Our new cloud service for IoT device error reporting, Percepio DevAlert, has been designed from the beginning with security in mind.
Percepio migrated from SVN to Git about a year ago. If you are considering the same switch, we highly recommend it.
It is quite simple to extend Percepio's trace recorder library to work with a new processor. Today's article shows how to do it, using an Intel Nios II soft-core CPU as an example.
Linux is a huge, and very different, beast compared to traditional RTOSes and other platforms we’ve supported with Tracealyzer in the past.
We got the question from a customer if we could host the Percepio License Manager server for them. And we thought – why not? That sounds like a good idea.
Are you using Tracealyzer today but find yourself wishing that we should have added that special missing feature? We hear you: over the next few months we are going to enable embedded and IoT developers to do many things themselves, without having to wait for new releases of Tracealyzer.