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CMP422 - Hands-On: Deploy Remote Graphics Desktops for Content Production

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What if you could short-circuit the ever-growing challenge of data and content synchronization or the continued maintenance of an aging physical footprint of graphics desktop infrastructure? Traditionally, companies requiring high-quality graphic desktops for their users are required to invest heavily in on-premises infrastructure. Media and entertainment customers continue to develop hybrid (on-premises to cloud) rendering as well as supply chain pipelines. Companies have leveraged cloud compute elasticity and economies of scale to deliver projects on time and under budget, but what about the user desktops? Enable on-demand "graphics and video editing" users on the desktop as easily as burst EC2 cloud compute. Hire the best talent, regardless of location or time zone, while only streaming secure pixels to a user's desktop. In this hands-on session, attendees explore the technical schema and underlying architecture of this solution and then individually build a working Windows and Linux graphics desktop based on the NVIDIA powered G3 EC2 instance type. All attendees must bring their own laptop (Windows and macOS are supported). Tablets are not appropriate. We also recommend having the current version of Chrome or Firefox and the AWS CLI already installed.

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