Undo is the time travel debugging company for Linux. We equip developers with the technology to understand complex code and fix bugs faster.

Developers spend far too much time figuring out what code actually does – either to understand other people’s code or to find and fix bugs. Debugging can be especially time-consuming when software failures cannot be reproduced.

Time travel debugging solves this problem by making bugs 100% reproducible - whether in development/test or in production. Undo’s LiveRecorder enables developers to accelerate root cause analysis of new regressions, flaky tests and customer-reported defects by 50%-80%.

In its recent 7.0 release, Undo introduced early-access support for software targeting the 64-bit Arm instruction set architecture on Armv8 application processors.

Thousands of developers across leading tech firms including SAP, Juniper Networks, and Siemens use LiveRecorder to improve developer productivity, development velocity, & software quality.

Solution Briefs

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    Reduce Bug Fix Time and Deliver High-Quality Software on Schedule

    Time travel debugging is now available for software engineering teams developing on Arm application processors.

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