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Scaling .Net containers with event-driven workloads

Scaling .Net containers with event-driven workloads

Slide deck related to the talk presented at Surati Tech Talks 2022 event on 10th January 2022. Demonstrates the power of Kubernetes along with Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaing (KEDA) project to support event driven workloads. Microsft Azure is used as the cloud platform with managed Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) as target environment


Nilesh Gule

January 10, 2022

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  1. Scaling .Net containers with Event Driven workloads

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  4. AGENDA ▸ Scaling options with Kubernetes ▸ KEDA overview ▸

    TechTalks demo with RabbitMQ ▸ Autoscaling with KEDA ▸ KEDA Architecture 4
  5. Pre-requisites • Self contained application with all its dependencies Docker

    • Orchestrates containers • Self healing • Service discovery • Scaling Kubernetes • Dockerhub / private container registry • Repository for storing container images Container Registry • Managed Kubernetes service on Azure • Native integration with other Azure services like Azure Active Directory (AAD), Azure Container registry (ACR), Azure Container Instances (ACI), Azure Monitor etc. Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
  6. @nileshgule Kubernetes Scaling Options 1 2 3 Horizontal Pod Autoscaler

    Cluster Autoscaler Manual scaling
  7. TechTalks Demo 8

  8. @nileshgule TechTalks Producer setup https://github.com/NileshGule/pd-tech-fest-2019  Techtalks producer .Net Core

    API  2 replicas  Exposed as Kubernetes service using LoadBalancer
  9. @nileshgule TechTalks Consumer setup https://github.com/NileshGule/pd-tech-fest-2019  Techtalks consumer .Net Core

    exe  Not exposed outside Kubernetes cluster  Consumes configured number of messages in a batch
  10. @nileshgule RabbitMQ setup https://github.com/NileshGule/pd-tech-fest-2019  RabbitMQ deployed using Helm chart

     Exposed as Kubernetes service
  11. @nileshgule TechTalks Demo setup 1000 (configurable) messages Batch of 50

    (configurable) messages https://github.com/NileshGule/pd-tech-fest-2019
  12. @nileshgule TechTalks Demo – Kubernetes deployment https://github.com/NileshGule/pd-tech-fest-2019  Manifest files

    describe Deployment and Service  Helm charts to deploy third-party apps / services  Octant – visualize k8s cluster  Kubectl to deploy Manifest  Postman to generate workload
  13. Autoscaling Demo 15

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  17. @nileshgule How KEDA works? KEDA moves from the CNCF Sandbox

    to become an incubating project | Cloud Native Computing Foundation
  18. apiVersion: keda.k8s.io/v1alpha1 kind: ScaledObject metadata: name: rabbitmq-consumer-scaled-object namespace: default labels:

    deploymentName: rabbitmq-consumer-deployment spec: scaleTargetRef: deploymentName: rabbitmq-consumer pollingInterval: 5 # Optional. Default: 30 seconds minReplicaCount: 1 # Optional. Default: 0 maxReplicaCount: 30 # Optional. Default: 100 triggers: - type: rabbitmq metadata: queueName: hello queueLength : ‘5’ authenticationRef: name: trigger-auth-rabbitmq-host
  19. @nileshgule KEDA ScaledObject https://github.com/NileshGule/pd-tech-fest-2019

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  21. Azure Blob Storage Azure Event Hub Azure Log Analytics Azure

    Service Bus Queues and Topics Azure Storage Queues ActiveMQ Artemis Kafka Prometheus RabbitMQ Redis Streams Redis Lists Liiklus NATS Huawei Cloudeye AWS CloudWatch AWS Kinesis Stream AWS Simple Queue Service GCP PubSub Azure functions MySQL PostgreSQL https://keda.sh/docs/2.5/scalers/
  22. Summary ▸ Single purpose lightweight component ▸ Any Kubernetes cluster

    (1.16+) ▸ Extends Kubernetes with event driven capabilities ▸ No overwriting or duplication of existing functionalities ▸ Maps an event source to Deployment, StatefulSet, Custom Resource or Job for scaling ▸ Flexible and safe to run alongside any other Kubernetes framework or application ▸ Support 45+ auto scalers out of the box 25
  23. Play with Docker Play with Kubernetes Linux Academy learning paths

  24. KEDA AKS cluster-autoscalar Horizontal pod autoscale https://azure.microsoft.com/mediahandler/files/resourcefiles/kubernetes-learning- path/Kubernetes%20Learning%20Path%20version%201.0.pdf

  25. Azure Kubernetes Service Workshop References

  26. References https://bit.ly/youtube-nileshgule

  27. Source Code & slide deck Tech Talks • https://github.com/NileshGule/pd-tech-fest-2019 •

    surati-tech-talks.md https://speakerdeck.com/nileshgule/ https://www.slideshare.net/nileshgule/
  28. Nilesh Gule ARCHITECT | MICROSOFT MVP “Code with Passion and

    Strive for Excellence” nileshgule @nileshgule Nilesh Gule NileshGule www.handsonarchitect.com https://bit.ly/youtube-nileshgule
  29. Q&A