Offering serverless Kubernetes has been key part of our vision to make Kubernetes simpler for everyone – by providing an end-to-end experience optimized for developer productivity on top of an enterprise-grade platform with hardened security and layers of isolation. We are working closely with the community on open source projects that make Kubernetes easier for everyone, wherever they run it.
The latest version of the Service Fabric tools, which is part of Visual Studio 2017 Update 7 (15.7), includes the new container tooling for Service Fabric feature.
Microservices have become a popular architectural style for building cloud applications that are resilient, highly scalable, and able to evolve quickly. To be more than just a buzzword, however, microservices require a different approach to designing and building applications. The AzureCAT patterns & practices team has published new guidance on designing, building, and operating microservices on Azure.
We are excited to announce we have just made creating Docker Swarm clusters on Azure as simple as only a few clicks. With the expressive power of Azure Resource Manager Templates, you can deploy a Docker Swarm cluster of almost any size to Azure in a few minutes.