Percepio Tracealyzer vs. Selector Analytics

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Percepio Tracealyzer
Score 7.7 out of 10
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Tracealyzer® lets embedded software developers dive deep into the real-time behavior with the goal of speeding up debugging, optimizing performance and verifying software timing. Requiring no special hardware, Tracealyzer uses software instrumentation to record software event traces. This can be streamed to the host application views or kept in target RAM until requested. This is enabled by its trace recorder library, refined since 2009 and provided as open source. Tracealyzer…N/A
Selector Analytics
Score 7.4 out of 10
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Selector employs machine learning and NLP-driven, self-serve analytics to provide access to actionable insights. Selector Analytics uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to conduct three essential functions and provide actionable insights to network, cloud, and application operators. Collect: Selector Analytics collects any data (including configurations, alerts, metrics, events, and logs), from various heterogeneous data sources. For example, Selector Analytics may…N/A
Pricing
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Editions & Modules
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Offerings
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Percepio TracealyzerSelector Analytics
Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
NoNo
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeOptional
Additional DetailsTracealyzer can be evaluated free of charge for a limited time. Registering for evaluation on the Download page for a time-limited single-user license offers full functionality. This can’t be extended using the automated form. For more evaluation time, support@percepio.com can provide assistance. Note: Evaluation licenses are for EVALUATION only and may not be used for real issues in commercial projects.
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User Ratings
Percepio TracealyzerSelector Analytics
Likelihood to Recommend
7.7
(5 ratings)
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User Testimonials
Percepio TracealyzerSelector Analytics
Likelihood to Recommend
Percepio
This is a perfect tool to debug complex bugs in your system, especially in regards to inter-task communication. It is also a great tool for beginners, as the documentation is accessible and the support given by the company is excellent
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Selector
Selector Analytics has proven very useful for our SRE and DevOps teams. It addresses our concern of being able to monitor network health and gives good analytics for our needs. It also helps with problem identification quickly so that we can resolve any potential issues. Getting an idea of network health allows us to identify potential problems beforehand, and we can take measures to fix them.
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Pros
Percepio
  • Great visualization
  • Sometimes awkward views (vertical vs horizontal)
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Selector
  • Network Health Monitoring.
  • Realtime Actionable Insights.
  • Identifying ways to fix problems.
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Cons
Percepio
  • It's not always easy to include/integrate Tracealyzer in the OS build. It would be nice to have a simple install/plug n play method for our target.
  • Sometimes, the .bin files from Tracealyzer don't always work and we don't know why
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Selector
  • Dashboard Customizations would be good to have.
  • Integration with tools such as Slack.
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Alternatives Considered
Percepio
While we started using uCOSIII for our simpler microcontroller products, we also use QNX on more complex targets (full microprocessors) and it is a much more complex platform offering event tracing, memory tracing, and performance measures that are extremely good and integrated. More importantly these tools are fully integrated without any code changes. Tracealyzer is not integrated as much into uCOSIII like QNX's tools, debugger, etc. But, going thru the manual work of adding Tracealyzer to the build, it did help us get to a shippable product.
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Selector
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Return on Investment
Percepio
  • Positive: We were able to find some thread priority issues with Tracealyzer.
  • Positive: we were able to see timing of events in the sw/hw that we couldn't otherwise see.
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Selector
  • Helped us identify problems faster.
  • Insights to identify ways to prevent future problems.
  • Helps us resolve problems faster.
  • Reduced our server costs - as we know when to scale up and when to scale down.
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