Using Kubernetes to Manage Your Resources

If HAL isn’t going to unlock the pod bay doors for you, you probably have an issue with your users running wild in a large production Kubernetes cluster. These and a range of other issues can be solved or mitigated through finer-grained control and resource utilization, which is where Kubernetes (K8S) quotas comes into play.

By applying quotas to each namespace, especially when developers and teams are allowed to schedule their own pods or create new services in an ad hoc manner, you can control and limit the infrastructure costs in an autoscaled cluster. This helps avoid rampant resource hogging and constrain pods resource consumption, by defining quotas and limits separately for each namespace.

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