AMD Versal Adaptive SoC Design Flow Assistant
The Versal™ Adaptive SoC Design Flow Assistant helps AMD Adaptive Computing customers better understand the design flows and details necessary for successfully building Versal Adaptive SoC designs.
This Assistant takes you to detailed technical content specific to your design needs, and provides links to more detailed information.
Design Flow Assistant: Start Here
Does your design plan incorporate any of the following? If so, click Yes.
If none of the following applies, click No.
You will then be asked a series of questions to launch the appropriate quick reference guide to provide more complete design details.
Depending on your answer, you will then be asked a short series of questions, after which a quick reference guide will appear that provides more complete design details.
About the AMD Versal Adaptive SoC Design Flows
There are two design flows for AMD Versal Adaptive SoC:
Traditional Design Flow
In the traditional design flow, the entire PL portion of the system is defined in a single Vivado™ project.
This flow is very similar to the one traditionally used for Zynq® UltraScale+™ MPSoCs.
Platform-based Design Flow
In the platform-based design flow, the system is divided in two distinct elements: the platform and the processing system.
You can create these different elements with the Vivado tools or the Vitis environment. Once created, they are integrated to the platform using the Vitis environment.
This flow promotes concurrent development of the different elements of the system and greatly facilitates the integration process of heterogenous systems.
For more information on Versal Adaptive SoC design flows, see the Versal Adaptive SoC Design Guide.