Different types of cloud controller manager

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What are the different types of Cloud Controller Manager and how are they used?
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There are four different types of Cloud controller Mangers:

  • Node Controller: Checks and controls if the node is deleted properly after it has stopped
  • Route Controller: Manages traffic route in the underlying cloud infrastructure
  • Volume Controller: Manages storage volume and interacts with the cloud provider to orchestrate volume
  • Service Controller: Responsible for managing the load balancers provided by cloud providers
answered Apr 17 by Sahit

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