Okay, I just noticed I still have no idea how this is supposed to work. Sorry for creating a second thread that fast but I am really confused right now.
I experimented lots and tried to set this up but right now I am at a point where I’m totally lost. I did something very similar with kubernetes and the technology shift is somehow very hard for me ^^. I’d be glad if you could tell me if this is possible or not and if its possible to give me a hint how to start. The containerized services are finished and working by the way.
This shows the behaviour of a single machine:
[replica 2] / [service a] / \ / [replica 1] [incoming traffic] -> [nginx] \ [service b]-[replica 1]
This is my basic idea of how the service based cluster should work:
http://192.168.178.99/service_ais an incoming request.
The nginx got a config where all incoming requests on
service ahas some kind of load balancing
behaviour and redirects this to one of the
service. The replicas can be added/removed dynamically.
Edit: Okay, so I just noticed that the service works as expected. When I keep refreshing the browser (which points to a service) multiple times (~50 times) the container behind it is changing. Am I able to make this happen way more frequently?