Beyond Application Profiling to System Aware Analysis
Application profiling tools typically analyze the performance of an application in isolation. These tools provide timings for functions and sometimes on a per-line-of-code basis. This is useful, of course, but sometimes the analysis needs to look at a broader perspective. Embedded systems are usually complex, multi-process and, now, multi-processor.
Join Bill Graham and Elena Laskavaia as they explore the different forms of application analysis and introduce QNX's new application profiler capabilities that allow for application and system aware analysis.
This seminar will discuss different techniques for analyzing applications and show how QNX displays the results graphically in an Eclipse-based IDE. Attendees will learn about different approaches to:
- data analysis
- visualization of resultant profiles
Estimated length: 1 hour, including Q & A.
Who should attend: This seminar is best suited for software developers and engineers in the embedded industry.
Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this session.
Bill Graham has over 18 years of experience in the software industry, including embedded and real-time systems development, UML modeling, and object-oriented design. At QNX Software Systems, Bill Graham is responsible for product marketing for core QNX products: QNX Neutrino RTOS QNX Momentics Tool Suite. Prior to QNX, Bill has held product management and marketing positions at IBM, Rational, Klocwork, and ObjecTime. Bill holds a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Electrical Engineering from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
Elena Laskavaia has over 10 years of experience in the software industry, including software tools development, such as parsers, software static and runtime analysis engines, and user interface analysis and design. She currently works as project team lead for development tools at QNX Software Systems. Prior to joining QNX, Elena held software development positions at Klocwork and Nortel.
Elena has a Master's Degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Moscow State University, Russia.
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