Tracealyzer provides an unprecedented level of insight into the runtime world of your embedded software system. Tracealyzer allows you to solve complex software problems in a fraction of the time otherwise needed, develop more robust designs to prevent future problems and find new ways of improving your software performance.Tracealyzer runs on Windows and Linux hosts and is available for target systems running Linux, Amazon FreeRTOS, Arm Keil RTX5, Micrium µC/OS-III, Wittenstein OpenRTOS and SafeRTOS, ThreadX, Wind River VxWorks, On Time RTOS-32, and Quadros RTXC. It is also available for Synopsys OpenVX vision applications.
Percepio Device Firmware Monitor (DFM), a ground-breaking new cloud service for IoT product organizations that provides awareness of firmware problems in deployed devices and speeds up resolution. When a firmware issue has been detected, DFM notifies the developers within seconds and provides diagnostic information about the issue, including a trace for Percepio Tracealyzer. This shows what was going on in the code when the error occurred, making it far easier to understand the problem and quickly find a solution.
Without automatic feedback, you actually rely on your end users to report any issues, a responsibility they have not agreed to. Then you might not hear about the issues until it’s too late, when many customers have already been affected. Moreover, your end users can’t be expected to provide sufficiently detailed information for you to quickly identify and solve the problem. A vague error report like “the screen went blank” may require weeks of guesswork until you find a likely cause, and even then, you still don’t know if really you solved the right problem. Imagine how much troubleshooting time that could be saved if you instead had access to detailed diagnostic information about every issue in the production software.
Percepio DFM is designed to leverage existing secure solutions for cloud connectivity, storage and OTA updates. It initially supports Amazon Web Services (AWS IoT Core) and Amazon FreeRTOS, but support for additional platforms is planned and can be provided on request.