|Developer(s)||Intel Developer Products|
2021.9.0 / November 9, 2021
|Operating system||Windows and Linux (UI-only on macOS)|
|License||Free and Commercial Support|
VTune Profiler (formerly VTune Amplifier) is a performance analysis tool for x86 based machines running Linux or Microsoft Windows operating systems. Many features work on both Intel and AMD hardware, but advanced hardware-based sampling requires an Intel-manufactured CPU.
VTune is available for free as a stand-alone tool or as part of Intel’s oneAPI Base Toolkit. Optional paid priority support is available for the oneAPI Base Toolkit.
- C, C++, Data Parallel C++ (DPC++), C#, Fortran, Java, Python, Go, OpenCL, assembly and any mix. Other native languages that follow standards can also be profiled.
- Profiles include algorithm, microarchitecture, parallelism, I/O, system, thermal throttling and accelerators (GPU and FPGA).
- Local, Remote, Server
- VTune supports local and remote performance profiling. It can be run as an application with a graphical interface, as a command line or as a server accessible by multiple users via a web browser.
- Intel Advisor - vectorization optimization
- Intel Inspector - memory & thread debugger
- Intel oneAPI base toolkit - tools and libraries for heterogenous software development (CPU, GPU, FPGA)
- oneAPI (compute acceleration)
- Intel Developer Zone
- List of performance analysis tools
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