Jason Southern (our resident NVIDIA how-to-guy) has just released a new video – “Quick run through how to set up a vGPU enabled VM on vSphere to use the vGPU in an RGS session, and how to achieve multi monitor support.”. It’s available – here. This isn’t as simple as it could be and HP and NVIDIA are continuing to work on making it simpler, in the meantime HP has worked with Jason to provide some utilities (including some based on devcon.exe); many thanks to Gary at HP!
Another 5 minute solution from our Solution Architecture team here in the UK!
Just a quick blog, to let you know another great webinar is coming up this week with a real customer available for live Q&A discussing how a real deployment was built, utilising Vmware Horizon (View), and Teracidi PCOIP hardware-encoding using NVIDIA GRID GPUs. I think these webinars are usually the most interesting particularly when the participants will be available for live Q&A. Sign-up >>>> HERE.
Just a quick blog to let you know NVIDIA’s very own vGPU/graphics/VDI guru, Jason Southern will be on a panel of similar experts for an interactive webinar hosted by Windows IT Pro.
It should be a brilliant opportunity to ask Jason and experts from VMware and HP in-depth questions about deployments. Even if you aren’t sure you can make it – do sign-up as you’ll probably get a recording! I’ve blogged about Jason’s work and brilliant how-to-videos before, so you can check out his credentials in advance from links on my blog, here!
Having the full-stack of experts with deep technical knowledge, as well as the interactive nature should make this special. To have server, GPU and VMware solutions engineers and experts in one place really will cover all your questions and give you the full picture!
Yesterday I wrote a blog about how to configure the M60 / M6 NVIDIA GPU boards for use for “graphics” mode or “compute” mode and how they were designed for different use cases such as VDI accelerated graphics and HPC (high-performance compute) respectively.
I had an enquiry this week asking what the “modeswitch tool” is and when a user should use it. Basically a GRID 1.0 K1/K2 user had been to a demo of the new GRID 2.0 M60 GPUs. As he hadn’t got M60 boards yet he didn’t have the tool and hadn’t downloaded it (so hadn’t read the very comprehensive documentation that comes with it explain when and why to use it) but he’d remembered some information from the demo and was trying to extrapolate that to his GRID 1.0 K1/K2 cards. Continue reading Mode switching on NVIDIA M60 (GRID 2.0) cards – modeswitch tool