VectorCAST/C++

C and C++ Unit and Integration Testing

VectorCAST/C++ is a highly automated unit and integration test solution used by embedded developers to validate safety and business critical embedded systems. This dynamic test solution is widely used in the avionics, medical device, automotive, industrial controls, railway, and financial industries.

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VectorCAST/Ada

Ada Unit and Integration Testing

VectorCAST/Ada is a dynamic software test solution that automates Ada unit and integration testing, which is necessary for validating safety- and mission-critical embedded systems.

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VectorCAST/QA

System Test Automation/Code Coverage

One of the greatest challenges faced by software groups is reducing time to market for new functionality. Most groups have a backlog of new features that are waiting for release. The bottleneck is often the time that it takes to run a full suite of system tests on a candidate release; often days or weeks. Long test times mean that tests are run late in the release cycle after weeks of changes have been integrated, and often identify blocking defects which cause release delays and unhappy customers. VectorCAST/QA allows team members to collaborate on test activities, shorten test times, and provide up to date metrics on release readiness.

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Using VectorCAST/Analytics

Quality Metrics

Software Quality and Testing Completeness are linked. You cannot have quality without complete testing. For groups that want to improve quality, the hardest question to answer often is: “where do we start?” VectorCAST/Analytics helps answer that question by making it easy to gather and publish key, “where are we today?” quality metrics.

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VectorCAST/Lint

Static Analysis

VectorCAST/Lint is a static source code analyzer that performs module based or whole-program source code analysis on C and C++ codebases and automatically identifies problems at their source, prior to compilation. VectorCAST/Lint helps developers find programming errors and other defects earlier in the software development cycle, prior to any dynamic testing.

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