Ellexus is the place to turn to when developing custom scripted builds or solving problems with your EDA flow infrastructure. The company's flagship product, Breeze is a unique script development and system tracing tool. The tool examines your software and scripted builds and shows you the information in a number of different ways in order to reduce the amount of time you spend reading code. It is designed to help expert users achieve their goals more quickly by automatically recording and documenting scripted systems and complex software flows for sharing or debugging.
Ellexus was founded in early 2010 in Cambridge, UK by Dr Rosemary Francis, using technology developed with Cambridge University. The technology is designed to understand your software and scripted builds in order to reduce the amount of time reading code.
Since then the team has grown and Ellexus has released a tool to help manage the custom scripted flows needed to manage EDA builds and the IT infrastructure that surrounds them. Breeze is currently proving to be a success in the EDA and IT industry. Technology
Ellexus mixes code analysis with system analysis to build a complete picture of your system. This can then be filtered and displayed as an interactive dependency graph, time line profile or in a report format. Breeze is able to trace all the files read, all the files written and the flow of information. The dependency graph gives an interactive instance view of everything you need to know. You can filter out libraries, tool configuration or source files. Key benefits of using Breeze
Scripted flow documentation and development:
- Understand a new system quickly by tracing the data flow graphically
- Develop code quickly in a variety of languages with automatic code linting and programming tips
- Automatically document your new flow or documents existing technology for new team members
- Automatically check dependencies in your build
- Trouble shoot complex builds by examining call arguements and environement variable at any point
- Move between phsysical systems easily by comparing the trace of the old and new system for differences
System tracing and examination:
- Audit your in house software to detect obsolete dependencies or to check its compliance with your codes of practice
- Access the potential of information leaks in security-critical software by tracking the temporary files created