The Navops product family brings sophisticated scheduling, workflow, mixed workloads, and advanced, enterprise-proven policy management to Kubernetes container orchestration.
across teams and applications
Run containerized and non-containerized workloads on shared resources
to address job
Prioritize workloads to ensure access to needed resources and to meet SLAs
to efficiently use
Take full advantage of Kubernetes and run containers at scale with proven automated workload placement and policy management solutions that plug into any Kubernetes distribution. Deploy Navops Command to maximize shared resources and manage service applications.
Workflows lie at the heart of many business processes. Leverage proven workflow automation in Navops Command to express sophisticated job dependencies and automate complex, tedious tasks. Sequence, fork and synchronize tasks, leverage Kubernetes cron jobs, and mix YAML versions in the same flow.
Automate tasks with easy-to-use Navops Command dependency expressions:
Job 1 : <none>
Job 2 : [“Job 1”]
Job 3 : [“Job 1”]
Job 4 : [“Job 2”]
Job 5 : [“Job 2”]
Job 6 : [“Job 3”]
Job 7 : [“Job 4” , “Job 5”]
Job 8 : [“Job 6”]
Job 9 : [“Job 7” , “Job 8”]
The Universal Resource Broker (URB) enables enterprises to run Mesos compatible frameworks (including Spark, Hadoop, Storm, Jenkins, Marathon, and Chronos) along-side native Kubernetes applications and manage these services on a single Kubernetes cluster.
When URB is deployed with Navops Command, Kubernetes administrators can control resource sharing between tenants running Kubernetes applications, Mesos compatible services, and even traditional, non-container workloads.
Improve efficiency and reduce cost by allowing big data and Kubernetes applications to co-exist on the same shared infrastructure, and guarantee service levels with configurable Navops Command policies.
(Navops Command is free to up to 5 worker nodes)