Doing Multi-Cloud the Easy Way... But should you?

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, organizations are increasingly adopting cloud computing as a means to enhance scalability, flexibility, and efficiency. However, with the advent of multi-cloud environments, the decision-making process becomes more complex, with challenges in managing different infrastructures, APIs, and service offerings. You have to come up with a solid multi-cloud strategy.

Luckily, there are many tools that make it easier to run multi-cloud, we'll look at some of these, like Kubernetes, Terraform, Dapr and Wing lang. These tools act as a middleware layer that abstracts away cloud-specific complexities. They enable developers to build distributed applications that can run consistently across multiple cloud providers. They simplify the development and deployment of multi-cloud applications by providing a unified programming model and a set of building blocks that work seamlessly across different clouds.

That sounds great! But should you do this? What are the trade-offs that they bring? Do they truly prevent vendor lock-in? And what are you loosing by not making full use of what your cloud vendor has to offer?

Nico Krijnen

Tech Lead, bridging strategy, technology & organization | Speaker on DDD, Code Quality, DevOps | Cloud Solution Architect at Luminis

Amsterdam, The Netherlands


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