Intel® XPU Manager
A solution for monitoring and managing your Intel® Data Center GPUs
Intel® XPU Manager can be used standalone through its command line interface (CLI) to manage GPUs locally, or through its RESTful API to manage GPUs remotely. Moreover, Intel XPU Manager can also be integrated as a library into 3rd party solutions. Intel® XPU System Management Interface (SMI) is a daemon-less version of Intel® XPU Manager that can be used through its CLI.
We are working with a variety of Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) that develop cluster and workload managers, resource schedulers, and monitoring solutions to integrate Intel XPU Manager to support Intel Data Center GPUs.
Yes, Intel is also releasing a docker container image that allows Intel XPU Manager to be used within a Kubernetes environment and provide GPU telemetry that is compatible with Prometheus and can be visualized in Grafana.
The source code and packages for Ubuntu, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and Windows can be downloaded from GitHub, and the docker container image is available on DockerHub.
Intel® XPU Manager supports all Intel® Data Center GPUs.
- Intel® XPU Manager currently supports Ubuntu 20.04.3 and 22.04, RHEL 8.5 and 8.6, CentOS 7.4 and 7.9, CentOS 8 Stream, SLES 15 SP3, as well as Windows Server 2019 and 2022 (with limited features).
- Intel® XPU System Management Interface currently supports Ubuntu 20.04.3 and 22.04, RHEL 8.6, CentOS 8 Stream, and SLES 15 SP4.