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# flyte-deployment
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Rahul Mehta

01/18/2024, 12:34 PM
Has anyone run a multi-cloud Flyte deployment (ie. control plane in AWS and data plane in GCP) using the multi-cluster setup? Would be interested to chat through the use-case
Don't see anything at first glance that indicates this wouldn't work
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Ketan (kumare3)

01/18/2024, 4:00 PM
Rahul that may not be possible in Flyte, it goes against some core assumptions, but union can be multi cloud
Happy to have a chat
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Rahul Mehta

01/20/2024, 2:18 AM
Gotcha - makes sense. I guess if you could expose one cluster’s apiserver via a proxy with auth to do cross cloud would that work? Understand it may not be possible today but as a future direction potentially
Think it’d be possible to get the internal abstractions right with some thought
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Ketan (kumare3)

01/20/2024, 4:38 AM
It’s not just exposing k8s, it’s the data store that needs to be abstracted correctly
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Ethan Brown

01/21/2024, 6:32 PM
For an internal hack project a few weeks back, I spiked using Tailscale (which sits on Wireguard) to create a private network mesh that joined AWS and Azure -- this has the nice property of being a cloud agnostic solution. No need to poke holes in the ingress to expose anything. The Tailscale k8s operator / MagicDNS makes exposing services cross-cluster dead simple. Headscale is a similar DIY approach. Submariner makes similar promises but haven't gotten a chance to use it yet.