Today Allinea Software announced an expansion of its tool suite that is set to boost developer productivity and the launch of support for hybrid OpenMP codes and energy measurement in its performance profiling tool, Allinea MAP.
Our unified tools for performance and debugging are making a real difference in time to develop and training costs for our customers,” said David Lecomber, CEO of Allinea Software, “Consistently our users spoke of wanting to be able to complete more of their development process in the tools: when they debug and when they profile, they want to be able to make changes and immediately test those out on their system. That is why we are now announcing Allinea Forge, we’re bringing together our market leading tools – the performance optimization tool Allinea MAP and debugging tool Allinea DDT – with fully-integrated edit, compile, build, test, and version control support. Those steps are a vital part of the workflow – and it’s all here in one tool. We are also announcing performance profiling for OpenMP and an early access program for energy profiling – significant additions to Allinea MAP. We know hybrid programming is set to continue to grow in importance as per node core counts march upwards. Understanding the bottlenecks of OpenMP code is now vital to extracting performance on today’s architectures.”
“We are driven by helping users with the challenges they face – whether in coding, debugging or optimizing for performance or for energy efficiency. As a born-and-bred HPC company with 10 years of delivering tools for software development, we understand where the HPC workflow differs from others,” explained Mark O’Connor, VP Product Management. “We have designed Allinea Forge for HPC’s needs. Our secure native clients for Windows, OS/X and Linux allow users to connect to local and remote systems: no matter where the system is, they can complete their whole workflow within the tools.”
Allinea Software will be exhibiting at SC14, booth #2833, November 17-20th 2014 – see more details on their activities at the show.
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