Migrate Solaris Applications to Linux
Solaris® and Linux are both POSIX compliant variations of the UNIX operating system; this makes Solaris® an ideal operating system to migrate to Linux. Porting or migrating to Linux can reduce the cost of software, hardware, and maintenance.
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It takes more than just being POSIX compliant to make embedded applications portable across OS platforms. The consistency of API behavior must also be considered. MapuSoft’s POSIX Interface is designed to meet the needs of embedded applications with performance and full code portability in mind while allowing developers to add features without breaking POSIX compliancy.
Migrate Solaris applications to Linux with MapuSoft, a global leader in embedded software re-use and interoperability solutions provides many commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) tools like Cross-OS Development Platform and Linux OK Kit to ease Solaris to Linux migration efforts.
Cross-OS Development Platform – POSIX Interface – Cross-OS Development Platform is a C/C++ source-level virtualization technology that provides a robust and industry standard OS interface architecture for flexible real-time application development, while allowing the user to protect the software from being locked to one OS. The features of Cross-OS Development Platform includes :
Solaris Porting – Move Solaris Applications to Linux
Linux Optimization Kit – MapuSoft’s Linux Optimization Kit provides kernel and application specific optimization features all aimed at increasing CPU performance and reducing memory footprint for Linux applications. LinuxOK also provides a highly integrated development environment that combines Solaris/POSIX application development with optimization benefits like :
Full Service Porting – In addition to our COTS embedded development tools, MapuSoft offers full-service porting to complete your porting project.
Training – – MapuSoft also offers on-site and remote training classes to provide more information about using our tools.
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