Cloud Controller manager and its uses

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What is Cloud Controller Manager and where is it used?
Apr 17, 2019 in Kubernetes by Veda

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The Cloud Controller Manager is responsible for persistent storage, network routing, abstracting the cloud-specific code from the core Kubernetes specific code, and managing the communication with the underlying cloud services. It might be split out into several different containers depending on which cloud platform you are running on and then it enables the cloud vendors and Kubernetes code to be developed without any inter-dependency. So, the cloud vendor develops their code and connects with the Kubernetes cloud-controller-manager while running the Kubernetes.

answered Apr 17, 2019 by Sahit

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