During testing in the testbed, we need to emulate the production environment where there is plenty of normal traffic from the real users. High-quality normal traffic generated by the ‘human’ operator, has a significant impact on the testing results. Since the scale of testing is growing, increasing the number of operators is not practical and not cost-effective, so automating the generation of realistic normal traffic is becoming necessary. A BotNet can launch large-scale DDoS by orchestrating thousands of "infected" clients or “bad bots”. Similarly, if we can deploy thousands of human activity agents or “good bots” and orchestrate them together, we can generate a large number of emulated normal traffic from users. This talk will show how to utilize Kubernetes to orchestrate a large number of containerized bots to execute human activities in the testbed. Each bot is customized with special logic of activity workflows and it can be scaled and controlled by the orchestrator in real-time.Click here to view captioning/translation in the MeetingPlay platform!