Amazon Linux AMI with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver

The Amazon Linux AMI is a supported and maintained Linux image provided by Amazon Web Services for use on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). It provides a stable, secure, and high performance execution environment for the NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver AMI which allows application developers to run NVIDIA GeForce-optimized games and applications from the cloud on Amazon EC2. Amazon Web Services provides ongoing security and maintenance updates to all instances running Amazon Linux AMIs. The Amazon Linux with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver is provided at no additional charge to Amazon EC2 users. For ...  Read more


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Latest Version

Base Operating System
Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux 2015.03

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

Support

AWS Services Required
Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS

Highlights
  • AWS Integration - The Amazon Linux AMI includes packages and configurations that provide tight integration with Amazon Web Services.
  • Secure Configuration - The configuration of the Amazon Linux AMI enhances security by focusing on two main security goals: limiting access and reducing software vulnerabilities.
  • Package Repository Access - The Amazon Linux AMI is designed to be used in conjunction with online package repositories hosted in each Amazon EC2 region.

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Product Description

The Amazon Linux AMI is a supported and maintained Linux image provided by Amazon Web Services for use on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). It provides a stable, secure, and high performance execution environment for the NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver AMI which allows application developers to run NVIDIA GeForce-optimized games and applications from the cloud on Amazon EC2. Amazon Web Services provides ongoing security and maintenance updates to all instances running Amazon Linux AMIs. The Amazon Linux with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver is provided at no additional charge to Amazon EC2 users. For developers interesting in writing your own streaming application, you can apply to get developer access to the GRID SDK at https://developer.nvidia.com/grid-app-game-streaming . If you are not a developer and wish to stream your own applications and games from Amazon, we recommend using TeamViewer http://www.teamviewer.com .

Product Details

Version: 2015.03.1
Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 10/17/2013
Note: Always ensure your operating system is current for your needs.

Usage Instructions

Once the instance has launched connect to it via SSH with 'ec2-user'.

Support Details

Amazon Linux AMI with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver
Support is available through forums, technical FAQs and the Service Help Dashboard. Paid support is available.

AWS Infrastructure

AWS Support is a one-on-one, fast-response support channel that is staffed 24x7x365 with experienced and technical support engineers. The service helps customers of all sizes and technical abilities to successfully utilize the products and features provided by Amazon Web Services. Learn more

Refund Policy

The Amazon Linux AMI 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
Total hourly fees will vary by instance type and EC2 region.
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You are charged once a month for both the space and performance that you reserve. Please visit the EBS pricing for more details.

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Recent Product Reviews

05/02/2015
No OpenGL GUI

Was not able to get an OpenGL enabled GUI to run on this platform so i wasn't able to test the features i needed to
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04/14/2015
Not up-to-date and rather poor

The drivers that are shipped with this image are not particularly up-to-date, even though the image apparently has be...
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03/23/2015
Useless and waste of time

I couldn't access my instance. I am using AWS for two year and have already spent 20KUSD, but I couldn't find any he...
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01/20/2015
Ugly image

This Amazon Linux is ugly. Extremely old soft (for example boost is of 1.53 version, which is nearly 2 years old, the...
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01/17/2015
Drivers

Out of date drivers for this machine, not worth updating as does not work! Installed latest version and got errors.
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