Profile Remote Systems
In many cases, you need to tune a remote server or embedded system. One option is to connect to the remote device and run the collection directly from the user interface. Or if you prefer, collect the remote data using the command line and import the results into your local user interface.
For the best performance, avoid the slow graphics of Virtual Network Computing (VNC)*. Instead, import data from the remote target, and then run the interface locally on Windows*, Linux*, or macOS*.
The user interface lets you select a local or remote target.
Note for Linux: If collectors are not installed on the remote system, Intel VTune Profiler can install them for you.
Collect & Analyze Data Using the Command Line
In addition to the user interface, you can also collect and analyze data using a command line interface. This allows lightweight collection on the target system and automation of regression analysis. Learn the command language by setting up the analysis in the Intel VTune Profiler interface, and then selecting a button to generate the command line.
Tap into Microsoft Visual Studio* Integration
Create and debug code, and tune your application within a single environment. Start an analysis from the toolbar, see the results in Visual Studio, manage results in the solution explorer, and open a source editor from the source view in Intel VTune Profiler.
Intel VTune Profiler is integrated with Microsoft Visual Studio.
Use Any Compiler
As long as it follows industry standards, you can choose from Microsoft* compilers, the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)*, compilers from Intel, and more. We recommend that you profile a release build (an optimized build) since the performance hotspots can be different for a debug build. Be sure to include symbols so that Intel VTune Profiler can use your familiar function names and map results to your source code.
Optimize single-threaded performance.
Effectively use all available cores.
See a system-level view of application performance.
Deliver high-performance image and video processing pipelines.
Access specialized, in-depth analyses for HPC and cloud computing.
Diagnose memory, storage, and data plane bottlenecks.
Mine data for answers.
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Product and Performance Information
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