• Kubernetes readinessProbe: testing container's availability

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    kubernetes Pod readinessProbe

    Some applications might temporally not being able to server traffic due to some work it is doing: For example, loading data, contacting with external services... If we want to have a way to temporally disable traffic without restarting the application we will need to configure a readinessProbe


  • Set host header for livenessProbe and readinessProbe

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    kubernetes livenessProbe readinessProbe host header

    Some apps might rely on the host Header to deliver the right content. For example, is quite common for django apps to require an specific host header in order to sent a response. Lucky enough for these kind of applications, we can actually configure livenessProbe and readinessProbe to send a Host header



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