Kubernetes Horizontal Pod Autoscaling

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This is one of the posts I have written for Loft Labs, Inc.

One of the most powerful features of Kubernetes is autoscaling, as it’s vital that we find the correct balance when scaling resources in our infrastructures. Scale up more than needed, and you will have unused resources which you must pay

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