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Hi, i know this can sounds dumb, but i'm preety new to this, sorry for anything, so here is my question: i just applied for the 90 days test at this link: https://enterpriseproductregistration.nvidia.com/?LicType=EVAL&ProductFamily=vGPU&ncid=undefined My question is, this evaluation don't provide an access to a virtual gpu cloud hosted by nvidia right? Just the license of a software to virtualize my own gpus that i already have it? Thanks in advance, best regards.
Hi, i know this can sounds dumb, but i'm preety new to this, sorry for anything, so here is my question:
i just applied for the 90 days test at this link: https://enterpriseproductregistration.nvidia.com/?LicType=EVAL&ProductFamily=vGPU&ncid=undefined

My question is, this evaluation don't provide an access to a virtual gpu cloud hosted by nvidia right? Just the license of a software to virtualize my own gpus that i already have it?
Thanks in advance, best regards.

#1
Posted 10/07/2020 01:00 PM   
Hi, yes you are absolutely right. It's just the licenses and access to download and activation section in Nvidias Licensing Portal for Nvidia vGPUs solution (license server, vGPU Manager and in Guest drivers etc) to test the different vGPU profiles on top of your very own vGPU capable physical GPUs with your supported Hypervisor. https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/data-center/resources/vgpu-certified-servers/ https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/index.html All dependencies are listed there. Cheers, Ron.
Hi,

yes you are absolutely right. It's just the licenses and access to download and activation section in Nvidias Licensing Portal for Nvidia vGPUs solution (license server, vGPU Manager and in Guest drivers etc) to test the different vGPU profiles on top of your very own vGPU capable physical GPUs with your supported Hypervisor.


https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/data-center/resources/vgpu-certified-servers/

https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/index.html


All dependencies are listed there.

Cheers,
Ron.

#2
Posted 10/07/2020 04:38 PM   
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