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I solved it, I had forgotten that I had to add port 443 to the security group that my load balancer group belongs to.


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The default behavior of Jenkins is to use the same node over and over unless it's unavailable. If you use labels you can target resources. Take a look at plugins like Least Load and Scoring Load Balancer to help distribute the load. CloudBees also provides an Even Scheduler plugin as a commercial offering. Kubernetes (e.g. Kubernetes Plugin) to schedule ...


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The simplest way is to find the icon that scales the application up and click it. In the current UI it's in Project --> Overview --> expand the application info (">" icon to the left), --> click "^" next to the blue circle to the right. This gives you a default load-balancing across as many PODs (instances) of the application as your resources and ...


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Yes, you can. HAProxy is purpose built to balance any TCP or HTTP connection. My old company used to run every component of Kafka with HAproxy. Here is a whole project dedicated to running auto-scaling Kafka in Docker using HAproxy: https://github.com/pozgo/docker-kafka You can even see their HAproxy config here where they specify the broker check (port ...


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