That concludes the getting started guide for Nomad. Hopefully you are excited about the possibilities of Nomad and ready to put this knowledge to use to improve your environment.
We've covered the basics of all the core features of Nomad in this guide. We recommend exploring the following resources as next steps.
There are many more Learn Guides to provide best practices and guidance for using and operating Nomad in a real-world production setting. Some places you might like to start are:
Deploy and Manage Nomad Jobs - More information about how to run your own workload in Nomad.
Operating Nomad Clusters - Nomad features that operators need to understand to build and maintain Nomad clusters.
Some of the guides require a Nomad cluster. You can create a cluster in AWS using our example Terraform configuration.