Achieving compliance with functional safety (FuSa) and security standards is an acute problem for many companies developing modern software driven systems. Addressing compliance at the end of the development lifecycle leads to costly mistakes and lost productivity.
In these situations, there tends to be a team rush in activities towards complying with standards such as IEC 61508, ISO 26262, ISO 21434, ASPICE, IEC 62304, and DO-178C. In addition to static code analysis, unit testing, code coverage, and requirements traceability, the validation of acceptable architectural principles, like modularity and cohesion, are becoming an important aspect of FuSa compliance.
In this presentation, we'll demonstrate methods and approaches to integrate FuSa compliance through functional safety checks as part of your CI/CD GitLab driven development pipeline. Developers, DevOps engineers, and FuSa managers will learn how to:
- Make functional safety compliance more agile.
- Put functional safety compliance on autopilot.
- Produce automated reports with progress towards compliance at every build.