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Test Management 5.0: Extending testing to Android, security and beyond

By Ido Sarig Today we announced the latest  version of Wind River Test Management, which takes software test optimization to the next level.  With this release, we have unified our testing solutions for VxWorks, Linux and Android under one umbrella. All the capabilities of Wind River Framework for Automated Software Testing (FAST), our solution for Android compatibility testing, have now been…

Teaching Networking using Simics

By Jakob Engblom Wind River Education Services provides user training for a variety of topics, including Wind River operating systems and tools, as well as more general topics like networking. Training always includes hands-on labs, which can complicate logistics for training sessions. Shipping boards and configuring networks is time-consuming and error-prone. For that reason, we are looking into using Simics as…

Using Static Analysis to Improve Product Quality, Earlier and Cheaper

By Bill Graham Fixing bugs is expensive. Fixing bugs is more expensive the later you leave them, in fact, its been shown to cost a magnitude higher with each major phase of development. The famous defect cost chart from Capers Jones shows the cost of a bug going from $25 at the coding phase to $16,000 in development.  Not only that,…

Teaching Operating Systems with Simics: An Interview with Massimo Violante

By Jakob Engblom Wind River Simics has been used in teaching for as long as I have been aware of Simics. Indeed, my first contact with Simics was when it was used in a graduate computer architecture course at Uppsala University in Sweden. In that course, we modeled cache hierarchies and replacement strategies with Simics and measured the performance results.…