Heat-kubernetes Demo with AutoscalingFri 19 June 2015 by Lars Kellogg-Stedman Tags openstack heat kubernetes atomic docker
Next week is the Red Hat Summit in Boston, and I'll be taking part in a Project Atomic presentation in which I will discuss various (well, two) options for deploying Atomic into an OpenStack environment, focusing on my heat-kubernetes templates.
As part of that presentation, I've put together a short demonstration video:
This shows off the autoscaling behavior available with recent versions of these templates (and also serves as a very brief introduction to working with Kubernetes).
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