|Conference:||Verification Futures 2015 (click here to see full programme)|
|Speaker:||Alan Fitch, Consultant Engineer|
|Organisation:||Ericsson TV Ltd.|
|Presentation Title:||Continuous Integration for FPGA Design and Verification|
|Abstract:||The Jenkins Continuous Integration server has been used by software developers, but can be applied to FPGA design and verification as well. Using it provides convenient “push-button” build and simulation regression. This paper summarises the implementation and experiences of using Jenkins CI for FPGA development|
|Biography||Alan Fitch started his career within the Philips Semiconductors Systems Laboratory, working on a wide range of audio and video topics. He then joined Doulos, training and consultancy company, and taught VHDL, Verilog, SystemVerilog, UVM, and SystemC. While there he actively developed courses including Expert VHDL, and contributed to the Accellera SystemC Language Working Group. In 2013 he joined Ericsson TV, working on Verification of complex FPGAs for video compression, using SystemVerilog and UVM.|
Speaker: Alan Fitch, Ericsson TV Ltd.