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Simple Alternative to Kubernetes: Container Orchestration with Nomad


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Sponsored by HASHICORP

Wednesday, December 2, 2020
3 p.m. ET
Nomad is a workload orchestration tool for deploying and managing applications. Nomad’s simplicity uniquely enables small, lean DevOps teams to adopt, operate, and scale their container deployment with little overhead. It is also flexible and can run either containerized or non-containerized workloads, such as java and windows applications.
During this webinar, Lance Haig, regional manager for solutions engineering at HashiCorp, will do an overview of Nomad and its features, share use cases, highlight some of the key differences from other orchestrators and will run through a technical demo. We will also leave time to allow in the end for Q&A.
Key Takeaways:
  • Overview of Nomad's Features
  • Differences between Nomad and Kubernetes
  • How to get Started with Nomad
Lance Haig
Regional Manager of Solutions Engineering - HashiCorp



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