Embedded-tools developer Atego released Aonix Perc Ultra with support for execution on Wind River’s VxWorks MILS Platform 2.1.
Aonix Perc Ultra for VxWorks MILS responds to the need for Multiple Independent Levels of Security (MILS) that enables deployment of embedded and real-time Java applications where applications with different security levels can execute within the same system.
VxWorks MILS Platform 2.1, released in September 2010, implements a high performance and scalable Type 1 hypervisor-based embedded separation kernel, and includes a high assurance environment designed for Evaluation Assurance Level (EAL) 6+ user components including applications, middleware, and drivers. Additionally, the product provides a High Assurance Network Stack enabling MILS-based secure networking, which is a critical component for cross domain solutions (CDS) and Multi-Level Secure (MLS) connected devices.
Aonix Perc Ultra for VxWorks MILS fully supports both the new High Assurance Network Stack and the General Network Stack interchangeably, in addition to execution from within the separated partitions of VxWorks MILS-based platforms.
Users will now be able to deploy Java on a VxWorks guest OS within secure partitions, but also on a Wind River Linux guest OS within partitions, both targeting PowerPC processors.
For pricing and availability, please visit Atego's Web site.