HashiCorp Announces 1.0 Beta of Distributed Orchestrator Nomad

HashiCorp Announces 1.0 Beta of Distributed Orchestrator Nomad

HashiCorp announced version 1.0 Beta of Nomad - their orchestration framework for deploying and managing containerized and non-containerized applications.

HashiCorp announced version 1.0 Beta of Nomad - their orchestration framework for deploying and managing containerized and non-containerized applications.

Nomad was introduced in 2015. Nomad's last release - 0.9 - focused on improving its scheduling features as well on its plugin architecture. The key features in the 1.0 release include support for HashiCorp Configuration Language (HCL) v 2, Dynamic application sizing, and namespace support in the OSS version.

Nomad supports different types of schedulers for different kinds of jobs. Nomad was "very focused on being a cluster scheduler", says Mitchell Hashimoto, founder and CTO of HashiCorp, and this probably explains why some users find it less complex to manage and use than Kubernetes. Some organizations have found this to be true if the comparison is with on-premise Kubernetes. Nomad supports non-container application workloads, which Kubernetes does not. However, compared to Nomad, Kubernetes has a larger ecosystem of tools. Nomad is used at many organizations for workload scheduling including CloudflareAutodeskN26Bowery, and Roblox.

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