Will respond with the deployment's Scaling information.
|allocated_units||The number of units the deployment has available|
|used_units||The number of units the deployment is actually using|
|starting_units||The minimum required units for the deployment type|
|minimum_units||The minimum number of units you can scale to. Equals the greater of used_units or starting_units.|
|memory_per_unit_in_mb||The amount of memory in megabytes of a single unit. When multiplied by a number of units will equal a total amount of memory (RAM).|
|storage_per_unit_in_mb||The amount of storage in megabytes of a single unit. When multiplied by a number of units will equal a total amount of storage (disk).|
|unit_size_in_mb||The size in megabytes of a single unit. Equivalent to |
|unit_type||The type of unit. Either |
unit_type fields are hints for applications presenting Scaling UIs on how to present higher and lower scalings in a slider or some other interactive element. This hint is reflected in the Compose UI, for example, where
data type slider values rise more rapidly, and to higher values, than
memory type slider values. These fields are only of interest to developers implementing consoles that replicate Compose functionality.
For all other uses, use
storage_per_unit_in_mb to determine your deployment's memory and storage allocation, usage, starting value, and minimum.