This page lists some examples of what you can make with Metacontroller.
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CompositeController is an API provided by Metacontroller, designed to facilitate custom controllers whose primary purpose is to manage a set of child objects based on the desired state specified in a parent object. Workload controllers like Deployment and StatefulSet are examples of existing controllers that fit this pattern.
CatSet is a rewrite of StatefulSet, including rolling updates, as a CompositeController. It shows that existing workload controllers already use a pattern that could fit within a CompositeController, namely managing child objects based on a parent spec.
BlueGreenDeployment is an alternative to Deployment that implements a Blue-Green rollout strategy. It shows how CompositeController can be used to add various automation on top of built-in APIs like ReplicaSet.
Vitess Operator (Jsonnet)
The Vitess Operator is an example of using Metacontroller to write an Operator for a complex stateful application, in this case Vitess. It shows how CompositeController can be layered to handle complex systems by breaking them down.
DecoratorController is an API provided by Metacontroller, designed to facilitate adding new behavior to existing resources. You can define rules for which resources to watch, as well as filters on labels and annotations.
For each object you watch, you can add, edit, or remove labels and annotations, as well as create new objects and attach them. Unlike CompositeController, these new objects don’t have to match the main object’s label selector. Since they’re attached to the main object, they’ll be cleaned up automatically when the main object is deleted.
Service Per Pod (Jsonnet)
Service Per Pod is an example DecoratorController that creates an individual Service for every Pod in a StatefulSet (e.g. to give them static IPs), effectively adding new behavior to StatefulSet without having to reimplement it.