A multi-cluster batch queuing system for high-throughput workloads on Kubernetes.

Armada was accepted to CNCF on July 25, 2022 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.

Latest tweets from Armada

Stroustrup is now included in the official #fsharp style guide:

Tremendous thanks to @rawdeg for all his hard work on this and his implementations in the #fantomas codebase.

Please sponsor him over at

Ironic and Kubernetes are made for each other. Ironic feeds the hungry hardware beast via Metal3

Thanks to our friends in Japan:

...and Finland:

for spreading the word!

OpenStack and Kubernetes both have a place in your cloud!

We're proud to announce our sponsorship of the British Physics Olympiad. A charitable trust, @TheBPhO encourages the study of physics & recognises excellence through a number of annual competitions.


Are you a @kubernetesio user like us? Our Armada project is fundamentally about being able to hook together many k8s clusters into a gigantic sort of meta-cluster, but if you’re having problems just debugging apps on a single k8s cluster, a guide like this is very helpful.