Get Started with Intel® VTune™ Amplifier

Learn about how to start analyzing system performance and the key features of Intel VTune Amplifier.

Intel® VTune™ Amplifier can be installed on Windows*, macOS*, and Linux* platforms and used for analysis of local and remote target systems. Use this tool to analyze the algorithm choices, find serial and parallel code bottlenecks, understand where and how your application can benefit from available hardware resources, and speed up the execution.

VTune Amplifier is available as a standalone product as well as part of the following suites:

Visit the VTune Amplifier training page for videos, webinars, and more to help you get started.

Select Your Host System to Get Started

Click the button for your host system to learn more about system-specific features for Windows*, Linux*, or macOS*.

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