Navops Command augments and enhances the Kubernetes scheduler to delivers advanced workload placement, policy management and scheduling for containerized workloads. Enterprises achieve improved multi-tenancy and advanced resource management on their clusters. Navops Command leverages our proven, sophisticated policy system and automates resource management across on-premise, cloud, or hybrid infrastructures.
Kubernetes Architecture with Navops Command
Navops Command is easy to install, runs as a pod, and plugs into any Kubernetes distribution. The product includes a web-UI, a CLI, and a REST API to configure and control scheduling policies. Policy highlights include runtime resource quotas, advanced access controls and dynamic proportional resource shares.
Bringing Mixed Workloads to Kubernetes
With the addition of Univa Grid Engine running as a pod within the Kubernetes environment, we seamlessly can turn a Kubernetes cluster into a mixed environment capable of running microservices workloads and non-containerized workloads on the same cluster.
Univa Grid Engine running inside Kubernetes:
To run non-containerized, batch workloads, Navops Command makes use of Univa Grid Engine as a workload processing service deployed on Kubernetes. This opens the Kubernetes ecosystem up to the management of thousands of applications and hundreds of workflows that are already integrated with Univa Grid Engine. Other applications can be easily integrated.
Additionally, Navops Command provides high-level policies to dynamically control the footprint of the Univa Grid Engine workload processing service, along with other applications and services running on Kubernetes. By combining Navops Command with Univa Grid Engine on Kubernetes, customers gain complete control of legacy, next generation, and containerized applications in a single, cohesive solution.To learn more about how Navops Command can help you to manage your existing workloads, visit us at Navops.io
To view a brief video demo of Navops Command running mixed workloads with Univa Grid Engine on OpenShift/Kubernetes, click here