Public preview: Azure Service Fabric for Linux

dinsdag 27 september 2016

We are excited to announce that the preview of Azure Service Fabric on Linux is publicly available. Customers can now provision Service Fabric clusters in Azure by using Linux as the host operating system and deploy Java applications to Service Fabric clusters. 

In addition, with command-line interface (CLI), Eclipse, and Jenkins support, developers can use the tools they know to build and deploy on Service Fabric on Linux. Just as on Windows, developers can build and test their Service Fabric applications on Linux on a one-box setup, meaning you don’t need a cluster in Azure to build and test your Service Fabric application. Our vision is to enable developers to build Service Fabric applications on the OS of their choice and run them wherever they want.

To learn more about Service Fabric for Linux preview, read Service Fabric on Linux

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