Last updated：2021-08-30 17:22:08
This topic describes how to configure container instances as the backend servers of a Server Load Balancing (SLB) listener and expose services to the Internet through SLB.
In this example, three NGINX container instances with the port 80 are created. For more information about the creation procedure, see Create a container group.
In this example, the NGINX service is exposed to the Internet, which requires an elastic IP address (EIP). You can create an SLB instance and bind it to an EIP in the SLB console. For more information about the creation procedure, see Create an SLB instance.
You can add your container instances as SLB backend servers by using the SDK or the console. In this example, the console is used.
You can verify the NGINX service by using the IP address and port number of the SLB instance.
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