Tracealyzer version 4.8 will be released in the first week of June, with major optimizations and improvements for Zephyr RTOS, and support for 64-bit target processors.
Blog – The RTOS Debug Portal
DevAlert 2.0 Brings Full Edge Observability with Core Dumps And More
DevAlert 2.0, a major upgrade to Percepio’s edge observability platform, provides improved diagnostic capabilities, including core dumps for Arm Cortex-M devices. This allows for remote inspection of crashes, errors or security anomalies in full detail.
New features in Tracealyzer 4.7
Tracealyzer® version 4.7 in now available for download and evaluation. This is a big feature update with several new capabilities and major improvements. Observability for any C/C++ software: Percepio’s TraceRecorder library can now be used with any C/C++ software...
RTOS 101: Semaphores and Queues
Using an RTOS, or considering to? Learn about semaphores, mutexes and queues, and how you can visualize task interactions with Tracealyzer.
Tracealyzer v4.6.5 Is Out
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.5 with important updates to the recorder library.
Tracealyzer On the Race Track – Calgary Solar Car
The University of Calgary Solar Car’s software team used Tracealyzer to debug and program their revolutionary car’s battery protect circuit boards (PCBs), including the all-important battery management system board.
The New Frontier for Debugging and Monitoring Edge Devices
Michel Genard discusses the future of debugging at a time when, as Marc Andreessen put it, “software is eating the world.”
Running Tracealyzer 4 on Linux hosts
Learn how to run Tracealyzer 4 on Linux, with requirements and notes on common Linux distributions.
RTOS 101: Performance analysis with Tracealyzer
What is performance for embedded software? Learn about performance metrics, how they can be measured and how analysis is simplified by Tracealyzer.
Tracealyzer 4.6 Is Out
We have released Tracealyzer version 4.6 with a new, modular trace recorder library, and major improvements in the support for Zephyr and ThreadX.
Tracing on the Race Track
Percepio is proud to support the University of Nottingham Race Team in developing the electric vehicle of the future.
RTOS 101: Tasks, Priorities and Analysis
Read about RTOS-based firmware development, the benefits and pitfalls, and how to simplify development with state-of-the-art runtime visualization.