From tiny, embedded FPGAs to custom hardware running in the Cloud, BeetleboxCI brings powerful automated workflows to adaptive computing
FPGA technology relies on deep and comprehensive tests. Ensure that these tests are complete and easily repeatable.
BeetleboxCI is designed to handle fleets of devices simultaneously, meaning multiple tests can run on real hardware simultaneously
FPGAs are unique as their hardware can be updated after deployment. Take advantage with automated pipelines that can configure on the fly.
Run tests, gain performance results and share with the team with unparalleled efficiency. Gain feedback faster and iterate on designs with superior information.
FPGA designs require detailed and comprehensive verification. Don’t let this process slow down your team by providing powerful automation that can efficiently test any changes.
Do not let important files sit on a single engineer’s desktop. BeetleboxCI safely stores large generated files where they can be tracked, traced and accessed by anyone in the team.
Efficient FPGA design is reliant on great management. Pipeline help provide a bird’s eye view of the project and enable engineer’s to see the status of their project at any single moment.
Many developers are concerned about the upfront work that comes from setting up automation. BeetleboxCI is designed for any engineer to be able to pick up and start automating in the same day.
With BeetleboxCI, we strive to make it simple as possible to integrate in the tools and procedures needed to get up running fast. From source control, such as Git, to logic simulation tools.
Tracking what files were generated with a particular software or library is an important, but often overlooked part of FPGA design. BeetleboxCI’s pipelines make it simple to maintain the exact environments used for a design.
BeetleboxCI has a free one month trial. It is also completely free for open source and
BeetleboxCI is the best DevOps platform built specifically for the smart embedded devices.
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