Whether you're working with a legacy app or a new one, Nomad can run it easily, efficiently, and reliably. See how simple it is to try out Nomad.
Nomad is an open source cluster scheduler that handles resource management and node failures across server fleets that range into the thousands. The number of containers it can deploy exceeds one million. It handles any workload, from containers to VMs.
In this hangout, HashiCorp solutions engineer Jake Lundberg will show you how to use another HashiCorp open source tool—Terraform—to automate the provisioning of a full Nomad cluster using a pre-configured Terraform Module. The module is one of HashiCorp's Nomad Guides, which allows users to easily get started with Nomad without having to worry about the different ways to configure it yet.
On the Nomad cluster, Lundberg will launch a heterogeneous application with both containerized and non-containerized microservices on this cluster.
0:00 — Intro to Nomad
5:53 — Demo: Nomad quick start on AWS
19:02 — Q&A
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