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Event-driven autoscaling of Kubernetes workloads using KEDA

In my previous article, we explored how to use RabbitMQ Extension for Azure Functions. We discussed how to create an Azure Function using RabbitMQ Extension. The function gets triggered when we send a message to a RabbitMQ Queue. We also discussed how to generate a Dockerfile so that we can use it in production environments.




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Krishnaraj Varma

Krishnaraj Varma

A Software Architect from Kerala, India, Open Source, Cloud Native enthusiast. Likes Golang, Rust, C/C++, Kubernetes, Kafka, etc.

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