Thinking Software makes software reliability solution free for open source

By : |September 23, 2013 0

CUPERTINO, USA: Thinking Software, Inc. announces that its recently introduced SUM4JVM, the industry leading dynamic code analyzer for concurrency defects, will now be made free for open source projects.

Developers working with open source will now have an unmatched solution to automate the root cause analysis of every race-condition and deadlock experienced by their application with 0 per cent false positive results.

Allowing SUM4JVM and its diagnostic capabilities to proliferate freely within the open source community will shift software reliability forward industry wide. Software professionals will now have a free comprehensive solution to address one of the toughest pain points in the industry, concurrency issues.

                                 

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Thinking Software created the solution to be used by leading software developers, vendors and users who seek to perpetually increase the reliability of their mission-critical applications. The company is debuting its solution of SUM4JVM for Open Source, to over 10,000 attendees at San Francisco’s 2013 JavaOne conference on September 23.

The “Software Understanding Machine for Java Virtual Machine” (SUM4JVM) is the industry’s first tool that automatically diagnoses and pinpoints the locations of every Race Condition and Deadlock experienced by any JVM-based application (up to 50+ implementations of 28 languages), and does so with 0 per cent false positive results.

Man hours spent painstakingly conducting root cause analysis may now be eliminated. Faults that have a potential to cause systems to fail or generate incorrect results, and in some cases, take weeks or months to diagnose, can now be caught and analyzed instantaneously in development, test or production.

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