Quadro Virtual Workstation on Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud Release Notes

Release information for all users of NVIDIA Quadro Virtual Workstation on AWS EC2.

1. Release Notes

These Release Notes summarize current status, information on validated platforms, and known issues with NVIDIA® Quadro® Virtual Workstation on Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud.

2. Validated Platforms

Quadro Virtual Workstation supports NVIDIA GPUs with several Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud images and guest operating systems.

2.1. Supported Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud Instance Types

This release of Quadro Virtual Workstation is supported with the Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud instance types listed in the tables. Each instance type is configured with a specific number of NVIDIA GPUs in GPU pass through mode.

G4 Instance Types

Instance Type NVIDIA GPU Quantity
g4dn.xlarge NVIDIA T4 1
g4dn.2xlarge NVIDIA T4 1
g4dn.4xlarge NVIDIA T4 1
g4dn.8xlarge NVIDIA T4 1
g4dn.12xlarge NVIDIA T4 4
g4dn.16xlarge NVIDIA T4 1

P3 Instance Types

Instance Type NVIDIA GPU Quantity
p3.2xlarge NVIDIA V100 1
p3.8xlarge NVIDIA V100 4
p3.16xlarge NVIDIA V100 8
p3.24xlarge NVIDIA V100 8

2.2. Guest OS Support

Quadro Virtual Workstation is available on Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud images preconfigured with a choice of 64-bit Windows releases and Linux distributions as a guest OS.

Windows Guest OS Support

Quadro Virtual Workstation is available on Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud VMs preconfigured only with following 64-bit Windows releases as a guest OS:

Note:

If a specific release, even an update release, is not listed, it’s not supported.

  • Windows Server 2019
  • Windows Server 2016

2.2.2. Linux Guest OS Support

Quadro Virtual Workstation is available on Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud VMs preconfigured only with the following Linux releases as a guest OS:

Note:

If a specific release, even an update release, is not listed, it’s not supported.

  • Amazon Linux 2
  • CentOS 7.6
  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

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