The New Simics: Where DevOps Meets Cybersecurity
The simulation tool used by embedded development teams worldwide for security testing and enabling DevOps has been upgraded. The latest release of Simics is now available and features key enhancements in these areas:
Better performanceSo you can get more done in less time
New consolesGiving you greater system insight
Updated instrumentationMaking it easier to inspect and collect information on the execution of the target system
To get the details about these new features and more, take a look at this blog.
Simics simulates systems—from the smallest to the most complex—so you can adopt new development techniques that are simply not possible with physical hardware. By moving from physical hardware to a virtual lab, embedded software teams can revolutionize crucial aspects of their processes, enabling them to deliver better software faster.
Make continuous integration and DevOps possible for embedded development. Access secure virtual hardware—anytime and anywhere—at a fraction of the cost of physical hardware labs, and make use of collaboration tools to help teams build quickly and efficiently.
Make use of a digital twin to test complex systems while automating tests that would be costly and difficult with physical hardware. Streamline and improve complex test, integration, and release processes, and incorporate automation where physical hardware automation would be difficult or impossible.
Test security vulnerabilities in a safe and controlled environment. Before and after deploying, thoroughly test relevant security scenarios in a virtual lab.
The Path to DevOps
Simics enabled us to grow our automation by 12,000% and we can now fix bugs 90% faster. Watch the video to find out how the Wind River engineering team uses Simics in-house to make DevOps and CI/CD a reality.
Seven Development Tasks Simics Makes Better
By offering a virtual alternative to physical hardware, Simics greatly increases engineering efficiency, lowers development costs, and makes new Agile approaches possible.
From experimenting and testing to configuration and communication—learn the seven key ways Wind River customers are using Simics to improve a host of tasks within their embedded software development processes.
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Simics Brings Agile Practices to Embedded Software
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Staging for the Real World
View an infographic illustrating how Simics can help you design and test new software in a virtual sandbox before live deployment.
Supported Platforms and Targets
Review the list of target devices, operating systems, and processor architectures that can be simulated using Simics.
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Wind River Simics
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Wind River Simics
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Agile, Continuous Practices and DevOps
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System Architecture Exploration Using Wind River Simics
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