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Jan. 11, 2022, 12:40 p.m. | /u/papamamalpha2

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if I divide my app to microservices and I want each microservice to be highly available and scalable(meaning fault tolerant and increasing/decreasing the number of servers depending on load). do I need to use Kubernetes? or can I simply use AWS autoscaling service instead? are there alternatives to using Kubernetes?

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