Wednesday 27th January 2021 – 10am EST / 3pm GMT / 4pm CET
“During our R&D phases, uncovering and rectifying software bugs with efficiency and accuracy is essential to achieving key project milestones. We have stringent deadlines to meet and if something goes wrong, we need to fix it quickly!”
In this first quarter of the 21st century, the impetus in the aerospace industry to innovate faster and better has never been greater, for the competition has never been fiercer.
No project team relishes a delay in a critical software project; but that needs to be balanced with the need to make the software system demonstrably robust. In every software project, defects are found that are corner cases and prove challenging to isolate and therefore rectify. At times, engineering teams may spend too much time and effort in root-cause investigations of defects whether in code, the operating and/or test environment.
How, for instance, can an engineer identify with certainty whether an identified problem was or was not in the software backend part of the project? If it is, how quickly can the root-cause be identified keeping the investigation time to an absolute minimum.
Software Failure Replay is already widely adopted in data management, networking, and electronic design automation to reduce the Mean Time to Fix by up to 10x. This enables reliable software / innovation to reach the market faster, whilst reducing overall engineering costs. The overriding effect is a gain in competitive advantage.
In this webinar, you will learn:
• What Software Failure Replay is and how it works
• How Software Failure Replay makes defect fixing predictable through a systematic repeatable debugging workflow
• How you can capture and resolve intermittent failures that cannot be caught any other way
If your organization needs to build reliable software at pace, then this webinar is a must-attend!
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