Last year, I wrote that it was too early to consider GPUs for general VDI use and that they should be reserved only for VDI use cases where they are absolutely required. There were a number of reasons for this including user density per GPU, lack of monitoring and vMotion, and economics. That lead to a Frontline Chatter podcast discussing this topic in more depth with industry expert Thomas Poppelgaard.
When I wrote that post, I said that there would be a day when GPUs would make sense for all VDI deployments. That day is coming soon. There is a killer app that will greatly benefit all users (in certain cases) who have access to a GPU.
Last week, I got to spend some time out at NVIDIA’s Headquarters in Santa Clara taking part in NVIDIA GRID Days. GRID Days was a two day event interacting with the senior management…
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