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Support HPA (Horizontal Pod Autoscaling) for Integration Runtimes when used in conjunction with Assemblies.
Integration Runtimes have supported HPA for some time (https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/app-connect/containers_cd?topic=ayisir-configuring-horizontal-pod-autoscaling-integration-server-integration-runtime-pods) and several customers are exploring this feature to help handle spikes, however when you try to manage an Integration Runtime as part of an Assembly and then you want to add an HPA policy for that particular Integration Runtime a conflict arises because now the Integration Runtime is managed by the Assembly, therefore any change that the HPA is trying to do to meet the definition will be reverted by the Assembly and it won't be applied.
If possible, the Assembly should be aware of the HPA policy to allow the Integration Server to scale up and down as needed based on the definition, but still providing the governance functionality, specially if the Assembly includes several Integration Servers or other caabilities, like Queue Managers to benefit from the two concepts.
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