KEDAHttp

Join Aaron Schlesinger to learn more about KEDAHttp. This project implements a prototype of auto-scaling containers based on HTTP requests. As requests come into the system, the container(s) that are equipped to handle that request may or may not be running and ready to accept it. If there are sufficient containers available, the request is routed to one of them. If there are not, a container is started and the request is routed to it when it's ready, courtesy of KEDA.
After his presentation there will time for Q&A.


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Aaron Schlesinger

Aaron Schlesinger

Go, Kubernetes, Rust, GopherCon program committee, @azureadvocates

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