Parasoft and Lattix Inc. come together to improve safety-critical testing of embedded software

Association helps embedded safety-critical software development firms to develop and test applications more efficiently and achieve compliance soon

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ParasoftA leading international player in automated software testing for more than three decades, Parasoft has announced a collaboration with Lattix Inc.

The coming together of the two companies combines Parasoft C/C++test’s automated software testing tool suite and Lattix Architect, which provides a fast, visual representation of an application’s architecture for quality enforcement and continuous compliance.

Software delivery pipeline automation coupled with Lattix expert services provides embedded safety-critical software development organisations a scalable, stable and comprehensive DevOps workflow.

Software architecture

This partnership seamlessly enables teams to manage software architecture, software quality, and drive testing to comply with safety-critical standards.

Dave Hauck, Director of Embedded Sales at Parasoft, said, “I am ecstatic about this partnership because of the huge efficiency gain for software teams.

Until now developers bore a significant burden of determining if software changes would cause unwanted quality, safety, or security issues. Those issues can include undesirable architectural deviations, static code analysis violations and test regression failures, or drops in structural code coverage.”

He added that the new Lattix and Parasoft integration now prevents degradation of quality at each commit in the CI/CD pipeline through a streamlined DevOps enabled process.

Lattix can offer services to optimize a variety of CI/CD platforms, such as GitLab, using the combination of Lattix Architect and Parasoft C/C++test to improve software delivery.

These offer the ability to customise the CI/CD pipeline. Customers gain from custom DevOps integrations and tailored DocOps output to meet industry standards that require specific reporting formats such as ISO 26262 for the automotive industry.

(With inputs from Automotive Lead Research Team)

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