Kubernetes Workload Latest
Scale applications based on the count of running pods that match the given selectors.
triggers: - type: kubernetes-workload metadata: podSelector: 'app=backend' value: '0.5' activationValue: '3.1'
podSelector- Label selector that will be used to get the pod count. It supports multiple selectors split by a comma character (
,). It also supports set-based requirements and a mix of them.
value- Target relation between the scaled workload and the amount of pods which matches the selector. It will be calculated following this formula:
relation = (pods which match selector) / (scaled workload pods). (This value can be a float)
activationValue- Target value for activating the scaler. Learn more about activation here.(Default:
0, Optional, This value can be a float)
💡 Note: The search scope is limited to the namespace where the
The count excludes terminated pods, i.e. pod status
The own KEDA’s identity is used to list the pods, so no extra configuration is needed here.
apiVersion: keda.sh/v1alpha1 kind: ScaledObject metadata: name: workload-scaledobject spec: scaleTargetRef: name: workload-deployment triggers: - type: kubernetes-workload metadata: podSelector: 'app=backend, deploy notin (critical, monolith)' value: '3'