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Autoscaling a 1,000-nodes Kubernetes, Kafka and Elastic Stateful Cluster


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Sponsored by RED HAT MARKETPLACE and Coralogix


The biggest challenge for your Kubernetes cluster is autoscaling stateful services. In this webinar, we explain how to architect a Kubernetes cluster to meet the increasing demands of your business in a stable and cost-efficient way. From observability to autoscaling to architecture, you’ll learn practical techniques that you can apply to your own infrastructure that will significantly improve stability and performance. Learn how to decrease cloud costs using practical techniques.

Oded David
Head of DevSecOps - Coralogix
Oded David is a former DevOps team leader at Big Panda & Cisco Systems. He has over 10 years of experience in DevOps and team leadership. Oded specializes in big data and distributed systems.

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