This repository contains samples that showcase what you can do with Service Fabric Mesh Applications.
For more details about Service Fabric Mesh public preview in Azure, refer to this blog post - https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-service-fabric-mesh-is-now-in-public-preview/
Structure of this repo
This repository has two main folders:
src contains source code samples. Some of these are built using the Visual Studio Tools for Mesh. Use these samples if you want to build the code from source, publish container images and deploy the app to Mesh.
templates contains samples with ARM templates ready to deploy to Azure Mesh. Use these templates if you want to deploy an application using existing container images and deployment templates
Both folders contain instructions on how to work with the samples.
Documentation - https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/service-fabric-mesh/
REST API Specification - https://github.com/Azure/azure-rest-api-specs/tree/master/specification/servicefabricmesh/resource-manager
Azure Service Fabric Mesh lab - https://github.com/MikkelHegn/ContainersSFLab/blob/master/Instructions/ServiceFabricMesh/README.md
Feedback and issues
We look forward to hearing your feedback about Mesh.
Please use this repo's Issues to raise issues with the samples.
For any other issue you encounter with Mesh, please use the Issues in this repo https://github.com/Azure/seabreeze-preview-pr/ to inform us of any bugs you come across, or improvements you would like to request.
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