Akamai Selects Parallocity’s ZVM-U Dynamic Software Analysis Framework ZVM Software Leveraged for Defect Detection in Regression Test and Production Environments Business Wire SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- March 5, 2013 Parallocity, a key player in the Automated Software Quality (ASQ) industry and provider of the Zeus Virtual Machine® (ZVM) Dynamic Analysis Framework for automated defect detection and code analytics, today announced that Akamai Technologies, Inc., the leading cloud platform for helping enterprises provide secure, high-performing user experiences on any device, anywhere, has licensed ZVM-U for software defect detection during development as well as on production servers used in Akamai’s Intelligent Platform for online business management. The ZVM Dynamic Analysis Framework forms the core Parallocity’s ZVM-U and ZVM-K products. ZVM is unique in the industry because it incorporates a compiler front-end to analyze an application’s source code before producing an instrumented image for runtime analysis. This Intelligent Instrumentation™ process enables ZVM to make smart decisions about which data structures to monitor during application execution. As a result, ZVM-instrumented applications run orders of magnitude faster in a fraction of the memory footprint than applications instrumented with traditional dynamic analysis tools. ZVM typically requires just 10% to 20% more system memory during runtime and ZVM’s impact on application performance is just 1.2X to 5X compared to slowdowns of 20X to 300X for traditional dynamic analysis tools. “Parallocity’s ZVM-U error detection framework will be a useful tool in helping Akamai continue to deliver high-quality end-user experiences for our customers,” stated Eric Crawley, Senior Director, Web Experience Engineering at Akamai Technologies. “Because ZVM-instrumented images are so fast and memory efficient, we can run them selectively on our production servers to find errors that would have otherwise been very difficult to detect.” Akamai’s Intelligent Platform manages the underlying complexities of running an online business, from device and format proliferation, to application and network security, to performance and reliability issues. The Platform is made up of over 127,000 servers deployed in 81 countries, which are all controlled by Akamai software that constantly monitors Internet conditions.“From the start we designed ZVM to work in the regression test environment. That meant incorporating algorithms and heuristics to enable ZVM to scale without creating a major drag on performance or significant memory bloat,” stated Himanshu Shukla, CTO of Parallocity. “Today we have customers running ZVM seamlessly on a range of platforms from small, embedded devices with just 64MB of system memory all the way up to powerful many-core platforms with 72GB of memory running complex applications with millions of lines of code and dozens of concurrent processes.” ZVM is also unique in the industry because it incorporates algorithms and heuristics that are thread schedule agnostic and timing independent. As a result, ZVM can find data races, deadlocks, and stalls in complex multi-threaded code with high precision. Further, because it is a runtime tool, ZVM reports memory errors and memory leaks with 100% accuracy and zero false positives. As such, developers can easily identify the root causes of reported defects and fix them quickly. “We are pleased with Akamai’s selection of ZVM-U to improve the quality of their cloud-based platform and their end-user experience,” stated Shekhar Ambe, CEO of Parallocity. “Akamai’s use of our technology in its production environment shows the power of ZVM-U in finding hard-to-detect errors and under circumstances that no other tool in the industry can replicate.” About Parallocity Parallocity is a key player in the $2B Automated Software Quality (ASQ) industry. Its Zeus Virtual Machine (ZVM) Dynamic Analysis Framework automates the detection of hard-to-find concurrency defects, memory errors, and memory leaks while providing comprehensive analytics for highly complex, single- and multi-threaded applications, loadable kernel modules, and device drivers. For more information please visit www.parallocity.com. Parallocity is a trademark and Zeus Virtual Machine is a registered trademark of Parallocity, Inc. and may be used only with permission and proper acknowledgement. All other brands, product names, and trademarks are property of their respective owners. Contact: Parallocity, Inc. David Cowan, 408-396-3100 email@example.com
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