Armchair Architects: Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Architectures - Feasibility

In this episode of the Armchair Architect series of the Azure Enablement Show, David Blank-Edelman is joined by Uli Homann, Microsoft Corporative Vice President and Distinguished Architect, and Eric Charran, Chief Architect at Microsoft in a deep-dive into the feasibility of hybrid and multi-cloud applications.


[00:00] Introduction
[01:20] Is it possible to do a multi-cloud or hybrid-cloud?
[01:56] What are the biggest headaches when considering implementation?
[02:07] Let's start with the basics: how to build applications
[02:40] The Cloud Native Computing Foundation model
[05:40] How do app developers avoid writing cloud provider-specific code?
[05:53] The Distributed Application Runtime, Dapr
[07:44] How is Dapr different than write-once, run everywhere?
[09:26] How is Microsoft making apps built on Azure available to work on other environments?
[12:12] Next up, let's talk about the operational aspects of multi-cloud and hybrid-cloud

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