"The most efficient way to test the reliability and stability of SSDs in a production environment."
Greenlight is an advanced manufacturing test software that brings the power of the OakGate platform to the world of manufacturing through an innovative, efficient, powerful, and easy-to-use test application for storage DUTs, such as solid state drives (SSDs). Greenlight runs on top of OakGate’s robust core software, the SVF, allowing the DUTs to be fully evaluated and veriﬁed. The SVF interfaces to OakGate appliances, as well as to several popular SSD production testers.
The OakGate Greenlight software is installed on a Windows PC or Linux-based system, separate from the appliance. The application directs the appliance over the Internet or within a private network using TCP/IP, which allows remote access for testing, as well as multiple sessions to be established.
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Designed from the beginning to be simple to use, yet advanced in its capabilities − the user interface is ideal for the production floor.LEARN MORE
Planned expressly for manufacturing environments, where the need for simultaneous testing across hundreds of devices is paramount, a new manufacturing engine was crafted.LEARN MORE
To maintain simplicity, an operator mode is designed specifically for operators on the production floor, and a separate engineer mode is available for developers.LEARN MORE
Greenlight is accompanied by a SDK, which gives manufacturing test developers the building blocks for complete control over the entire testing process.LEARN MORE
The vast majority of the SDK APIs are consistent across all storage protocols. Therefore, many tests can be written for one protocol, and run “as-is” using another protocol.LEARN MORE
Simplifies interfacing between hardware platforms, allowing customers to easily switch hardware platforms as needed.LEARN MORE
Designed from the beginning to be simple to use, yet advanced in its capabilities − the user interface is ideal for the production floor, as well as for development and field failure analysis.
Planned expressly for manufacturing environments, where the need for simultaneous testing across hundreds of devices is paramount and each device needs to behave atomically without affecting other devices, a new manufacturing engine was crafted. It provides each DUT with its own thread of execution, and independent access to the underlying test framework.
To maintain simplicity on the production floor an operator mode is designed specifically for operators, where only the main controls and status information are displayed for test execution. This mode provides the operator ease-of-use, efficiency, and less room for errors.
For development engineers, additional controls are avaialble in engineer mode, giving them access to the full capabilities of the application for test creation, execution, and debug.
Greenlight is accompanied by a SDK, which gives manufacturing test developers the building blocks for complete control over the entire testing process.
The vast majority of the SDK APIs are consistent across all storage protocols. Therefore, many tests can be written for one protocol, and run “as-is” using another protocol without any changes or thought about protocol differences.
Tests that need specific protocol support can still be created in a manner that runs seamlessly across any protocol by using run-time checks to determine the DUT’s capabilities.
Greenlight abstracts out the complexities of interfacing directly with each unique hardware platform, thus granting the customer the flexibility to switch hardware platforms as needed. Tests written and executed using one hardware platform executes seamlessly against another.
In addition to being portable between various production hardware environments, Greenlight is also portable to non-production hardware environments.
That is, customers are free to create tests in the development lab using an OakGate desktop appliance, and then use those exact tests on the production-testing floor. When failures occur, the failing tests can be brought back to the lab for analysis to the root cause.