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Monthly updates for Service Fabric: March 2019

Mar 29

Azure File volume disk plugin is currently in preview

IN PREVIEW

Azure File volume disk is currently in preview. Using Azure Files for remote state storage for containers. For more details see https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/service-fabric/service-fabric-containers-volume-logging-drivers

  • Service Fabric
Mar 29

Availability Zones support for Service Fabric clusters

IN DEVELOPMENT

Achieve higher reliability and resiliency by using Availability Zones (AZ)

  • Service Fabric
Mar 29

Service Fabric control plane audit logging in development

IN DEVELOPMENT

Investigate suspicious requests, collect statistics, monitoring alerts and track who initiated and applied changes to the Service Fabric cluster via Azure AD accounts

  • Service Fabric
Mar 29

Service Fabric node-by-node cluster upgrades are now in development

IN DEVELOPMENT

Enable more granular upgrades than just standard five Upgrade Domain (UDs), so that individual nodes or UDs of different sizes can be chosen when performing application and cluster upgrades.

  • Service Fabric
Mar 29

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) application and service deployment

IN PREVIEW

Azure Resource Manager (ARM) application and service deployment is currently in preview. This feature https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/service-fabric/service-fabric-application-arm-resource will be Generally Available in the v6.5 runtime release of Service Fabric.

  • Service Fabric
Mar 29

Support for Managed Identities (MI) for applications and services is in development

IN DEVELOPMENT

Service Fabric applications and services running in a Service Fabric cluster have then own first-class identity in Azure Active Directory so that they can securely communicate with Azure services.

  • Service Fabric
Mar 29

REST based Client library and PowerShell module in preview

IN PREVIEW

REST based Client library and PowerShell module for Service Fabric is currently in preview. This HTTP REST based client enables running PowerShell and Azure CLI to manage your cluster(s) without installing the Service Fabric SDK.

  • Service Fabric
Mar 29

Low Priority VM support is now in development

IN DEVELOPMENT

Low Priority VM Scale Sets have no SLA, so are suitable only for scenarios where workloads can handle virtual machines being removed from the cluster with short/no notice at the benefit of reduced costs.

  • Service Fabric

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