CNCF incubator KEDA graduates Kubernetes autoscaling engine

CNCF incubator KEDA graduates Kubernetes autoscaling engine

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation has announced the graduation of KEDA, an open-source tool developed by Microsoft and Red Hat to improve the performance of Kubernetes clusters.

“Since joining the CNCF Sandbox, the KEDA community has grown and improved the project in a sustainable way, and we look forward to seeing what it can accomplish as a Graduated project,” said Chris Aniszczyk, Chief Technology Officer of CNCF. Under the auspices of the Linux Foundation, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, or CNCF, is an open-source organization.

Numerous open-source technologies that businesses use to run their cloud environments are maintained by it. The prominent container orchestration framework Kubernetes is the centrepiece of CNCF’s portfolio.

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