Building Cross-architecture, Cross-vendor Tools for HPC Application Developers

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Just as a carpenter needs tools to build a house, a developer needs tools to write code and programs. This often means relying on other coders to develop tools and building on that foundation. Xiaozhu Meng, a research scientist at Rice University shares the progress of the HPC Toolkit Project. It’s focused on performance tuning – to help with problems like how to map the performance numbers from machine-code back to a higher-level programming language construct; or for GPUs, doing fine-grained management to manage performance inside kernels. He also discusses exascale computing, and how oneAPI fits in the mix for tools to help developers. Listen in. [20:30]

Xiaozhu Meng, research scientist focused on HPC developer tools, Rice University
Sujata Tibrewala, Intel oneAPI developer community manager

To learn more:
How to use HPC Toolkit Project (YouTube video)
HPC Toolkit Project on Intel® DevMesh

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