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Wednesday, September 25, 2019 9:00 am PDT

Fast System Bring-up And Reliable System Software

Successful platform bring-up requires deep, hardware and software insights—a system-wide analysis of firmware, UEFI BIOS, OS kernels, device drivers, and more. Tune in to discover how Intel® System Debugger streamlines the entire process.

Fast system bring-up can convey a competitive advantage to device manufacturers, system integrators, or IoT software providers. To accelerate the process, platform and system-level problems must be uncovered and corrected quickly.

Intel® System Debugger is designed to help developers do exactly that. With in-depth debugging and tracing capabilities, this tool speeds system bring-up and streamlines development of system software and network applications.

Join Technical Consulting Engineer Johny Paul for a tour of the Intel System Debugger, including:

  • An introduction to its main capabilities such as views of the system state, and the software that is executing and interacting with that state
  • How to quickly analyze complex hardware and software interactions, and use tracing to pinpoint and resolve system issues
  • How to efficiently use source-level debug during any phase of EFI, from reset to OS boot
  • How to debug completely halted Windows* systems using Intel® Debug Extensions for WinDbg*, including early boot, hibernate, drivers, and interrupts

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Johny Paul, Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corporation

Johny is a Technical Consulting Engineer who specializes in system bring-up and performance analysis, embedded systems, computer vision, and robotics.

His experience includes development of firmware components for motion control on industrial robots used in clinical automation; performance modeling for multi-core processors; and development of hardware accelerators for image processing, face recognition on FPGA, and device drivers for various embedded systems.

Johny holds a PhD from the Technical University of Munich.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019 9:00 am PDT

Get the Latest on Intel® MPI to Boost Performance, Container & Cloud Support

Intel® MPI update 5 is here. Discover how its new capabilities can further optimize the performance and scalability of your HPC code.

In September 2019, Intel® MPI Library update 5 was released, expanding the capabilities of this multifabric message-passing library for both HPC developers and data scientists.

If that sounds like you, join Technical Consulting Engineer James Tullos for a tour of the tool’s latest incarnation, including how it:

  • Increases performance on OpenFabrics Interfaces (OFI), a framework specifically designed to meet the performance and scalability requirements of HPC applications running in a tightly coupled network environment.
  • Provides tight integration for users of Singularity* containers which are used to package entire scientific workflows, software and libraries, and data.
  • Optimizes performance on AWS* Elastic Fabric Adapter, a network interface that enables you to run HPC apps at scale, including computational fluid dynamics, weather modeling, and reservoir simulation.

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  • Intel® MPI Library—This library is one of five free Intel® Performance Libraries. Download one or all of them today, free.
James Tullos, Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corporation

James Tullos is a Technical Consulting Engineer responsible for all things “customer technical support and training” on application performance using Intel Intel® Software Development Tools. He focuses on parallel performance in HPC and cluster environments, with specific knowledge around distributed memory computing using the Message Passing Interface (MPI).

James enjoys sharing his knowledge and is a regular presence at technical trade shows, workshops, and conferences. Prior to joining Intel, he worked in the aerospace engineering field focused on propulsion system analysis programs. James holds an MS in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from Purdue University, and a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Mississippi State University.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 9:00 am PDT

Roofline Analysis Part 2 – Fast Insights to Optimized Vectorization & Memory

Kicking memory bottlenecks to the curb requires deep insights into your application’s performance on the target hardware. Find out how to do it with Intel® Advisor’s Roofline Analysis.

Developers often struggle to understand the trade-offs between compute utilization and memory bottlenecks. A good way to unravel the knot is by using the Roofline model, analysis that offers an intuitive representation of how best to address performance in relation to hardware limitations.

But … interpretation of Roofline results can require a deep knowledge of the application to pinpoint the source of memory bottlenecks.

In this second installation of our 2-part Roofline series (watch Part 1 here), Technical Consulting Engineer Cedric Andreolli discusses this issue in a deeper exploration of Intel® Advisor’s Integrated Roofline Analysis feature, which uses a cache simulator to understand the behavior of each cache level.

Register today to:

  • Get an overview of the Integrated Roofline Analysis feature, including how it provides in-depth information about the memory hierarchy (L1, L2, L3, or DRAM), identifying the specific location of bottlenecks
  • Identify how much more memory bandwidth each hierarchy level is achieving versus the maximum potential at each level
  • Explore a real-world example of the optimization process

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  • Intel Advisor – standalone—Download this free version.
  • Intel Advisor as part of Intel® Parallel Studio XE—Sample Intel Advisor with a complementary suite of 10+ additional development tools focused on parallel programming and productivity. Free 30-day trial.
  • Intel Advisor as part of Intel® System Studio—For device manufacturers, integrators, and IoT developers, access Intel Advisor as part of this suite that simplifies system bring-up and speeds IoT application development. Free 1-year renewable license.
Cedric Andreolli, Technical Consulting Engineer, Intel Corporation

Cedric is a Technical Consulting Engineer responsible for supporting Intel® Software Development Tools, with special focus on Intel® Compilers and Intel® Advisor, particularly in the realm of high-performance computing. In addition, he has extensive experience in Android* development with applications for augmented reality via both OpenGL* and Radiance* lighting simulation tool.

Cedric holds a Bachelor’s in Computer Science from University of Rennes 1 in France. In his spare time, he enjoys playing guitar in rock bands, skiing, and playing ice hockey and football.

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