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README.md

Kubernetes Autoscaler

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This repository contains autoscaling-related components for Kubernetes.

What's inside

Cluster Autoscaler - a component that automatically adjusts the size of a Kubernetes Cluster so that all pods have a place to run and there are no unneeded nodes. Works with GCP, AWS and Azure. Version 1.0 (GA) was released with kubernetes 1.8.

Vertical Pod Autoscaler - a set of components that automatically adjust the amount of CPU and memory requested by pods running in the Kubernetes Cluster. Current state - beta.

Addon Resizer - a simplified version of vertical pod autoscaler that modifies resource requests of a deployment based on the number of nodes in the Kubernetes Cluster. Current state - beta.

Contact Info

Interested in autoscaling? Want to talk? Have questions, concerns or great ideas?

Please join us on #sig-autoscaling at https://kubernetes.slack.com/, or join one of our weekly meetings. See the Kubernetes Community Repo for more information.

Getting the Code

Fork the repository in the cloud:

  1. Visit https://github.com/kubernetes/autoscaler
  2. Click Fork button (top right) to establish a cloud-based fork.

The code must be checked out as a subdirectory of k8s.io, and not github.com.

mkdir -p $GOPATH/src/k8s.io
cd $GOPATH/src/k8s.io
# Replace "$YOUR_GITHUB_USERNAME" below with your github username
git clone https://github.com/$YOUR_GITHUB_USERNAME/autoscaler.git
cd autoscaler

Please refer to Kubernetes Github workflow guide for more details.