You have a containerized solution that runs in Azure Container Instances. The solution contains a frontend container named App1 and a backend container named DB1. DB1 loads a large amount of data during startup.
You need to verify that DB1 can handle incoming requests before users can submit requests to App1.
What should you configure?
A. a liveness probe
B. a performance log
C. a readiness probe
D. an Azure Load Balancer health probe
Correct Answer: C 🗳️
For containerized applications that serve traffic, you might want to verify that your container is ready to handle incoming requests. Azure Container Instances supports readiness probes to include configurations so that your container can’t be accessed under certain conditions.
A: Containerized applications may run for extended periods of time, resulting in broken states that may need to be repaired by restarting the container. Azure
Container Instances supports liveness probes so that you can configure your containers within your container group to restart if critical functionality is not working.