Docker and rkt have made it really easy to package and ship applications but running them at scale, remains a challenge. Also, not all organizations have the bandwidth to containerize their workloads. Nomad, a single binary cluster scheduler, can be used to build a multi region, self-healing production environment that runs a diverse set of workloads including non-containerized applications. Nomad is a powerful and feature-rich scheduler; we will see how it allows native execution of a diverse set of applications without the requirement to package them in a Docker image. We will also look at how we can integrate Nomad and Vault to provide dynamically generated TLS certificates and secrets to our application, how Consul and Consul Template allows us to provide configuration management and feature flagging, and how operationally simple it is to perform zero downtime updates with Blue / Green and Canary deployments. This talk will discuss the theory, and also showcase a live demo of running an application on Nomad, highlighting how simple it is to leverage the power of Nomad, Consul, and Vault to orchestrate your applications.