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Intel® System Studio and many of its components can be used for software development, analysis and debug targeting workloads running inside virtualized guest OSs. In many ways developing for a virtualized environment is only an extension of the concept of cross-development.
A number of usage models are possible given the flexible interfaces provided by the Cache Allocation Technology (CAT) feature, including prioritization of important applications and isolation of applications to reduce interference.
This article provides a snapshot of some of the software-enabling collateral available for the Cache Allocation Technology (CAT) feature.
This article provides a number of Memory Bandwidth Monitoring (MBM) example proof points and discussion fitting with the usage models described in previous articles.
This article describes software support available for the Memory Bandwidth Monitoring (MBM) feature. Prior blogs in this series have included an overview of the MBM feature and architecture and usage models, and detailed examples of proof points.