This sample application manages a set of Service Fabric clusters hosted on Azure, demonstrating basic management tasks. It keeps a working set of cluster metadata in a Reliable Dictionary to keep track of the party clusters, which are live running Service Fabric clusters in Azure. It knows when to create new ones, when to delete expired ones, when to scale the number of clusters out and back in depending on user activity, and all the other management tasks required to keep the party going.
See the Party Cluster application live and try it for yourself at http://aka.ms/tryservicefabric
This application is a sample project that primarily demonstrates two management functions:
The project also demonstrates a number of Service Fabric features and patterns for application development, including: