Cloud Masters Episode #109
Scaling K8s Workloads Beyond Metrics: Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) Explained
Covering the purpose and use cases of KEDA, best practices, common pitfalls, and wrapping up with a scale-from-zero KEDA demo
Cloud Masters Episode #109

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Cloud Masters
Cloud Masters
Scaling K8s Workloads Beyond Metrics: Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) Explained
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Scaling K8s Workloads Beyond Metrics: Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) Explained
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About the guests

Chimbu Chinnadurai
Chimbu is a Senior Cloud Architect at DoiT International, specializing in Kubernetes services.
Miguel de Lucas Manzano
Miguel is a Cloud Architect at DoiT International specialized in Google Kubernetes Engine and Google Cloud services.
Chimbu is a Senior Cloud Architect at DoiT International, specializing in Kubernetes services.
Miguel is a Cloud Architect at DoiT International specialized in Google Kubernetes Engine and Google Cloud services.

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