Nvidia gpu virtual machine on azure

asked 2021-11-14T08:07:02.933+00:00
Vinay Kumar 1 Reputation point

I would want to create a nvidia gpu-intel/amd cpu combination in my virtual machine but unable to find a "size" type NV8as_v4 (amd raedon graphics card & amd cpu).
But I wanted nvidia gpu for simulating and remote display purposed to my local machine.
I wanted region availability and suitable nvidia gpu for simulation purposes.
Request for relevant solutions or methods in this regard.

Thanks.

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  1. answered 2021-11-14T08:13:59.313+00:00
    Vinay Kumar 1 Reputation point

    I searched for nvidia gpu's among different "size" 's availble on azure, found out N-series provides the gpu accelerate compute resources for my vm.
    Among the NC, NDand NV series I could not find NC and ND series in any of the regions. Is this the case sometimes or how can I get access to NC and ND series gpu's from Nvdia for my azure Virtual machine.

    Thanks.

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  2. answered 2021-11-14T10:01:46.843+00:00
    Tasadduq Burney 7,146 Reputation points Microsoft MVP

    Hello Vinay!

    Hope you are having a great day!

    Thank you for asking a Question! We are Glad to Assist you!.

    Not all Azure products are available in all regions and this can make a GPU optimized machine more difficult to find. Check out the Azure Products by Region page to see where the VM SKU you are looking for is offered.

    https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/global-infrastructure/services/?products=virtual-machines

    For detailed list of available VM list, please visit the link mentioned below
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/sizes

    Try the Virtual machines selector tool to find other sizes that best fit your workload
    https://aka.ms/vm-selector

    Let me know if the above solution resolved your issue!

    Regards,
    Tasadduq Burney

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