We are in the final stage of preparing a quote for a large virtual desktop environment that will make heavy use of GRID.
This environment involves close to 90 branch locations, and we expect the transition to move in phases. Our proposal involves hosting the virtual desktops at the branch locations as well as some in our datacenter.
We are building the pricing model now, and because of the need for 100’s of high-end users we have many nodes configured for only 2 users per physical GPU (M-60).
This presents a problem with pricing if a branch office rolls out VMware Horizon and we have an odd number of high-end users. We would essentially have a single high-end user with a node dedicated to them, unless we could also place several standard users on the same physical GPU.
I found a PDF titled nvidia-grid-vgpu-user-guide which contains the statement on page 51 that says “Note: Due to vGPU’s requirement that only one type of vGPU can run on a physical GPU at any given time, not all physical GPUs may be available to host the vGPU type required by the new VM.”