Amazon Linux AMI with NVIDIA GRID and TESLA 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 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 ... Read more


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Latest Version

2016.09.0.20161028 (Other available versions)


Operating System

Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux 2016.03


Delivery Method

64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



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.

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: 2016.09.0.20161028
  • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 10/17/2013

Resources

Usage Instructions

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

Support Details

Amazon Linux AMI with NVIDIA GRID and TESLA GPU Driver

Support is available through forums, technical FAQs and the Service Help Dashboard. Paid support is available.

https://forums.aws.amazon.com/forum.jspa?forumID=30

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Refund Policy

The Amazon Linux AMI with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver is free of charge.

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Pricing Details

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Hourly Fees

Total hourly fees will vary by instance type and EC2 region.

EC2 Instance Type Software EC2 Total
g2.2xlarge $0.00/hr $0.65/hr $0.65/hr
g2.8xlarge $0.00/hr $2.60/hr $2.60/hr
p2.8xlarge $0.00/hr $7.20/hr $7.20/hr
p2.xlarge $0.00/hr $0.90/hr $0.90/hr
p2.16xlarge $0.00/hr $14.40/hr $14.40/hr

EBS Magnetic volumes

  • $0.05 per GB-month of provisioned storage
  • $0.05 per 1 million I/O requests

Assumes On-Demand EC2 pricing

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Data Transfer Fees not included

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Recent Product Reviews

09/07/2016

Up to date and fully functional!

TLDR Ignore the old reviews complaining of old versions of stuff. This is running the same CUDA 7.5...

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07/07/2016

slicker than snot

Needed to do some CUDA development using a modern CUDA environment. Works great. Easily installed all...

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06/20/2016

nVidia drivers updated as of June 2016

There are lots of complaints about the old nVidia drivers. These have been updated: 2016.03.2 Point...

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02/27/2016

Drivers are outdated and lacks ecs-agent

It's a trade-off between installing drivers or other services. 1-star lost for not having updated drivers...

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09/11/2015

Does the job

We've been using this image to develop and test our genetic analysis software on GPUs. Works very well....

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