NVIDIA GRID: An overview of vApps licensing, profiles and product

Answer ID 4148
Published 05/31/2016 01:57 PM
Updated 06/27/2016 11:33 AM

NVIDIA GRID: An overview of vApps licensing, profiles and product

NVIDIA Engineering have released a video to assist users new to NVIDIA GRID with particular emphasis on the vApps (Virtual Applications) product. Users should always consult the comprehensive documentation and set-up guides and this video is intended as an overview guide to assist them doing that.

The video is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdmFHdD5BzU

The video includes:

· An overview of the documentation available

· A-profiles such as M60-8A, M60-4A, M60-20A etc

· Concurrent user licensing

· Using the nView Desktop Manager for monitoring applications and sessions

Related Answers

· Getting started with NVIDIA GRID vGPU software licensing (GRID 2.0 and up) - Video Guide

· Where to find the drivers for NVIDIA GRID 2.0 vGPU and up, including M60 and M6 drivers

· NVIDIA vGPU for XenServer is premium Citrix-licensed feature (includes errors/symptoms if licensing is incorrect)

· A change occurs on the GRID licensing server such as IP address, or a change in account used to manage the licenses on the portal - resulting in error: FNE server is up and running". May be necessary to delete the trusted store

· NVIDIA vGPU for vSPhere/ESXi is a premium VMware-licensed feature

· NVIDIA License Server - Changing default management port value

Relevant Products

Citrix XenServer and VMware vSphere/ESXi used for GRID vGPU with RDSH products including XenApp, Horizon View with RDSH

NVIDIA GRID vGPU including boards M60 / M6 / M10

NVIDIA GRID 3.0 and up (vApps, vWks, vPC)

Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012 R2 etc

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