kernel calls are colour-coded, related events are highlighted and the scheduling visualization can be adjusted in many ways depending on the situation. Percepio AB is a Premium Software Partner of Wind River Systems. Tracealyzer is also available for several other real-time operating systems targeting microcontroller systems, including FreeRTOS, SafeRTOS and Micrium µC/OS-III.

About Percepio AB

Founded in 2009 and based in Västerås, Sweden, Percepio is a developer of highly visual diagnostics tools for embedded and Linux-based software. Their Tracealyzer family provides a new level of insight into the runtime system. The intuitive visualization tool makes it easy for developers to understand, troubleshoot and optimize the software, thereby accelerating embedded software development.

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