Windows Server 2012 with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver

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Amazon EC2 running Microsoft Windows Server is a fast and dependable environment for deploying applications using the Microsoft Web Platform. The NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver AMI on Amazon EC2 allows application developers to run NVIDIA GeForce-optimized Microsoft Windows DirectX games and applications on AWS' high-performance, reliable, cost-effective, cloud computing platform. To begin streaming games, application developers should use the OTOY ORBX Cloud Game Console AMI available now on the Amazon Marketplace at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00FGB60MK. Or, if you have the capability to ...  Read more


Customer Rating
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5 reviews

Latest Version
1.0

Base Operating System
Windows, Windows Server 2012 6.2

Delivery Method
64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Learn more)

Support

AWS Services Required
Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS

Highlights
  • Amazon EC2 makes it easy to start and manage your Windows-based instances.
  • Amazon EC2 running Windows Server provides seamless integration with existing Amazon EC2 features like Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon CloudWatch, Elastic-Load Balancing, and Elastic IPs.
  • You can manage your Amazon EC2 resources using our web service APIs. We provide the AWS SDK for .NET that enables you to call AWS infrastructure services.

Product Description

Amazon EC2 running Microsoft Windows Server is a fast and dependable environment for deploying applications using the Microsoft Web Platform. The NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver AMI on Amazon EC2 allows application developers to run NVIDIA GeForce-optimized Microsoft Windows DirectX games and applications on AWS' high-performance, reliable, cost-effective, cloud computing platform. To begin streaming games, application developers should use the OTOY ORBX Cloud Game Console AMI available now on the Amazon Marketplace at https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B00FGB60MK. Or, if you have the capability to write your own streaming application, you can apply to get developer access to the GRID SDK at http://www.nvidia.com/object/cloud-get-started.html.

Product Details

Version: 1.0
Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 10/17/2013
Note: Always ensure your operating system is current for your needs.

Support Details

Windows Server 2012 with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver
Free support is available through forums, technical documentation, and tutorials. Paid support is available.

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Refund Policy

Windows Server 2012 with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver is free of charge.

End User License Agreement

You will have an opportunity to review your order before launching or being charged.
Pricing Details
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Hourly Fees (includes Windows Server 2012 6.2)
Total hourly fees will vary by instance type and EC2 region.
EBS Storage Fees 
You are charged once a month for both the space and performance that you reserve. Please visit the EBS page for more details.
Recent Product Reviews

04/15/2014
Product is OK; documentation is a bit lacking

GPUs don't show up under RDP! This should be front and center in every description of this product. The AMI does not ...
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01/30/2014
Interest and perspective but problematic

G2 instance is a great and probably best on-demand hour-rate GPU server offer on the market but it have two serious p...
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01/27/2014
As described

It's just the stock Windows Server 2012 Base AMI with the latest NVIDIA GRID K520 drivers (Rel. 320.59). You still...
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01/21/2014
perfect when used with TeamViewer

Remoting GPU accelerated desktop from AWS instance: using RDP at first to install TeamViewer inside the instance, an...
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12/11/2013
Boo.. Drivers do not work with remote desktop

What's the point when the main point of entry for Windows Server 12 on AWS is RDP. Having to run VNC or something el...
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