Monday Jun 01, 2015

Oracle Solaris Studio: Optimal Java Performance and Remote Development


Two more new videos highlighting the capabilities of the Oracle Solaris Studio developer toolsuite: the first one covers how to quickly identify and optimize performance hotspots in Java applications.  The second one discusses how you can use Oracle Solaris Studio from virtually any laptop or desktop environment to develop enterprise applications for Oracle Solaris and Linux.

These join over a dozen existing videos on the Oracle Solaris Studio 12.4 release, which you can conveniently access from the Oracle Solaris YouTube channel.

Learn more: Oracle Solaris Studio

Friday Mar 13, 2015

Oracle Solaris Studio 12.4 Technical Mini-Casts



This is a series of 11 audioless screencasts explaining various features of Oracle Solaris Studio 12.4.  Topics include basic features and interesting details of the IDE, thread analysis, and memory leak detection.  They're all quick and to the point; most of them are under two minutes.

If you want to see why Oracle Solaris Studio is an essential product for Oracle Solaris and Linux developers, this is a great series to take a look at.

Learn more: Oracle Solaris Studio

Tuesday Sep 07, 2010

Oracle Solaris Studio 12.2 Release

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Don Kretsch and Kuldip Oberoi discuss the new release, features and product names.

Learn more: Oracle Solaris Studio

Thursday Jun 03, 2010

Oracle Solaris Studio Express

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Don Kretsch and Kuldip Oberoi introduce the new release.

filmed & edited by Deirdré Straughan

Learn more: Oracle Solaris Studio at the Oracle Technology Network

Monday May 03, 2010

Mastering Your Multicore System

How Sun Studio compilers and tools can simplify these challenges and enable you to fully unlock the potential in multicore architecture. Don Kretsch presents at Tech Days, Brazil, 2009.

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Thursday Apr 15, 2010

Maximizing Application Performance with Sun Studio

[This video is not currently on line, but can be posted if you'd like to see it!  Just leave your request as a comment below.]

Performance on your mind? Creating native language applications that maximize performance requires performance tuning and program analysis. This session will take a look at Sun Studio software and how to use its optimizing compilers, powerful debuggers, and advanced thread and performance analysis tools to help ensure scalability and the most performance out of your applications on the latest multicore SPARC and x64/x86 processor-based systems. In addition, discover new tools that take advantage of technologies in OpenSolaris, including Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) technology. Nick Solter presents at Tech Days Brazil, December, 2009.

Tuesday Sep 29, 2009

Master Your Multicore System with Sun Studio

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Sun's Ruud van der Pas shows you how to master your multicore system with Sun Studio programming tools.

Learn more: Oracle Solaris Studio

Monday Sep 28, 2009

Maximizing Application Performance With Sun Studio 12

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Performance on your mind? Creating native language applications that maximize performance requires performance tuning, compiler optimizations, and program analysis. To maximize performance and assure scalability in your applications, you need compilers that optimize your code and profiling tools that identify bottlenecks, hot spots, and memory access issues. Learn how the Sun Studio Thread Analyzer, Performance Analyzer, and D-Light can help you tune your application for maximum performance. Presented by Darryl Gove.

Learn more: Oracle Solaris Studio

Developing on OpenSolaris

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Learn about the benefits and features of the OpenSolaris development platform, including NetBeans, Sun Studio, ZFS, DTrace, and more. Nick Solter presents at CommunityOne, June 2009.

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Thursday May 14, 2009

What's New in the Sun Performance Analyzer?

[This video is not currently on line, but can be posted if you'd like to see it!  Just leave your request as a comment below.]

Marty Itzkowitz, Project Lead for the Performance Analyzer, Sun, and Yukon Maruyama, MPI Performance Analyzer, Sun, present at Sun's HPC Consortium in Austin, Texas, November 2008.

filmed by Deirdré Straughan 

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