GPUs resources are available on selected providers of the EGI Cloud. These are available as specific flavours that when used to instantiate a Virtual Machine will make the hardware available to the user.
The table below summarises the available options:
|Site||VM configuration options||Flavors||Supported VOs with GPUs||Access conditions|
|IISAS-GPUCloud||up to 2 NVIDIA Tesla K20m||gpu1cpu6, gpu2cpu12||acc-comp.egi.eu, eosc-synergy.eu, enmr.eu, training.egi.eu||Sponsored access for limited testing, conditions to be negotiated for long-term usage|
|IISAS-Nebula||up to 2 NVIDIA Tesla K20m||resource_tpl#large_gpu||acc-comp.egi.eu, biomed||Sponsored access for limited testing, conditions to be negotiated for long-term usage|
|IFCA-LCG2||up to 4 NVIDIA GT200GL, up to 1 NVIDIA TITAN X, up to 10 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080Ti||Pay-per-use|
|CESNET-MCC||up to 2 NVIDIA T4||hpc.8core-64ram-nvidia-1080-glados, hpc.19core-176ram-nvidia-1080-glados, hpc.38core-372ram-nvidia-1080-glados, hpc.19core-176ram-nvidia-2080-glados, hpc.38core-372ram-nvidia-2080-glados||vo.clarin.eu, biomed, eosc-synergy.eu, peachnote.com||Sponsored, conditions to be negotiated|
GPUs sites can be accessed by different ways: via site-specific dashboards and endpoints or via common federated-cloud services like common Horizon dashboard, VMOps dashboard, or Infrastructure manager.
Site-specific dashboards and endpoints are described in the following table:
|Site||Openstack Horizon dashboard||Keystone endpoint|
A VM image with pre-installed NVIDIA driver and Docker is available at AppDB. Some VOs (acc-comp.egi.eu, eosc-synergy.eu) have the image included in the VO image list.