Rogue Wave Software has launched the new release of CodeDynamics, expanding the reach of multithread debugging for the high-performance computing (HPC) environment within the commercial market.
Based on TotalView for HPC, CodeDynamics offers deep thread control, reverse debugging and advanced data visualization features. According to the company, it is suited for enterprises that need performance, scalability and high-availability.
“The use for large-scale data modeling and analytics is growing, driving the adoption of technologies traditionally reserved for HPC into new enterprise and industrial applications,” said Marty Bakal, principal product manager at Rogue Wave. “The need is the same: extremely fast systems, highly optimized code, and innovative algorithms — all requirements for big data and similar computing solutions in financial, energy, science, government, and other commercial services.”
Beyond CodeDynamics, Rogue Wave will also release TotalView for HPC 8.15.10 several days before this year’s Supercomputing Conference (SC15). This version of TotalView has support for Linux PowerLE, NVIDIA CUDA (compute unified device architecture) 7.5, additional compilers and improvements for C++11.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.