At JavaOne 2013,
Firms wishing to analyze and monitor their proprietary code as well may purchase paid licenses of SUM4JVM that provide the same diagnostic functionality across all JVM-based code.
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
Everyone heard about the Facebook IPO flop, but what was its root cause? Well, it was the same thing that caused
Race conditions are a dangerous breed. They are among the hardest faults to diagnose and may lay dormant within software applications causing them to behave unpredictably without notice. Software reliability is something that concerns everyone. Every day our world becomes more irrevocably reliant on the underlying software infrastructure that supports most practical aspects of our lives. Whether banking, medical technology, national security, the software in your car, or the software in your workplace, software makes our modern world go around.
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% 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.
Thinking Software, Inc. provides the industry's leading solution to automatically pinpoint concurrency defects in multi-threaded JVM applications with 0% false positive results. Headquartered in
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