Today's ever advancing technology platforms offer huge potential for completing faster and more advanced work but missing the vital warning signs of inefficient code behaviour will hinder your performance at any scale. Allinea tools are designed to help you get to the root causes of system crashes and bottlenecks quickly and in this workshop we will provide hands-on user advice for developing more robust code efficiently on Salmon. The session will also demonstrate the use of the tools for getting the most out of the cluster by easily identifying your biggest priorities for optimization across commonly occurring crash, memory and workload balance issues.
Purpose of the course (benefits for the attendees)
The participants will learn how to:
- use Allinea tools on Salomon,
- debug and profile parallel applications,
- overcome scalability and performance issues.
About the tutor
Florent Lebeau is an applications engineer at ARM providing effective customer training across the Allinea broad range of debugging, profiling and optimization tools. Having worked in HPC for many years, Florent brings valuable knowledge and experience in the practical use of parallel programming and development tools, joining the ARM HPC Tools team after working as an engineer for Allinea Software and at CAPS enterprise where he developed profiling tools for HMPP Workbench and provided training on parallel technologies. Florent graduated from the University of Dundee with an MSc in Applied Computing.
|Thu April 27, 2017|
Introduction and how to use Allinea tools on Salomon
Maximize application efficiency
Fix an application crash
Optimize memory accesses
Detect memory leaks
Resolve workload imbalances
Wrap-up and Q&A session
Capacity and Fees
- There's a new Allinea release 7 installed on Anselm and Salomon.
- Documentation for IT4Innovations' computer systems is available at http://support.it4i.cz/docs.
- See links below how to get to the campus of VŠB - Technical University Ostrava and to the IT4Innovations building.