Aerospace and defense

Deliver reliable and robust systems at pace with LiveRecorder

Building mission-critical systems that cannot fail - on time and on budget - comes with its challenges.

Thankfully, LiveRecorder's Software Failure Replay platform can help you:

  1. Resolve software defects faster by speeding root cause analysis
  2. Ensure software resilience and robustness according to strict standards
  3. Deliver high-profile projects on time and avoid SLA penalties

Industry Challenges

There's no room for error when building infrared imaging sensors, aircraft monitoring systems, satellites, or threat-warning systems. The backend software systems on which these rely on have got to work - first time, every time. 

When defects crop up, development is blocked and releases can't go live. Failing tests must be resolved. But the inability to reproduce defects can be a big issue. And because test rigs sit in a secured environment, system engineers will not discover their test failed 10 minutes after leaving the building ... until the next day when they are back in the office. Hugely frustrating and a serious waste of time.

Worse, when problems arise, engineers can easily spend 100% of their time on root cause analysis. 

The solution

Build a reliable system at pace with Software Failure Replay

LiveRecorder is the Software Failure Replay platform that reduces time to resolution of software bugs by eliminating the guesswork in defect diagnosis.

With LiveRecorder, software engineers no longer need to waste time trying to reproduce a bug. They just record the failed process down to instruction level (capturing bugs in the act) and get an exact copy of what the failed process did at any point in time. The result is a 100% visibility into what the program did and why.

How it works

Record Replay Resolve

Traditional methods of software debugging rely on the ability to reproduce software failures, which can be costly and take huge amounts of time. LiveRecorder simply records ‘what happened’.

All events, interrupts, memory allocation, changes to disk contents, user inputs, and device output are added to the recording. A recording provides a carbon copy of what occurred - no need to spend time reproducing the problem! With the recording, system engineers can efficiently zero-in on the problem bug using LiveRecorder's reverse-debugging capability.

Key Benefits

Build reliable and robust software at pace

Deliver quality software

Resolve difficult-to-reproduce software defects in test. Deliver resilient and robust software that can be confidently be deployed in the field.

Innovate faster and deliver on time

Accelerate software defect root cause detection, avoid new iterations, and deliver your project on time - without risking expensive SLAs penalties.

Boost engineering productivity

Cut down MTTR of software defects and increase team productivity

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