Nsight Systems 2024.2 Release Announcement | Desktop-Server (x86-64|Power9|Arm SBSA)

The latest update to NVIDIA Nsight Systems - a triage and performance analysis tool designed to track GPU workloads to their CPU origins within a system-wide view. With features help you analyze your applications’ GPU utilization, graphic and compute API activity, and OS runtime operations. This helps optimize your application to perform and scale efficiently across any quantity or size of CPUs and GPUs—from workstations to supercomputers.—is now available for download. Nsight Systems 2024.2 introduces several improvements aimed to enhance the profiling experience.

Check out the GTC ‘24 Nsight Systems demo video to see what’s new in this release:

Scale AI Applications to the Data Center and Cloud with NVIDIA Nsight Systems (youtube.com)

2024.2 highlights

  • Kubernetes & Helm injection support
    • Available now through NVIDIA NGC Catalog
    • Additional compatible with Azure AKS, AWS EKS, Google GKE, Oracle OKE
  • NVIDIA Nsight Tools JupyterLab Extension for cell profiling
  • Analysis Recipes
    • Communications
      • NVIDIA NIC/HCA Throughputs
      • NCCL identification
      • Compute overlap
    • CUDA Graphs
    • Heatmap overview graphs
    • Diff overview graphs
    • Performance improvements
  • Windows OpenXR trace
    • Trace OpenXR API calls
    • Display xrBeginFrame/xrEndFrame frame boundaries on the timeline
    • Display XR_EXT_debug_utils markers
  • Windows D3D12 Work Graphs trace
  • Windows CPU per-core type info (Performance|Efficient)
  • Windows report finalization performance
  • UX and performance improvements
    • Y-axis labels on the timeline
  • InfiniBand network information - switch and node names instead of IDs

Nsight Systems is part of the powerful debugging and profiling NVIDIA Nsight Tools Suite. A developer can start with Nsight Systems for an overall system view and avoid picking less efficient optimizations based on assumptions and false-positive indicators.

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