Is it allowed to send cross-cloud event to trigger app service WebJobs?

Wen-Che Hsu 41 Reputation points

We have three app services under GCC cloud, and we have a centralized app service under INT which we want to

  1. Send event to those GCC cloud app services to trigger a sequence of webjobs .
  2. These webjobs will produce some files under their corresponding storage account. We hope to sync those files to our centralized app service.
  3. We will publish new updates as monthly iterations in our centralized app service, and we want to sync these validated files to those three app services under GCC cloud.

And now I am stuck because I've heard that cross-cloud events were prohibited. Are there alternatives for us to achieve this? These processes are time-consuming and too frequent which involve so much dev time, hence we want to streamline the process and allow our content creator to do it on their own.

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  1. SnehaAgrawal-MSFT 11,256 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    Thanks for reaching here! Since the connection to storage is dictated by a connection string there’s nothing from the network perspective that blocks cross cloud communication. The connection string has the necessary information for the webjob sdk or storage SDK to communicate with the endpoint.

    Let us know if further query on this.

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