In this Kubernetes tutorial, we will walk you through the ins and outs of Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA), a powerful Kubernetes feature that automates the process of scaling up or down pods based on CPU utilization. You'll learn how to set up HPA, configure it to work with your applications, and troubleshoot common issues. Our hands-on approach will give you practical experience in deploying and managing pods, allowing you to master HPA with ease. Whether you're a beginner to Kubernetes or an experienced professional, this tutorial is the ideal resource for anyone looking to learn HPA and enhance their Kubernetes skills. So, get ready to dive into the world of HPA and Kubernetes and start automating your pods today!

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📌HPA (Horizontal Pod Autoscaler) is a Kubernetes feature that automatically scales the number of pods in a deployment based on resource usage metrics.

📌It ensures that enough resources are available to meet the application's demand and can help improve its availability and performance.

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Kubernetes Tutorial: Hands-On Learning of Horizontal Pod Autoscaler
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