What is Cloud Arbitrage?
Cloud Arbitrage is the ability to dynamically utilise the best offer for cloud resources (such as compute or storage) across multiple cloud providers, based on real-time factors such as cost, availability, capacity, latency and application performance. This is achieved by building applications that are agnostic to the cloud provider and can be deployed anywhere with little effort.
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What does this demonstrate?
The Request-Response pattern is a fundamental building block of many applications and systems in how they communicate with each other. The pattern appears across use-cases and industries.
This is a demonstration of a simple request-response interaction being deployed across multiple cloud providers and geographies using identical code.
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