April 4 - 7, 2016
7:00 AM (Local Time / Pacific)
San Jose McEnery Convention Center | San Jose, California, United Statees | Booth: 508 | In-Person
At the epicenter of visual computing, the GPU Technology Conference (GTC) is the world's largest and most important GPU developer event.

Exhibitor

Stop by booth #508 to meet the experts on how to debug your high performance apps.

  • Isolate faults faster
  • Improve memory optimization
  • See dynamic visualization

TotalView for HPC and CodeDynamics from Rogue Wave break down barriers to understanding what's going on with your high-scale parallel and multicore applications, no matter how many cores you are running.  Purpose-built for applications using hundreds or thousands of cores, TotalView for HPC provides a set of tools that give scientific and academic developers unprecedented control over processes and thread execution, along with deep visibility into program states and data. Code Dynamics was recently released to satisfy those running fewer than 100 cores - giving you unparalleled visibility into running programs, unmatched control over thread states, and a unique conceptual view to aid analysis.

 
Speaking session
Tips and Tricks for Debugging Multi-GPU and/or Multi-Node GPU Applications

Presenter: Larry Edelstein, Sales Engineer, Rogue Wave Software

Session Time: 4/07/16 2:30-2:55 p.m. PDT

Abstract

Applications that use multiple GPUs are becoming more common. Because of that, debugging those applications is also becoming a more important part of the development process. Whether you are using a single node with multiple GPUs or multiple nodes each with a single GPU, there are poignant tips that can be useful in identifying critical issues. Larry Edelstein, sales engineer, will bring the expanse of experience Rogue Wave has gleaned from supporting organizations debugging these types of applications.
 

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