Vertical Pod Autoscaler deep dive, limitations and real-world examples

Unfortunately, there’s a lack of good, useful examples on the Internet regarding how the Kubernetes Vertical Pod Autoscaler (VPA) actually works; since I already had to spend a great deal of my time to figure things out, I hope this will prove useful to others as well.

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Interesting challenges I faced during my IT operations/DevOps journey and some other related things

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