We're excited to announce the general availability of Nomad 0.11.
Nomad is a simple and flexible workload orchestrator that enables organizations to easily deploy and manage containers and non-containerized applications at scale. Nomad is widely adopted and used in production at organizations like PagerDuty, Target, Trivago, Pandora, Roblox, and more.
Nomad 0.11 delivers a set of new features including extensible, pluggable storage volumes and autoscaling to enhance its core orchestration capabilities. For enterprise customers, audit logging brings administrative visibility and operational traceability to fulfill compliance requirements.
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Key highlights of this release:
Container Storage Interface (CSI)BETA: Deploy stateful applications on Nomad using storage volumes from any third-party provider of choice.
AutoscalingTECH PREVIEW: Dynamically scale application instances based on real-time load or business SLAs without manual intervention.
Task Dependencies: Define and run interdependent workloads in sequence.
Remote Exec (UI): Directly execute commands in a running allocation through the Nomad UI.
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Audit Logging (Enterprise): Provide administrators with a complete set of records for all user-issued actions in Nomad.
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Thank you to the community for providing feedback on the beta and release candidate versions of Nomad 0.11. The full list of changes can be viewed in the v0.11 changelog. Learn more about Nomad at the HashiCorp Learn website.
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