Deploying applications to Kubernetes is one thing, but how do you scale them? Horizontal Pod Autoscalers to the rescue! But when you want to scale on external providers such as Kafka, Redis, or another dependency it is not a walk in the park anymore.
Enter Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) which allows you to take your existing apps and easily configure how they should scale without having to worry about the magic! Using Kafka, Azure, AWS, GCP, Prometheus, etc? Don't worry, we've got your back!
Join this talk to learn what KEDA is, how simple it is to get started and why it makes application autoscaling so easy!
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I have been working around software development for more than 6 years. Involving development, infrastructure architecture, monitoring, etc.
Currently, I work as SRE in Docplanner Tech, "Making the healthcare experience more human". Also, I have been awarded with Microsoft MVP for 3 years in row and nowadays, I invest the majority of my free time contributing to KEDA.
I'm proud about my puppies and my wife, and I use the rest of the time with them.
Tom is a Software Engineer at Microsoft working on Azure API Management and is a CNCF Ambassador since 2020.
Previously he worked for Codit as an Azure Architect & containerization practice lead. He was recognized as a Microsoft Azure MVP & Advisor from 2014 to 2021, one of the first GitHub Stars.
You can find him around on GitHub maintaining KEDA, Promitor, Kubernetes Event Grid Bridge & Azure Deprecation.
He turns coffee into scalable & secure cloud systems and writes about his adventures on blog.tomkerkhove.be.