Posts under Kubernetes Autoscaling
One of the strengths of Kubernetes as a container orchestrator lies in its ability to manage and respond to dynamic environments. One example is Kubernetes’ native capability to perform effective autoscaling of resources. However, Kubernetes does not support just a single autoscaler or autoscaling approach. In this post, we discuss the three forms of Kubernetes capacity autoscaling. 1. Pod Replica Count For many applications with usage that varies over time, you may want to add or remove pod replicas in response to changes in demand for those applications.