Tips & Tricks to Analyze IoT Application Performance in Minutes (not Hours)

Intel® System Studio is a versatile suite of 19 tools and libraries designed to deliver two distinct benefits: boost performance, power efficiency, and reliability for system and IoT device applications … and strengthen system reliability.

This webinar looks at one of its core uses: system and application performance analysis.

Join Technical Consulting Engineer Jeff Reinemann for the 4-1-1 on Intel® VTune™ Profiler, the suite’s cornerstone performance-analysis tool for getting the performance data you need to find answers fast and tune your code.

Topics include:

  • How to configure performance data collection on remote target devices
  • The right analysis type options—from hotspot analysis to threading analysis and micro-architecture analysis—to identify cache misses, prefetcher branch mispredictions, memory/bus bandwidth, and more
  • Optimization techniques and tricks, including loop or cache optimizations
  • Using Intel VTune’s Platform Profiler feature to analyze system utilization during long-running workloads

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Jeff Reinemann, Software Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corporation

Jeffrey is a Technical Consulting Engineer at Intel responsible for supporting key Intel® System Studio tool suite components—including its energy and performance profilers and analyzers. In his 26 years with the company, Jeffrey has been involved in numerous software technology strategies and solutions, including Intel® Software Asset Manager, anti-theft technology, prototyping and analysis of PC usage model solutions, client PC management and power management architecture, and quality assurance programs for real-time operating systems and PC BIOS. Jeffrey has a M.S. in Computer Sciences from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, and a B.S. in Computer Sciences and Mathematics from Carroll University in Waukesha, WI.

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