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VTune Profiler
Developer(s)Intel Developer Products
Stable release
2024.0 / November 15, 2023; 7 months ago (2023-11-15)[1]
Operating systemWindows and Linux (UI-only on macOS)
LicenseFree and Commercial Support
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VTune Profiler[2][3][4][5] (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 the advanced hardware-based sampling features require an Intel-manufactured CPU.

VTune is available for free as a stand-alone tool or as part of the Intel oneAPI Base Toolkit.


C, C++, Data Parallel C++ (DPC++),[6][7] C#, Fortran, Java, Python, Go, OpenCL, assembly and any mix. Other native programming languages that adhere to common standards can also be profiled.
Profiles include algorithm, microarchitecture, parallelism, I/O, system, thermal throttling, and accelerators (GPU and FPGA).[citation needed]
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.[citation needed]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Intel® VTune Profiler Release Notes and New Features". software.intel.com.
  2. ^ "Intel VTune | Argonne Leadership Computing Facility". www.alcf.anl.gov. Retrieved 2020-12-09.
  3. ^ Damle, Milind (2019). "My Experience tuning big data workloads and applications" (PDF). SPDK.IO.
  4. ^ "Finding Hotspots in Your Code with the Intel VTune Command-Line Interface – HECC Knowledge Base". www.nas.nasa.gov. Retrieved 2020-12-09.
  5. ^ Singer, Matthew (2019-08-07). "Accelerating Hadoop at Twitter with NVMe SSDs: A Hybrid Approach" (PDF). Flash memory Summit.
  6. ^ Black, Doug (2020-04-01). "Breaking Boundaries with Data Parallel C++". insideHPC. Retrieved 2020-12-08.
  7. ^ "Intel oneAPI DPC++ Compiler 2020-06 Released With New Features – Phoronix". www.phoronix.com. Retrieved 2020-12-09.

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