Working with Metrics Server and Horizontal Pod Autoscaling in Kubernetes

Prevent your system use too many resources when it’s not needed, and be ready to scale your software when the load is high.

First, we need to understand how Horizontal Pod Autoscaling is working before we use it.

When you create a Horizontal Pod Autoscaling (HPA) configuration you will select a deployment it should take care of. In this deployment, you have a configuration to explain your request…




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Paris Nakita Kejser

Paris Nakita Kejser

DevOps Engineer, Software Architect, Software Developer, Data Scientist and identify me as a non-binary person.

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