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We have rebranded "AWS ALB Ingress Controller" to be "AWS Load Balancer Controller" along with our v2.0.0 release.
"AWS ALB Ingress Controller" is now deprecated, we encourage users to migrate to "AWS Load Balancer Controller" by follow our migration guide.
NOTE: The current image version is
v1.1.9. Please file any issues you find and note the version used.
This project was originated by Ticketmaster and CoreOS as part of Ticketmaster's move to AWS and CoreOS Tectonic. Learn more about Ticketmaster's Kubernetes initiative from Justin Dean's video at Tectonic Summit.
This project was donated to Kubernetes SIG-AWS to allow AWS, CoreOS, Ticketmaster and other SIG-AWS contributors to officially maintain the project. SIG-AWS reached this consensus on June 1, 2018.
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To get started with the controller, see our walkthrough.
For details on building this project, see our building guide.
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