Have you ever wondered how well your system configuration matches your workloads—that is, which workloads need tuning and which would benefit from a different system configuration?

Of course, you have. And then you’ve likely reached for the nearest performance analysis tool to figure it out.

But if the tool you use is designed for detailed, in-depth analysis of short application runs, you will be overwhelmed by an avalanche of data.

What you need first is a holistic assessment of the entire system, which is exactly what the Platform Profiler feature of Intel® VTune™ Profiler delivers.

Join technical consulting engineer Munara Tolubaeva to learn about the benefits of Platform Profiler, including:

  • An overview of its in-depth, long-term (hours) analysis of a system
  • How to use it to gather low-overhead, course-grain metrics that identify system configuration issues and workloads that will benefit from optimization
  • Real-world use cases that demonstrate how the tool can identify performance issues like insufficient memory, memory configuration errors, and I/O bottlenecks

Munara Tolubaeva
Technical consulting engineer, Intel Corporation

Munara is responsible for helping customers use Intel® Software Development Tools to tune and optimize their applications for Intel® architecture. Her expertise includes high-performance computing, parallel programming techniques, performance analysis and optimization, compilers, and heterogeneous computing.

Munara joined Intel in 2016. She holds a masters degree in informatics from Middle East Technical University and a PhD in computer science from the University of Houston in Texas.

 

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