Just downloaded the Intel Parallel Studio XE Trial, and in the front page it says it has Intel Parallel Advisor but when I install it is not there. What's up with that?
Is Advisor part of the Intel Parallel Studio XE or not?
Can I install Advisor separately? Is it licensed separately? If so WHY?
Because on the main page of XE I see: "Develop parallel applications the easy way with Intel Parallel Advisor. This threading assistant tool for C/C++ Microsoft Visual Studio* developers provides a step-by-step proposal that simplifies transitioning serial applications to parallelism. Now available with the purchase of Windows* versions of Intel Parallel Studio XE or Intel C++ Studio XE parallel software development suites."
Intel Parallel Studio XE includes these industry-leading components:
Intel Composer XE
Optimizing compilers and
Intel Inspector XE
Powerful thread and memory error checker
Static Security Analysis
Close security vulnerabilities and weed out a range of bugs
Intel VTune Amplifier XE
Advanced performance profiler
Intel Parallel Advisor
assistant tool for C/C++ Microsoft Visual Studio* developers -
available with Windows* versions of Intel Parallel Studio XE or Intel
C++ Studio XE.
But it's not there... http://registrationcenter-download.intel.com/akdlm/irc_nas/2159/parallel...
If it's part of the product why does it need to be installed separately? Can't you update the installer to install everything in one simple step?