NVIDIA Omniverse Farm™ is a system layer that allows users to orchestrate multiple computing resources to execute batch and interactive tasks.
It is both infrastructure agnostic - meaning it can work across typical workstations, VMs, bare-metal servers, or advanced cloud scheduling platforms such as Kubernetes - and task agnostic, able to orchestrate and distribute tasks from rendering, streaming, file conversion, synthetic data generation, to simulation.
Users can leverage Farm in batch mode for ad hoc tasks such as batching rendering or batch file conversion by an arbitrary machine, or cluster of machines, that have been allocated for the specific use.
Farm is designed from the ground up to embrace the microservice architecture for flexibility and scalability.
This job definition can be onboarded onto Omniverse Farm to validate GPU based workloads are supported. For full deployment instructions of an Omniverse Farm set up we recommend going through the Cloud deployment instructions that will also cover how to install a job definition.
Cloud Deployment instructions
Omniverse Farm is offered as an NGC collection providing the helm chart, containers and job definitions to stand up an instance of Farm on top of GPU enabled Kubernetes clusters.
For Cloud Deployment installation steps, view documentation here.
Omniverse Farm usage guide
For Tutorials on how to use Omniverse Farm after installation please consult the user guide available here.
Use of Omniverse Farm is covered under the NVIDIA Omniverse License Agreement.