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In this video, Daniel Moth demonstrates features in Visual Studio 2010 that make it easy for developers to debug MPI applications. You can see how easy it is to start using the MPI cluster debugger, which allows developers to easily launch an MPI application on multiple nodes, set breakpoints, and examine the application during the run -- both on a local machine or a remote cluster. In addition, the Parallel Patterns Library (PPL) is also shown, demonstrating how MPI applications can be written using both multiple nodes and multiple threads.
Read more about this feature on this blog post: MPI Cluster Debugger.
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