Real-time containers manage content in real-time channels, for example, on web pages. When a container is loaded, for example, when an individual views an ad for an action in a predefined placement on the Web channel, it triggers Next-Best-Action.
To prepare your application to use real-time container triggers for your actions, do the following tasks:
- Returning additional properties in a real-time container response
You can make additional properties available for real-time container responses.
- Modify Service Level Agreement settings for the Container service
The Container REST service triggers real-time container processing. You can modify the default Service Level Agreement settings for the Container service, for example, to change the maximum number of consecutive violations which the Service allows before it invokes a fallback service activity.