Sunday May 30, 2010

Observing Your App and Everything Else it Runs on Using DTrace

Brian Leonard presents at Tech Days Hyderabad, March 2010.

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Monday May 03, 2010

Mastering Your Multicore System

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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.

Thursday Apr 15, 2010

Maximizing Application Performance with Sun Studio

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.

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Building High-Quality C/C++ Applications

There are certain challenges in our industry for native language developers, such as multicore development, heterogeneous OpenSolaris and Linux OS development, and Linux compatibility issues. Sun Studio software delivers a high-performance, optimizing C/C++ and Fortran developer tool chain for Solaris, OpenSolaris, and Linux platforms, including support for the latest multicore systems. The tool chain includes parallelizing compilers, code-level and memory debuggers, performance and thread analysis tools, optimized math libraries, and support for the latest parallelizing industry standards. With a next-generation IDE, developing and debugging applications for the multicore era has never been easier.

Don Kretsch presents at Sun Tech Days, Brazil, December 2009.

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Thursday Mar 18, 2010

Virtualizing Your Applications

The OpenSolaris operating system includes support for a wide range of virtualization technologies and is an ideal host OS for use with virtualization.

This session will discuss the core features of the OpenSolaris OS that make it a solid foundation for use as the host operating system in a virtualized configuration. The session will provide an introduction to basic virtualization concepts and an overview of the built-in alternatives the OpenSolaris OS provides, including containers, VirtualBox software, the OpenSolaris xVM hypervisor, and LDoms. The session will compare the capabilities of the various alternatives, showing their trade-offs and providing a basis for deciding when to choose one or the other. 

Joost Pronk van Hoogeven speaks at Tech Days in Brazil, December 2009.

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