frameworkcontroller - General-Purpose Kubernetes Pod Controller

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FrameworkController is built to orchestrate all kinds of applications on Kubernetes by a single controller. In the open source community, there are so many specialized Kubernetes Pod controllers which are built for a specific kind of application, such as Kubernetes StatefulSet Controller, Kubernetes Job Controller, KubeFlow TFJob Operator. However, no one is built for all kinds of applications and combination of the existing ones still cannot support some kinds of applications. So, we have to learn, use, develop, deploy and maintain so many Pod controllers.

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