The latest release of Oracle Developer Studio delivers new features and enhancements that help you write higher quality code, in less time - for both on-premise and cloud-based Oracle Solaris and Linux IT environments.
Here are some of the highlights:
Accelerate Cloud Development: New Oracle Developer Cloud Service Plug-in provides access to Oracle Cloud Services and enables DevOps. The plug-in makes it easy to connect to the Oracle Developer Cloud Service and Oracle Solaris and Linux Compute VMs for continuous integration and continuous deployment. The Performance Analyzer (performance profiling tool) supports remote performance analysis of applications on Oracle Compute VMs with ssh tunneling support.
Maximize Performance: Oracle Developer Studio delivers code generation and optimization updates for the latest Oracle SPARC, Intel x86, and Fujitsu SPARC systems - helping you optimize application performance for both on-premise and cloud IT environments.
Increase Efficiency: Oracle Developer Studio includes complete support for C++14, C++11, and C11 language standards and adds more than 40 new GCC compatibility features making it even easier to build FOSS applications. In addition, the Performance Analyzer now includes a Flame Graph view to help you better visualize and identify the most frequent code paths and delivers support for Scala (in addition to Java, C, C++ and Fortran).
Raise the Bar on Security: Intuitive tools make it easy to write and deploy secure code. The IDE provides secure coding hints when writing your application, the Compilers provide built-in code analysis when compiling your application, and the Code Analyzer (memory analysis tool) is integrated with SPARC Silicon Secured Memory technology to identify security-related coding errors at real-time speeds. And if you deploy on Oracle SPARC T7 systems, Silicon Secured Memory continues to protect your application from common security attack vectors, including buffer over reads/writes, in real-time.
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