Better by Any Measure: NVIDIA Offers Industry's First Complete Virtual GPU Monitoring.
Developers can now access our NVIDIA Virtual GPU software management SDK to build monitoring and management solutions optimized for their GPU enabled virtual infrastructure.
The NVIDIA Virtual GPU software management SDK provides an open platform for ISV’s and organizations deploying NVIDIA virtualization solutions. The SDK enables developers to build monitoring and management solutions that can provide data-driven insights into how their GPU-accelerated environment is performing.
User experience is central to ensuring desktop virtualization success, and more organizations are looking for a lifecycle approach that extends from design to operations to support. The NVIDIA Virtual GPU software management SDK exposes valuable information that can aid IT across the lifecycle of a VDI deployment. NVIDIA taking this open platform approach to make it easier for every organization to tap into the power of the GPU to deliver a better user experience for all.
Using the NVIDIA Virtual GPU software management SDK, developers can create the tools and solutions that IT needs to ensure a consistently great user experience delivered with an optimized infrastructure that scales cost-effectively.
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|Operating System||Windows 7, 8, 10, Server 2008R2, Server 2012, Server 2016 and 64-bit Linux|
Compatible NVIDIA Virtual GPU certified servers with Tesla M6, M10, M60, P40, P6, P100 and P4.
Linux drivers from 384.73
Windows drivers from 385.41
NVIDIA Virtual GPU software management SDK extends NVML to add support for vGPU Monitoring. ISVs, customers and end users have built or incorporated GPU monitoring information into their tools and products such as:
Access a 90-day evaluation license to test drive NVIDIA Virtual GPU, a true, workstation-like experience is now possible on a virtual desktop