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Streamline performance analyzer for Android application profiling
DS-5 Development Studio 5.29 updates Streamline performance analyzer to version 6.7. To demonstrate the new application profiling features let’s go through the steps to use Streamline on an Android app.
The Importance of a flourishing development tool ecosystem
Ross Bannatyne of VORAGO Technologies
One of the major attractions of adopting the Arm Cortex-M architecture is the healthy ecosystem of hardware and software development tools that support all Arm-based products. Most engineers prefer to have a choice of different options that appeal to...
Configuring The MacchiatoBin For Kubernetes and Swarm
In this post, we show how to configure a Marvell MacchiatoBin for Kubernetes and Docker Swarm.
DS-5 5.29 brings latest IP support, debug improvements and more
Arm’s Development Solutions Group is pleased to release DS-5 v5.29. It includes leading edge IP support and new product features and enhancements, making software development easier and faster.
Using Arm Musca board with DS-5
Arm has released the Musca development platform, a dual-core Cortex-M33 platform and reference platform for the PSA framework. Arm had support for this platform within Keil MDK and now adds similar support in DS-5 5.29.
Running HPC Applications on Arm
For HPC the biggest area of interest for end users is the performance of their real scientific applications. This has 2 main components: does it run correctly; and does it fun fast?
Continuous Integration with Arm Forge
Continuous integration (CI) is used to improve software integration and quality. In this article we are going to show how Arm Forge provides more insight and increases efficiency when combined to CI systems.
Arm Allinea Studio 18.3 is now available with new math routines and FFT improvements
Arm Allinea Studio 18.3 is now available with updated Arm Performance Libraries and improved compilers.
Architecture Agnostic Container Build Systems
In this post, we will show a few real-world examples of how to make a container build system architecture agnostic.
GNU toolchain performance in 2018
2017 and 2018 were big years for the GNU toolchain on Arm. The GCC compiler and glibc C library were greatly optimised for performance. Read on to learn what to expect from the latest releases.
Running bare metal software on the Raspberry Pi 3 using Arm DS-5
This blog explains how to use Arm DS-5 and DSTREAM-ST to run and debug AArch64 bare metal software compiled with Arm Compiler 6 on the Raspberry Pi 3
Understanding Overlay Networks In Cloud Deployments
In this post, we discuss overlay networks in cloud deployments. We will also walkthrough examples of VXLAN and BGP implementations of overlays.
Debugging while you sleep using Arm DDT
Use Arm DDT to debug while you sleep using offline debugging. It provides DDT debugging capabilities without user interaction or using the GUI.
Develop software with the Arm Scalable Vector Extension (SVE) and Arm Fast Models
There are multiple ways to attain the goal of running Linux SVE applications, but one way is to perform the following steps.
Arm Forge and Performance Reports – 18.1.1 available
18.1.1 release for Arm Forge and Arm Performance Reports is available with enhancements to improve the behaviour of Arm DDT debugger and Arm MAP profiler
Changing Exception Level and Security State with an Armv8-A Fixed Virtual Platform
In this blog we will discuss the architectural features of Exception level and Security state in more detail. You may find it easier to download the code
Arm Allinea Studio - 18.2 is now available
We are happy to announce the availability of Arm Allinea Studio 18.2 version with key new enhancements in Compiler and Libraries.
Migrate to Arm Compiler 6 from gcc
Previously there was a reasonably high barrier to change, but Arm tools can now readily consume GNU assembler and C constructs, allowing you to more easily use the highly optimizing Arm Compiler in your existing projects.
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