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Version: 2.34.0

Auto Scale

Auto-scaling is a powerful method for automatically adjusting the number of instances or resources allocated to a service based on fluctuating workload demands. Aperture's closed-loop control policies provide an ideal solution for defining auto-scaling criteria. Aperture Agents interface with infrastructure APIs to perform auto-scaling. For example, Aperture Agents can call Kubernetes APIs to perform auto-scaling of any scalable resource in a Kubernetes cluster.

Auto Scaling

Auto Scaling


Aperture performs auto-scaling based on Signals in an Aperture policy.

  • Kubernetes: Auto-scaling any scalable resource in a Kubernetes cluster can be achieved using Aperture. To achieve this, you must first ensure that an Aperture Agent is installed on the cluster, and then configure auto-scaling policies at the Aperture Controller.