Horizontal scaling for the Kubernetes Cluster is represented via two implementations:
With both of these horizontal scaling methods, Kubernetes Cluster always has nodes available (when needed) and healthy application pods.
Tip: An extended real case example (WordPress) on the Kubernetes Cluster Scaling is provided within the linked article.
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