We write open source tools and libraries to help you scale your application on massive multi-core systems, meet real-time constraints and identify faults.
We actively develop and maintain many open-source software projects.
LTTng (Linux Trace Toolkit: next generation) is a kernel and application tracer for Linux. It gathers information about applications and important system events to help diagnose application, library and operating system misuses.
We contribute to and maintain parts of the Linux kernel,
namely the tracepoint instrumentation API, the
system call, and we actively work on
Sequences and CPU Operation Vector) system calls.
The Common Trace Format (CTF) is proposed as a trace format that suits the needs of the embedded, telecom, high performance, and kernel communities.
barectf (from bare metal and CTF) is a generator of tracers (ANSI C) which produce Common Trace Format data streams.
Babeltrace is a trace reader and converter engine. It is a reference implementation of the Common Trace Format (CTF).
The Userspace RCU library (liburcu) is a highly scalable LGPL synchronization library providing very low overhead and linearly scalable read-side synchronization, as well as efficient data structures based on RCU and lock-free algorithms.
At EfficiOS, our main goal is diminishing the amount of time our customers spend identifying faults. We also enable our customers's applications to scale on massive multi-core systems, and to meet real-time constraints. We do so by implementing open-source tools, libraries, and by contributing to the Linux kernel.
We offer development, support, and training services related primarily to our projects.
We help our customers tailor our open-source software to their needs through our development services.
We help customers use our software through commercial support agreements.
We offer training to help customers configure our software according to their deployment constraints.
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