This year’s International Supercomputing Conference brings together leading researchers and organizations dedicated to the science and art of high performance computing (HPC). Rogue Wave Software has long been a supporter of the HPC community and will bring the latest and greatest parallel debugging and code analysis solutions to the conference.
The TotalView graphical debugger provides dynamic source code and memory debugging for a variety of high-performance C/C++ and Fortran applications on multiple supercomputing platforms. Used to dig deep and visualize memory, processes, and threads for faster problem solving, TotalView will launch new features at ISC’14, including:
• Support for CUDA 6.0, including Unified Memory, allowing developers to drill down to problems on this widely-adopted architecture
• Save and restore of debug information, allowing developers to share deterministic problem reproducers between developers and between end users
• Enhanced support for C++ type transforms, such as
unordered_set, making it easier to visualize the runtime behavior of these types
Develop Better Code
In addition to TotalView’s dynamic debugging capabilities, ISC’14 also offers the opportunity to learn more about other Rogue Wave products that make it easier to develop more robust and reliable code:
• IMSL Numerical Libraries makes your algorithmic development easier by providing a large collection of mathematical and statistical functions for data mining and analysis, including Bayesian, cluster analysis, forecasting, neural networks, and much more.
• The Klocwork static code analysis tool finds memory leaks, deadlocks, data, and security issues as you’re typing code. Acting like a spell-checker, potential problems are highlighted inline within your IDE, providing the earliest possible opportunity to fix them.
• OpenLogic scanning and governance shows you exactly where open source software is used within your HPC development environment and keeps you up-to-date on the latest issues and risks for over 850 open source packages. If you’re using open source, it pays to know what’s going on.
Visit us at booth 560 to receive a personalized demonstration of TotalView and discuss a better path to accelerating great code.