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Closing due to lack of response
much different auto scaling version now available, please re-evaluate if you feel it is necessary for this continued idea
The current Autoscaler provides more metrics support than memory only for IBM runtimes/buildpacks ( Liberty, node.js, Swift ), for other runtimes, you can only scale based on memory. Please see more details on IBM Cloud docs page: https://console.bluemix.net/docs/services/Auto-Scaling/index.html#metric_types
The support of throughput and response time based scaling for other runtimes/buildpacks will be in the open source edition.
The heap based scaling support in open source edition depends on a garden feature to be able to collect application custom metric and send to Loggregator, it is still under discussion.