Polyspace Bug Finder
Identify software bugs using static analysis
Find the Root Cause of Complex Bugs
See your code in a debugger-like view with event traces, variable values, and call trees.
Identify Bugs from within Your IDE, While You Code
Find bugs as soon as code is written or modified by using Polyspace as You Code within an IDE such as Visual Studio®, Visual Studio Code, or Eclipse.
Trace Code Analysis to Simulink Models
Run analysis on generated code and trace your findings to the source model block.
Configure for Any Run-Time Environment
Integrate Polyspace Bug Finder with any compiler, target processor, and RTOS environment.
Monitor the Software Quality of Your Project
Compare analysis results against quality thresholds, so your software team can collaborate more easily and monitor project milestones.
Analyze Integrated Builds
Run the Polyspace Bug Finder Server™ static analysis engine on a server class machine with build automation tools such as Jenkins and Bamboo.
Notify and Upload Results for Collaborative Review
Automatically assign defects to component owners, send email notifications, and upload results to Polyspace Bug Finder Access™ so you can triage and resolve issues.
Run on Public Cloud Platforms
Get more compute power by using specialized hardware in the cloud. MathWorks® provides reference architectures that provision Polyspace Server deployments on cloud platforms such as AWS® and Azure®.
Review Analysis Results, so You Can Triage and Resolve Issues
Polyspace Bug Finder Access provides a web browser interface to Polyspace static code analysis results and quality metrics stored in a central repository. Navigation tools for investigating static analysis results are displayed alongside the code.
Monitor Project Quality and Software Quality Metrics
Dashboards display information that you can use to monitor software quality, project status, the number of defects, and code metrics.
Integrate with the Bug Tracking Tools You Already Use
Use the web browser interface to create and assign tickets in bug tracking tools such as Jira.