Wednesday Jun 29, 2016

Announcing Oracle Developer Studio 12.5!

We are excited to release Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 with new breakthroughs in developer efficiency!

Optimized to complement Oracle’s complete hardware and software stack, Oracle Developer Studio (formerly Oracle Solaris Studio) helps companies build higher quality code, in less time.

Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 delivers optimized compilers, advanced analysis tools and a multi-language aware IDE for easy development of fast, reliable and highly secure applications for Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux and RedHat Enterprise Linux operating systems.

3 reasons you should try it out?

Secure Software - Made Simple: Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 is integrated with SPARC M7 Silicon Secured Memory, allowing developers to find and fix common security attack vectors, such as buffer overflows and data corruption bugs in real-time. In addition, secure coding features throughout the tools enable application development teams to edit, compile and run more secure code.

"In our tests processing log files for each AAA server, Oracle's SPARC M7 systems with Silicon Secured Memory and Oracle Developer Studio development tools proved to be the only effective method of protection against dangerous programming vulnerabilities. It enabled Capitek AAA to be more secure and highly available with very little impact on overall system performance. Other software based memory checking tools proved to be unusable due to their large overhead,” said Jerry Chen, Senior Manager of Telecom Software Product Department.

Productivity Benefits for Enterprise Apps: Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 delivers expanded GNU support and binary compatibility, and includes full support for C++ 2011, and popular features of the C++ 2014 language standard. The Oracle Developer Studio IDE is optimized for enterprise applications with fast parse times when handling large source code bases, plug-ins to the Oracle Developer Cloud Service, and a remote interface that allows developers to code from the convenience of most laptop / desktop environments and remotely connect to applications on premise or in cloud-based IT environments. And the Oracle Developer Studio Performance Analyzer now includes support for Java and Scala applications, in addition to C, C++ and Fortran, providing deep and accurate performance insights that can be visualized through multiple data views.

 “We have been using Oracle Developer Studio tools for many years to optimize our MX.3 trading, risk and back office solutions. The Code Analyzer and Performance Analyzer tools are intuitive, easy to use and provide powerful insights that help improve code quality while also reducing time to market”, said Jerome Matot, Head of Core Technologies at Murex.

Designed for Performance: Oracle Developer Studio’s highly optimized compilers support code generation for the latest Oracle SPARC M7, T7 and S7 systems, Oracle x86 systems, and Fujitsu M10 systems, and deliver up to 4.5x faster performance compared to open source alternatives.

"As the leading provider of telecom network and software solutions in China, it important for us to deliver the best solutions to our customers.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools give us the exact functionality we need to create very fast C/C++ applications.  We extensively use the Thread Analyzer to view the running state of threads and pinpoint where threads are blocked.  The Performance Analyzer accurately displays the execution time for each function and allows us to visualize performance data, significantly reducing the time it takes our developers to identify performance bottlenecks.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools are a must-have for our highly multi-threaded and time constraint AIISMG and DNS solutions,” said Mr. Fu Tingsheng, Director of Engineering, China Mobile Customer Data Business Division of AsiaInfo.

Available Now, for Free: Download Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 today!

Friday Mar 23, 2012

Oracle Solaris 11 Developer Webinar Series

Pupils in a Canadian school train, 1950.This coming Tuesday, a new series of webcasts (not to be confused with a series of tubes) is kicking off, aimed at developers.

Register today

Next week's session covers IPS and related topics:

What: Modern Software Packaging for Enterprise Developers

When: Tuesday, March 27, 9 AM Pacific

Who: Eric Reid, Oracle Systems ISV Engineering

We've got several more queued up -- here's the full schedule, with registration links for each one. Or, see the series overview, which includes a link to a "teaser" preview of all the sessions.


Topic

Date
(all sessions 9 AM Pacific)

Speaker

Modern Software Packaging for Enterprise Developers

March 27th

Eric Reid
(Principal Software Engineer)

Simplify Your Development Environment with Zones, ZFS & More

April 10th

Eric Reid (Principal Software Engineer)
Stefan Schneider (Chief Technologist, ISV Engineering)

Managing Application Services – Using SMF Manifests in Solaris 11

April 24th

Matthew Hosanee
(Principal Software Engineer)

Optimize Your Applications on Oracle Solaris 11: The DTrace Advantage

May 8th

Angelo Rajadurai
(Principal Software Engineer)

Maximize Application Performance and Reliability on Oracle Solaris 11

May 22nd

Ikroop Dhillon
(Principal Product Manager)

Writing Oracle Solaris 11 Device Drivers

June 6th

Bill Knoche
(Principal Software Engineer)

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