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Tuesday, October 27 • 16:25 - 16:35
Lightning Talk: A Brisk Introduction and Demo of KEDA - Kubernetes Event Driven Autoscaling - Sagar Joshi, Microsoft

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KEDA (Kubernetes Event Driven Autoscaling) an opensource framework developed by Microsoft and Redhat which enables Kubernetes workloads (Pods) to scale according to events. The built-in HPA (Horizontal Pod Auoscaler) of Kubernetes scales according to CPU/memory of pods but autoscaling with custom events like queue length or number of events or other metrics requires large amount of coding and deep knowledge of operators. KEDA framework supports autoscaling pods with a variety of event-driven systems like Kafka topics, Redis cache, Prometheus metrics and many Cloud-based service-based messaging service. In this session we will see architecture of KEDA and a demo of POD autoscaling through one of Cloud-based messaging services.

KEDA can be paired with Virtual Kubelet to implement Serverless scaling scenarios,

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Sagar Joshi

Partner Technology Strategist, Microsoft
Sagar works as a Partner Technology Strategist with Microsoft. He has a decade-long experience working with developers, architects and is a certified cloud professional with special interests in AI, ML and open-source technologies. He tweets at @sagarjms

Tuesday October 27, 2020 16:25 - 16:35 GMT
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