By CW, managing editor on Oct 20, 2009
In his blog entry, Sandeep Koranne, one of our contest winners, describes how Sun Studio 12 compilers are used to engineer a complex, innovative discrete geometry algorithmic application.
Sun Microsystems' Marty Itzkowitz and Yukon Maruyama describe how to use the Sun Studio Performance Tools to understand the performance issues in single-threaded, multi-threaded, OpenMP, and MPI applications, and the techniques used to profile them. This paper was originally presented at the Third Parallel Tools Workshop held in Dresden, Germany in September.
Ruud van der Pas discusses tuning for performance using Sun Studio tools, and the challenges brought on by today's new chip architectures in this seven-part video series.
The Sun Studio 12 Update 1 release is now available for download in Simplified Chinese, Japanese, and English.
In this blog, learn how to get Sun Web Stack PHP installed on Solaris 10 or RHEL 5 and run a one-line configuration script to successfully configure Sun Java System Web Server 7 to execute PHP scripts.
Blog about Sun Studio software for a chance to win $500. Hurry, the contest ends August 14.
Join us at the conference September 7-10 in Regensburg, Germany. There will be an HPC Parallel Programming Seminar and many sessions in the Developer Tools track to help you learn more about developing and deploying HPC applications.
Joerg Moellenkamp (also known as c0t0d0s0) has recently published his PDF book, Less Known Solaris Features.[Read More]
This latest production release includes improved binary application performance, full OpenMP 3.0 support, profiling of distributed MPI applications, unified application and system profiling using Solaris DTrace technology (DLight), a new standalone graphical debugger (dbxTool) and much more! Download your free, unrestricted copy today.
Russian PC World magazine, Mir PC, has published its list of the Best Products of 2008 and awarded Sun Studio 12 as the top open-source development tool. Read this blog post.