CPU Load Measurement
The complexity of modern embedded applications is increasing at a staggering pace. Advances in multicore technology and embedded SoCs are compounding that reality. Translating complexity into more simple terms while at the same time providing an accurate measurement of how the system is performing provides vital feedback during development.
This webinar discussed CPU Load Analysis, describing the two supported methods:
- No Hardware Trace available: Using Sampling based Profiling
- Hardware Trace available: Using Analyzer Post-Processing
These are two new features implemented in the latest winIDEA 9.21.22.
We demonstrated how the Sampling based Profiling data can be captured and displayed in winIDEA. Furthermore, the iSYSTEM Analyzer Post-Processing feature was used to calculate CPU Load from a recorded Hardware Trace. Other techniques were also discussed to calculate CPU Load like instrumentation-based load measurement and OS-based load measurement using AUTOSAR.
We empower embedded software engineers to do it right!
Our BlueBox Technology stands for fast and easy microcontroller access via any kind of debug interface. Complemented with integrated development and test software winIDEA/testIDEA it provides access to on-target timing information. Embedded software engineers can review application timing, analyze real-time operating system states, and undertake code coverage to prove that their products do what they were built to do.