Use case

Non-containerized application orchestration

Modernize non-containerized applications without the need to refactor or rewrite.


Migrating existing applications to containers can be challenging

Once an organization has started to develop new container-native applications, it isn't uncommon to start thinking about how you can bring those benefits to existing applications. Most companies are taking an incremental migration approach that often requires multi-year efforts to fully refactor or rewrite the legacy applications.


Bring orchestration benefits to all your applications and migrate at your own pace

Nomad's flexible workload support enables an organization to run containerized, non-containerized, and batch applications, allowing companies to migrate at their own pace and maintain one single workflow during the whole journey. Nomad natively supports running legacy applications, static binaries, Java JARs, QEMU virtual machines, and simple OS commands directly while bringing bin packing, automation, multi-upgrade strategies, and many other modern orchestration benefits without the cost of rewriting or refactoring.

Customer case study

Workload orchestration never sleeps

Learn how Q2 achieved faster and more reliable deployments by using Nomad to orchestrate their Linux and Windows applications.

  • 65%

    reduction in downtime

  • 37K+

    orchestrated applications

  • 1M

    logins processed per hour

Get started managing non-containerized applications with Nomad

Nomad addresses the technical complexity of managing workloads in production at scale by providing a simple and flexible workload orchestrator across distributed infrastructure and clouds.

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