Rogue Wave's TotalView significantly shortens universities' application development cycle
Microsoft has announced the general availability of Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, including Windows Azure Virtual Machines and Windows Azure Virtual Network. This new service makes it easy for customers to move applications into the cloud on their terms, saving both time and money. Compatible operating systems and images available through the online gallery, which includes OpenLogic.
Microsoft is dedicated to ensuring that our software, services, and devices work easily across our platforms, especially with the global shift in IT toward the Cloud. With this in mind, we continue to work with other technology companies, both commercial and open source, to streamline interoperability and enhance functionality.
Eric Weidner, OpenLogic Co-founder and Director of Engineering, describing how the company provides support and services for CentOS customers, including details on how to get OpenLogic CentOS images running on Windows Azure Virtual Machines.
Features, like Rogue Waveâ€™s ReplayEngine, can decrease debugging time by an average of 26%
Rogue Wave Software, the largest independent provider of cross-platform software development tools and embedded components for the next generation of HPC/High Performance Computing applications, today announced the release of SourcePro C++ 12.0.1.
TotalView Debugs 786,432 Processor Cores as Part of Scalability Initiative
Rogue Wave Software, the largest independent provider of cross-platform software development tools and embedded components for the next generation of high performance computing (HPC) applications, announced the upcoming release of the leading parallel debugger, TotalView® 8.11, with expanded support for the newest platforms that are advancing both the HPC and commercial markets.