Learn the features operators will need to build and maintain Nomad clusters.
Join nodes to create a Nomad cluster. Learn manual clustering and automatic
clustering using cloud auto-join or Consul.
Submit jobs or interact with the HTTP API targeting any region, from any
server, even if that server resides in a different region.
Segment jobs and their associated objects from each other and other users of
the cluster using Nomad namespaces.
Learn how Nomad migrates workloads during migration events, like node drains
for maintenance. Explore the defaults and learn how to customize the migration
configuration for your own applications.
Don't panic! Learn the steps necessary to recover a single node failure,
multi-node failure, or a complete loss of quorum. Recovery requires an
operator to intervene, but it is straightforward.
Collect metrics on Nomad using Prometheus after enabling telemetry on Nomad
server and client nodes.
Configure and use Autopilot to help maintain your cluster and enable advanced
scaling and upgrade features.
Build a reverse proxy for the Nomad UI using NGINX. Learn about the
technologies used in the Nomad UI and considerations necessary when making
your own reverse proxy configuration.
Deploy applications to multiple federated Nomad clusters with configurable
rollout and rollback strategies.