- Java Alpha release and Alpha pre-release programme
- Key Server - reporting performance update.
- Support for programs containing AVX-512 instructions
Today we are pleased to announce our latest release of Live Recorder 5.2, codenamed Brie.
Version 5.2 of Live Recorder sees the release of an alpha version of our product, for Java application development, alongside a few incremental update improvements.
We are inviting enterprise software development teams, who develop Java software applications, to join our Alpha pre-release program.
We are working towards extending our flagship product Live Recorder, to fully support Java application development in 2020. Our goal, is to set the bar higher by making Live Recorder for Java the most powerful enterprise software diagnosis tool for accelerated debugging of Java applications.
Many of the features, that will make up the new Live Recorder for Java are already in place, while some features are still missing as we are currently working on them. We need your help to iterate on those aspects before the Beta release, and to hammer out any remaining issues.
Why Get Involved?
Firstly, what’s in it for you? If you’re interested in accelerating your application development in the following areas, we can help you:
- Reduce time-to-resolution of software defects
- Make your software more reliable
- Resolve customer issues faster
- Increase CI/ CD software pipeline velocity
- Reducing developer resource spent on bug fixing
It’s easy to get involved. Once you express interest, we will review your candidacy and development challenges with you. Assuming successful suitability validation will send you download instructions to get up and running. All we ask is that you test the product and provide feedback.
Key server reporting performance update
We’re always working hard on continuously improving our existing features. With this release, we’ve improved the reporting performance of our key server for sys admins.
Live Recorder support for programs containing AVX-512 instructions
Live Recorder can now record and replay programs containing AVX-512 instructions. We’ve added support for Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512) instructions, as used by the latest Intel chips. AVX-512 accelerates performance for common software usages such as scientific simulations, financial analytics, artificial intelligence (AI)/deep learning, 3D modeling, image and audio/video processing, cryptography and data compression.
For more information about Live Recorder 5.2
If you'd like to see Live Recorder 5.2 features explained and how we can help your business resolve bugs and software defects faster, contact us