You can find the Azure Container Instance supported Action reference here. To start a new container you can use start containers in a container group action. Please let me know if this helps.
How to handle the scalability of Logic Apps that use Azure Container Groups ?
I have a logic app that receives a payload and based on it configures a container instance mean to execute once (no restarts, no nothing). I noticed that the operation to use a container instance is called "create or update" and it seems that once an initial request starts a container, a second request will attempt to update an already running container instance (group) and retry 4 times before giving up.
Is there a way to always start new containers, so that every request follows through?
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