Your favorite verification engineer has been good all year. Thousands of tests run. Nights and weekends of debug. So how do reward her? Why, with UVM Training, of course!
Cadence experts have trained hundreds of engineers on OVM and UVM. These trainers have deep knowledge in both the methodology and the Incisive simulators that run it. They track the latest activities in the Accellera Systems Initiative standards committee, and the latest releases from that group, to keep their training on the leading edge. Each of the trainers avidly read and contribute to the UVM World forums to understand current issues and to share their knowledge. Whether you attend a standard Cadence UVM training class or a custom one, you are in good hands.
The course begins with a short review of SystemVerilog classes and class constructs, together with an overview of object-oriented concepts and features.
The reminder of the course describes the Universal Verification Methodology (UVM) class library, which provides the building blocks and infrastructure for a verification environment, and defines a methodology to show how the class library can be used to create powerful, reusable UVM Verification Components (UVCs) based on a standard architecture.
UVM is the Accellera standard replacement for OVM (Open Verification Methodology), a class-based verification library and reuse methodology for SystemVerilog®. UVM is supported and endorsed by almost all EDA vendors, including Cadence, Mentor, and Synopsys. The UVM class library provides the basic building blocks for creating verification data and components. The UVM methodology allows engineers to quickly develop powerful, reusable, and scalable object-oriented verification environments. It also shows how to combine multiple UVCs into a full verification environment.
After completing this course you will be able to:
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