The Monitor application offers detailed information and control options for each job and Slave in your farm. It provides normal users a means of monitoring and controlling their jobs, and it gives administrators options for configuring and controlling the entire render farm.
Integrated Job Submission Interface
The submission dialogs are used to submit rendering jobs to Deadline®. They are either written in their respective application's own scripting language and integrate directly into the software, or they are written in Python and can be accessed from the Submit menu in the Deadline® Monitor.
The Slave is the application that controls the rendering applications.
Pulse is an optional mini server application that performs maintenance operations on the farm, and manages more advanced features like Auto Configuration, Power Management, Slave Throttling, Statistics Gathering, and the Web Service.
An optional Cloud-controller application that can create and terminate Cloud instances based on things like available jobs and budget settings.
Deadline is on-demand!
Bundles of hourly licensing can be purchased via the Thinkbox Store, with minutes consumed only while the Deadline Slave application is rendering.
Deadline 8 introduces on-demand licensing for Krakatoa and Sequoia, as well as third-party applications from Chaos Group, Foundry, Next Limit and more.