Tracealyzer for SEGGER embOS / embOS-Trace

>>Tracealyzer for SEGGER embOS / embOS-Trace
Tracealyzer for SEGGER embOS / embOS-Trace2016-11-08T22:16:41+00:00

Tracealyzer gives an unprecedented insight into the run-time world of SEGGER embOS systems. Solve problems in a fraction of the time otherwise needed, develop more robust designs and find new ways to improve your software’s performance.

Embedded software often has a complex behavior, where small changes may cause unexpected behaviors. Efficient development of embedded software therefore requires a good insight into the runtime behavior.

Percepio embOS-Trace, the Tracealyzer for SEGGER embOS, visualizes the runtime behavior of your embedded software through 25+ graphical views that complement the code-level debugger perspective with the “big picture”. The views are interconnected in clever ways and are intuitive to use. You may have used a tracing tool before, but this is visualization on a new level. The runtime insight gives several benefits in debugging, validation, profiling, training and documentation that increases development efficiency. See what our customers are saying.

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Percepio embOS-Trace is designed for use with SEGGER J-Link debuggers and allow for continuous trace streaming on any J-Link debugger, for essentially unlimited durations. All you need is a SEGGER J-Link/J-Trace debug probe, an updated version of SEGGER embOS (version 4.06b or later) and our trace recorder library, included in the embOS-Trace installation.

Percepio embOS-Trace uses software-defined trace, which makes it robust, flexible and easy to use. The events are written to a target-side RAM buffer (a few KB), and then extracted by the SEGGER J-Link debugger via live memory reads, without interfering with executing system. The transfer is very fast and robust.

With the increasing complexity of embedded software, runtime visualization is becoming a ‘must-have’ in the developers’ toolbox. Percepio offers an amazing visualization tool that without doubt will be very useful for many embedded developers.”

Dirk Akemann, Partnership Marketing Manager, SEGGER.