Performance Analyzer

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Performance Analyzer
Stable release
12.5 / June 2016; 3 years ago (2016-06)[1]
Operating systemSolaris and Linux
LicenseCommercial proprietary software

Performance Analyzer is a commercial utility software for software performance analysis for x86 or SPARC machines. It has both a graphical user interface [2] and a command line interface. It is available for both Linux and Solaris operating systems. It can profile C, C++ and Java.[3]

Performance Analyzer is available as part of Oracle Developer Studio. It has visualization capabilities, can read out hardware performance counters,[4] thread synchronization, memory allocations and I/O, and specifically supports Java, OpenMP, MPI, and the Solaris kernel.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Oracle® Developer Studio 12.5: Release Notes".
  2. ^ "Systems Performance: Enterprise and the Cloud".
  3. ^ "Java Performance: Hardware, Structures, and Algorithms".
  4. ^ Schmidl, Dirk; Terboven, Christian; an Mey, Dieter; Müller, Matthias S. (2013). Suitability of Performance Tools for OpenMP Task-Parallel Programs. Proc. 7th Int'l Workshop on Parallel Tools for High Performance Computing. pp. 25–37.