NVIDIA NEO v2.7
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NVIDIA® NEO® is a powerful platform for managing scale-out computing networks. NEO enables data center operators to efficiently provision, monitor and operate the modern data center fabric. NEO serves as interface to the fabric, thus extending existing tools capabilities into monitoring and provisioning the data center network. NEO uses an extensive set of REST APIs to allow access to fabric-related data and provisioning activities. NEO eliminates the complexity of fabric management. It automates the configuration of devices, provides deep visibility into traffic and health, and provides early detection of errors and failures.
The documentation here relates to:
This manual is intended for cluster and data center administrators who are responsible for the deployment, configuration, and day-to-day maintenance of NVIDIA devices.
To download product software, please refer to the NEO Software Download product page.
Document Revision History
A list of the changes made to the user manual are provided in User Manual Revision History.
The following table describes typographical conventions in NVIDIA documentation. All terms refer to isolated terms within body text or regular table text unless otherwise mentioned in the Notes column.
Term, Construct, Text Block
File name, pathname
Console session (code)
Complete sample line or block. Comprises both input and output.
The code can also be shaded.
Linux shell prompt
The "#"character stands for the Linux shell prompt.
< > or 
Strings in < > or [ ] are descriptions of what will actually be shown on the screen, for example, the contents of <your ip> could be 192.168.1.1
For additional information, see the following documents and links:
- NVIDIA NEO® REST API User Manual
- NVIDIA NEO® SDK User Manual
- Telemetry Agent User Manual
- Free online training
The following conventions might appear in this document.
Note: Identifies important information that contains helpful suggestions
Warning: Alerts you to the risk of personal injury, system damage, or loss of data.
Alert: Warns you that failure to take or avoid a specific action might result in personal injury or a malfunction of the hardware or software. Be aware of the hazards involved with electrical circuitry and be familiar with standard practices for preventing accidents before you work on any equipment.