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Azure Service Fabric runtime version 6.4 with the corresponding SDK and tooling updates is now available with many enhancements.
Using Bosh as the deployment mechanism provides a way to define the deployment, monitor the cluster and auto-heal the infrastructure.
Service Fabric, a distributed systems platform that makes it easy to package, deploy, and manage scalable and reliable microservices and containers, is now available on Azure Stack.
The Azure portal received updates in October 2018.
Azure Service Fabric announcements at Ignite
Azure Service Fabric is a microservice platform for business critical applications.
We have simplified creating secure Service Fabric clusters in the portal, and removed the option to create unsecure Service Fabric clusters.
Service Fabric version 6.0 of the runtime and .NET SDK 2.8 are available. Service Fabric is generally available as a container orchestrator on Linux.
Version 0.9.0.0 of the Azure Service Fabric SDK preview for Linux is now available, along with version 220.127.116.11 of the Service Fabric Runtime Preview for Linux.
Version 2.6.220 of the Azure Service Fabric SDK is now available, along with version 5.6.220 of the Service Fabric Runtime and Standalone for Windows Server.
Windows Server Container support on Azure Service Fabric is now generally available with the Service Fabric runtime 5.6 and SDK 2.6 release.
Version 2.6.204 of the Azure Service Fabric SDK is now available, along with the 5.6.204 runtime that rolled out to Azure clusters worldwide.
Docker uses the docker-compose.yml file for defining multi-container applications. To make it easy for customers familiar with Docker to orchestrate existing container applications on Service Fabric, we will include preview support for Docker Compose natively in the platform.
Azure Service Fabric is a microservices application platform that helps developers build and manage cloud-scale applications.
Azure Service Fabric has released updated versions of the Service Fabric SDK preview and runtime preview for Linux.
Azure Service Fabric has released updated versions of the Service Fabric SDK and runtime.
The Service Fabric .NET SDK is now open source on GitHub. This includes Reliable Services, Reliable Actors, Service Remoting, and ASP.NET Core integration.
You can use Service Fabric for Windows Server to create a multiple-machine Service Fabric cluster in your own datacenter or in other public clouds.
You can use the Service Fabric on Linux preview to build, deploy, and manage highly available, highly scalable applications in a Linux environment, just as you would on Windows.
Azure Service Fabric has released updated versions of the Service Fabric SDK and Runtime, and the standalone installer for Windows Server.
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