Azure Service Fabric for Linux
Updated: April 27, 2017
Azure Service Fabric is a microservices application platform that helps developers build and manage cloud-scale applications. Battle-hardened internally at Microsoft for almost a decade and released in 2016, Service Fabric has been powering highly scalable services such as Cortana, Intune, Azure SQL Database, and Azure DocumentDB, as well as the Azure infrastructure.
Service Fabric Preview for Linux is now generally available. Use it to provision Service Fabric clusters in Azure using Linux as the host operating system. Java applications can also be deployed to Service Fabric clusters.