Which statement accurately describes Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Load Balancer integration with OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE)? (Choose the best answer.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D.
The correct answer is A.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Load Balancer is a fully-managed, cloud-native load balancing service that can distribute incoming traffic across multiple backend servers and instances, improving the availability and scalability of applications. OCI Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is a fully-managed, scalable, and highly available service that simplifies the deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications on OCI.
When integrating OCI Load Balancer with OKE, the OKE service provisions an OCI Load Balancer instance for each Kubernetes service with LoadBalancer type in the YAML configuration. This means that whenever a Kubernetes service with LoadBalancer type is created, OKE automatically provisions a new OCI Load Balancer instance and configures it to balance traffic to the backend pods associated with that service.
Option B is incorrect because OCI Events service is not involved in the Load Balancer integration with OKE. OCI Events service is a service that allows you to define and manage events and associated actions in OCI, such as triggering a function or notification when a resource changes state.
Option C is also incorrect because manual provisioning of OCI Load Balancer instances is not required when using OKE integration. OKE automatically provisions OCI Load Balancer instances based on the configuration of Kubernetes services with LoadBalancer type.
Option D is also incorrect because OKE provisions a dedicated OCI Load Balancer instance for each Kubernetes service with LoadBalancer type, rather than a single shared instance for all services.
In summary, the correct answer is A because OKE service provisions an OCI Load Balancer instance for each Kubernetes service with LoadBalancer type in the YAML configuration.