Service Fabric 6.2 Release

We’re announcing the 6.2 release of the Service Fabric runtime with tooling and SDK updates. This release comes with a bundle of features including preview support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, general availability of Java and .NET Core programming models on Linux, enhanced container support, improved monitoring and preview of backup and restore. The release…


Service Fabric Community Q&A 23rd Edition

We will be holding our 23rd monthly community Q&A call Thursday, April 19 at 10 AM Pacific Time. In addition, we will also be holding the call at 430 PM Pacific Time this Thursday, April 19th to accommodate folks in other time zones. As always, there is no need to RSVP. Just navigate to http://aka.ms/sfcommunityqa at 10…


Intelligent routing on Service Fabric with Træfik

This post was coauthored by Joni Collinge and Lawrence Gripper We recently worked with several customers to explore adding Service Fabric support to Træfik, a popular open source reverse proxy, as an edge proxy for Service Fabric applications. Edge reverse proxies sit between the web and your applications and services. They provide a way to control,…

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Create Service Fabric clusters from Visual Studio and more good stuff

Hey everyone, A quick update on a few things going on in Service Fabric land: Create Service Fabric Clusters from Visual Studio Creating a secure cluster takes a bit of effort, with plenty of options to choose from and knobs to turn to get your cluster set up and ready to take on production workloads….

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Service Fabric Customer Profile: SiriusIQ

SiriusIQ delivers seriously intelligent AI on Azure Service Fabric To design the next generation of enterprise workflow automation, SiriusIQ built a new development stack and defined their core architecture using Azure Service Fabric, Azure Cognitive Service Language Understanding, and other Azure services. This article is part of a series on customers who worked closely with…


Service Fabric 6.1 Refresh Three Release

Hi all, Today a new refresh of Service Fabric is being released. Please find the release notes here: Microsoft-Azure-Service-Fabric-Release-Notes-SDK-3.0-CU4-Runtime-6.1-CU4 Cheers, Service Fabric – The Team


Service Fabric Customer Profile: Honeywell

Honeywell builds microservices-based thermostats on Azure Contributors: Greg Feiges, Tomas Hrebicek, Richard Sirny, and Jiri Kopecky of Honeywell This article is part of a series about customers who’ve worked closely with Microsoft on Service Fabric. We look at why they chose Service Fabric, and dive deeper into the design of their application, particularly from a…


Service Fabric is going open source

Happy Pi Day everyone! We have some exciting news to share today. We’re happy to announce that Service Fabric is going open source under the MIT license and over the coming months we will be transitioning to a completely open development process on GitHub. We’ve heard from many of you about the importance of being…


Service Fabric Community Q&A 22nd Edition

We will be holding our 22nd monthly community Q&A call Thursday, March 15 at 10 AM Pacific Time. In addition, we will also be holding the call at 4 PM Pacific Time this Thursday, March 15th to accommodate folks in other time zones. As always, there is no need to RSVP. Just navigate to http://aka.ms/sfcommunityqa at 10…


Service Fabric 6.1 Refresh Two coming up…

Today we are releasing a second refresh of Service Fabric 6.1 with a few important fixes. At this time we have made SDKs, standalone and other packages available for download and are about to start the upgrade and roll-out to clusters in Azure. The upgrade will go on over the next days, so expect your…