Green Computing with KEDA: Optimizing Resource Utilization in Kubernetes for Environmental SustainabilityCheck Reference
As organizations increasingly move to cloud-native architectures, the environmental impact of technology infrastructure is becoming more significant. To address this, we need to explore how we can optimize our cloud-native workloads for sustainability. In this talk, we'll discuss how KEDA, an open-source event-driven autoscaling solution for Kubernetes, can be used to reduce the environmental impact of cloud-native workloads by optimizing resource utilization.
The speaker will begin by introducing KEDA and explaining how it can be used to automatically scale workloads based on incoming events. The speaker will also talk about how KEDA can be used to optimize resource utilization, including best practices for configuring KEDA and Kubernetes to minimize resource waste. Further, the speaker will highlight the importance of open-source collaboration in building a more sustainable future for cloud computing and how other open-source projects can contribute to this effort.
By the end of this talk, attendees will have a solid understanding of how autoscaling with KEDA can be used to reduce the environmental impact of cloud-native workloads. They'll also come away with practical strategies for implementing sustainable DevOps practices, as well as ideas for how they can contribute to a more sustainable future for cloud computing through open-source collaboration.