Do we need liveness and readiness probes in Kubernetes deployments?

One of the most common question with the Kubernetes deployment is, do we really need liveness or readiness probes? The simple answer to this question is ‘YES’, let’s dive into more details so that you will understand why.

Liveness and readiness are the two main probe types available in Kubernetes deployments. Liveness and Readiness Probes in…

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