The following tutorials are quick paths to start using the Intel® VTune™ Amplifier. Each demonstrates an end-to-end workflow you can ultimately apply to your own applications.
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Identify where your application is spending time, detect the most time-consuming program units and how they were called.
Analyzing Locks and Waits
Identify locks and waits preventing parallelization.
Identifying Hardware Issues
Identify the hardware-related issues in your application such as data sharing, cache misses, branch misprediction, and others.
Analyzing Disk Input/Output Waits
Analyze an I/O bound application that uses the system file cache and user buffer to work with the I/O device.
Identifying False Sharing
Identify false sharing.
Analyzing an OpenMP* and MPI Application
Identify issues in a hybrid OpenMP and MPI application using MPI Performance Snapshot, Intel Trace Analyzer and Collector, and Intel VTune Amplifier.
Enabling Performance Collection on an Embedded Linux* System
Configure a remote Linux embedded system built with the Yocto Project* 2.1 environment for application analysis with VTune Amplifier sampling drivers. Analyze where your application is spending time and identify the most time-consuming program units with Advanced Hotspots analysis.
Finding Hotspots on an Android* Platform
Configure and run a remote Basic Hotspots analysis on an Android target system.
Analyzing Energy Usage on an Android* Platform
Run the Energy analysis with the Intel SoC Watch collector (available with the Intel System Studio) directly on the target Android system and view the collected data with the VTune Amplifier installed on the host Windows* or Linux* system.
Analyzing Energy Usage on a Windows* Platform
Run the Energy analysis of an idle system and a sample application with the Intel SoC Watch collector (available with Intel System Studio) directly in the target Windows* system. Copy the results to the Windows host system and view the collected data with VTune Amplifier.
NOTE: For more end-to-end analysis use cases, explore the Intel VTune Amplifier Cookbook.