Rightsizing workloads in Kubernetes

English Intermediate Other

In this session, we'll show how to use the KEDA autoscaler to drive the scaling of any workload in Kubernetes based on the number of events needing to be processed, ensuring that we always have the best cost vs. performance ratio.


Nuno Guedes

Thinking of clouds and containers | Speaker | Microsoft MVP for Azure

I am the Cloud Compute Lead at Millennium bcp, Portugal's largest privately-owned bank, with several years of experience in designing and leading the implementation of cloud-based solutions prioritizing containers and serverless. In addition to the Cloud Compute team, I am responsible for the Infrastructure Automation and Observability teams at Millennium bcp. I am also a Microsoft MVP for Azure, in recognition of my expertise and contributions to the Azure community. My mission is to find answers to complex and strategic challenges in cloud computing, engaging diverse and distributed teams, delivering unique and class-leading solutions, and fostering a culture of teamwork and continuous improvement. I have a proven track record of delivering business value through IT-based products and frameworks in areas such as immutable infrastructure, infrastructure as code, Kubernetes, and observability patterns. I am passionate about learning new technologies and sharing my knowledge as a speaker and writer.

Diego Marques

Cloud Delivery Lead at Millennium BCP

Cloud Delivery Lead at Millennium BCP

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