Restarting the blog after a long pause



It has been 6-7 months since the last post. One reason for the pause has been that my job responsibilities have undergone some change, the other being that at Oracle we dont talk about products that are in the pipeline, only those that readers have general access to.

With that in mind, two changes have taken place in the meantime. On the first front, I now manage the development engineering activities around Performance Analyzer and Code Analyzer tools and the OpenMPI library. Performance Analyzer is an established and well-regarded (and used) tool within the Sun and Oracle groups as well as with our customers. Code Analyzer is a new effort (and tool) that will be released as part of the next Studio release; the OpenMPI middleware library has been integrated into Solaris 11 and will be a bundled part of its FCS release. On the second front, we have now made the next release of Studio available (more on this in the next entry dedicated to this). So, now we CAN talk about the new Code Analyzer tool and about improvements in Performance Analyzer in particular and the Studio product in general.

So, this is a good way of getting back to blogging. I hope you will enjoy reading it as you did in the past and continue to share your comments and feedback.


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I have worked with Sun and Oracle for 25 years now; in compilers and tools organization for most of these years followed by a couple of years in Cloud Computing. I am now in ISV Engineering, where our primary task is to improve synergy between Oracle Sun Systems and our rich ISV ecosystem

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