A set of software utilities used to perform an operation. For example, in program development, the toolchain to turn source code into a working machine language program includes a compiler, assembler, linker and debugger.
Incorporation of cutting-edge breakthroughs such as microprocessors with digital signal processing, continuous-wave and pulse-echo algorithms, closed toolchain for configuration and simulation, and so on are providing the much-need fillip to vehicle anti-theft system market.
Disparate and disconnected tools and processes within, across and beyond the DevOps toolchain also get in the way of the organization treating software delivery as a core business process and enabling value creation efforts to create maximum business impact.
Building on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, the industry's most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform, these technologies are designed to weave together critical integration and messaging capabilities with a cloud-native toolchain to provide a unified end-to-end experience, from design to development, deployment and management.
Technology is an enabler [for adoption], so we selected the best-of-breed integrated toolchain that met today's requirements and future requirements, from ideation to release." DevOps will also be an ongoing process for MRHE, Ali noted, and will require a culture change, through continuous delivery of new software, which will result in better applications and faster resolution of problems and issues.
It is based on the Rightware (rightware.com) Kanzi UI development toolchain which facilitates development of custom shaders for unique Velar graphic effects in support of a wide range of brand themes, navigation and off-road features, as well as album art.
The HMI is based on the Kanzi(R) UI development toolchain, designed by Rightware, which facilitates development of custom shaders for Velar graphic effects in support of a wide range of brand themes, navigation and off-road features, as well as album art for music played.