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Scaling Redis Cluster via Kubernetes Horizontal Pod Autoscaler

In this article I will take you through demo of a Horizontally Auto Scaling Redis Cluster with the help of Kubernetes HPA configuration.

Note:

  • I am using minikube for demo purpose, but the code and yaml can be used in a Kubernetes cluster with little to none modifications.
  • This is not a production ready setup. It is only a prototype.

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Sarwesh Suman

Sarwesh Suman

Senior SDE @Amazon

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