NVIDIA GRID shared GPU and CUDA for VMware vSphere ESXi

How to setup and configure and NVIDIA GRID cards for Shared GPU and CUDA on VMware vSphere ESXi
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How to setup and configure NVIDIA GRID on VMware vSphere ESXi
NVIDIA GRID
NVIDIA CUDA
NVIDIA shared GPU

Requirements

  • Familiarity with VMware vSphere ESXi and NVIDIA graphics cards
  • VMware vSphere ESXi
  • Familiarity with NVIDIA hardware
  • Familiarity with NVIDIA Quadro drivers

Description

A practical walk through of installing and configuring and NVIDIA GRID GPU with vSphere for Horizon, Citrix or CUDA or AI and ML workloads.

This example in the course uses an older NVIDIA K2 as they can be found for very little money on ebay, but is also suitable for other more modern NVIDIA GRID graphics cards.

This course is suitable for users of VMware vSphere ESXi v6.x and v7.x

Who this course is for:

  • VMware administrators
  • AI and ML users
  • CAD and CAM users
  • VMware Horizon administrators
  • Citrix administrators
  • NVIDIA GRID users

Course content

10 sections10 lectures51m total length
  • Opening message from Jason Meers
    00:39

Instructor

Customer Engineer @ Google (Ex VMware)
Jason Meers
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
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I Just joined Google as a Customer Engineer (August 2021)


I was previously a Lead Architect and CTO Ambassador at VMware, covering all VMware technologies, Tanzu, Docker and Kubernetes, VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC-on-AWS), Google Cloud VMware Engine and Google Cloud Platform.

I've been a VMware Consultant, Advisor, Trainer or Employee for almost 20 Years, and currently work in the Enterprise Accounts team at VMware UK.

I also have an interest in A.I. & Machine Learning, ARM & RISC-V, DevOps/Agile/Infrastructure-as-code and LEAN manufacturing.