Release of SDK 2.4.145 and Runtime 5.4.145 for Windows

Today, we are announcing the release of Service Fabric SDK v2.4.145 and Runtime v5.4.145, along with Visual Studio tools for Service Fabric v1.4. Install the new SDK and tools for Visual Studio 2015 from the Web Platform Installer. Note that there is a known issue causing occasional failures when following WebPI links Google Chrome. If you…


Service Fabric Community Q&A 7th Edition

We will be holding our 7th monthly community Q&A call this Thursday, December 15th at 10am Pacific Time. As always, there is no need to RSVP. Just navigate to http://aka.ms/sfcommunityqa at 10am Thursday and you’re in. Talk to you then! The Service Fabric Team


Release of SDK Preview 0.7.0.0 and Runtime Preview 5.4.0.0 for Linux

We have released a minor update to our  runtime and SDK preview on Linux, versions 5.4.0.0 and 0.7.0.0 respectively. This update contains several bug fixes and improvements. You can find details in the release notes. To update from a current version of the SDK and runtime, run the following steps (remove SDKs from the list that…


Release of SDK 2.3.311 and Runtime 5.3.311 for Windows

We have released a small update to our runtime and SDK, versions 5.3.311 and 2.3.311 respectively. Most importantly, this release resolves an SDK installation issue on Windows 10 Anniversary Update. You can find details of that and other resolved issues in the release notes. Click here to install the update using the Web Platform Installer….


Service Fabric Customer Profile: Quorum Business Solutions

This post was authored by Shawn Cutter from Quorum, in conjunction with Michael Thomassy, Ed Price, and Matthew Snider from Microsoft. This post is part of a series on customers who’ve participated in the Azure Service Fabric preview program over the last year. We look at why they chose Service Fabric, and take a closer…


Service Fabric Community Q&A 6th Edition

Join us for our 6th edition of the Service Fabric  Community Q&A on Thursday, Nov 17 at 10 AM Pacific Time. This will be an open, informal session where you can bring any and all Service Fabric questions to the product team. No RSVP required – simply join the meeting at 10 AM on Nov 17. Ask…


Service Fabric Community Q&A (Oct 20th)

We’ll be hosting another community Q&A on Oct 20th at 10am Pacific Time. This will be an open, informal session where you can bring any and all Service Fabric questions to the product team. No RSVP required – simply join the meeting at 10am on the 20th. We also want to highlight another event with Haishi Bai – …


Release of SDK 2.3.301 and Runtime 5.3.301 for Windows

Today, we are releasing Service Fabric SDK v2.3.301 and Runtime v5.3.301 for Windows. This release includes a number of new features, along with a set of important bug fixes.  Because of the critical nature of the runtime fixes you should upgrade your clusters to the latest runtime version immediately. If you are using the standalone…


General availability of Service Fabric standalone installer for Windows Server and public preview of Service Fabric on Linux

At Ignite 2016 this week, we are marking two major steps forward in our journey to make Service Fabric available in every environment and on every platform. To wit: The Service Fabric standalone installer for Windows Server has reached general availability. Now, in addition to the ability to create production-grade Service Fabric clusters in Azure, you…


Release of Service Fabric SDK 2.2.207 and Runtime 5.2.207

Today, we are releasing Service Fabric SDK v2.2.207 and Runtime v5.2.207. This release includes a number of new features, along with a set of important bug fixes. You can get the updated SDK from the links below: Runtime, SDK, and tools for Visual Studio 2015 (requires Visual Studio 2015 Update 2 or later) Runtime and…