Introduction to Service Fabric (Lab) – Part 2


This post was authored by Todd Abel, a Program Manager on the Azure Service Fabric team.

A few months ago, we published an introductory lab (http://aka.ms/sflab1) to get you going with a stateless Service Fabric application.  We’ve created Part II of the lab (Download instructions and code), walking you through building a stateful service. In this lab you’ll extend the stateless service created in Part I of the lab, which contains a single page application that allows voting on anything. You’ll  learn about stateful services, versioning of the stored data using Bond, custom serialization, using immutable objects and using the reverse proxy for intra-cluster communication. The exercise will use Visual Studio’s Service Fabric tooling as well as the Service Fabric Explorer.

We estimate 60-90 minutes to complete this lab. We’d love to hear from you on your experience with the lab, and which topics you’d like to have labs for in the future. 


Comments (2)

  1. Paris says:

    In order to complete this lab you need to perform a lot of code changes, so, is it possible to publish a zip file containing the final source code for this lab? In addition, do you have an estimation for Part III?

  2. Alan says:

    I like the part of Configuration . It’s really helpful. If there has a chance to learn about community technology between service is very helpful for me now.

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