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The NVIDIA GPU Operator manages NVIDIA GPU resources in a Kubernetes cluster and automates tasks related to bootstrapping GPU nodes. Since the GPU is a special resource in the cluster, it requires a few components to be installed before application workloads can be deployed onto the GPU. These components include the NVIDIA drivers (to enable CUDA), Kubernetes device plugin, container runtime and others such as automatic node labelling, monitoring and more.
A Helm chart is provided for easily deploying the GPU operator in a cluster to provision the NVIDIA software on GPU-enabled nodes.
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For information on platform support and getting started, visit the official documentation repository.
The NVIDIA GPU Operator source code is is licensed under Apache 2.0 and contributions are accepted with a DCO. See the contributing document for more information on how to contribute and the release artifacts.
The NVIDIA GPU Operator includes components governed by the following NVIDIA End User License Agreements. By installing and using the GPU Operator, you accept the terms and conditions of these licenses.
Since the underlying images may include components licensed under open-source licenses such as GPL, the sources for these components are archived on the CUDA opensource index.
The GPU Operator is open-source. For more information on contributions and release artifacts, see the GitHub repo