we use Vulkan API to do some compute and rasterization tasks in headless mode, without ever presenting to screen, and we really admire the quality of Vulkan implementation on GTX/RTX/Quadro cards, but were not able to run Vulkan on Tesla cards (T4, M60, both Windows and Linux). As I see, the support is claimed in the docs here https://docs.nvidia.com/grid/latest/grid-vgpu-user-guide/index.html#api-support-vgpu and here https://docs.nvidia.com/datacenter/tesla/tesla-release-notes-410-72/index.html#hardware-software-support, but when initializing the vulkan instance, we get vk_error_initialization_failed. Vulkan Caps Viewer also reports that it cannot enumerate devices. So,
- Is it possible to run Vulkan rendering on M60/T4/V100 cards?
- Is it possible to run Vulkan in virtual environment, specifically on Amazon EC2 instances?
- Do you have any manuals on this topic/plans to support?