The Service Fabric team will be hosting an Ask Me Anything (AMA) (more like “ask us anything”!) session for Service Fabric Mesh on Twitter on Tuesday, October 30thfrom 9am to 10:30am PST. Tweet to @servicefabric or @AzureSupport using #SFMeshAMA with your questions on Mesh and Service Fabric.
We’ll have folks from the Service Fabric product and engineering team available to answer any and all questions on our newest offering – Service Fabric Mesh. You can also ask us questions about Service Fabric clusters on Azure, Standalone, product roadmap, new features, or pretty much anything else.
We want to learn more about what you’re interested in and how Mesh may be useful to you. We like gathering feedback from our users and the community, and your questions will help provide insights into how we can build better products and services for you.
What do you need to do?
Post your questions to Twitter using the hashtag #SFMeshAMA in a tweet to @servicefabric or @AzureSupport. We’ll start taking questions 24 hours prior to the AMA beginning at 9am PST on Monday, October 29th, and then respond to them between 9am and 10:30am PST on Tuesday, October 30th. This is to allow folks in different time zones to have their questions addressed if they can’t attend the virtual event during the hours that we will be online. If there are follow-ups or additional questions that come up after the AMA, no problem! We’re happy to continue the dialogue post-AMA or through our monthly community Q&A calls that you can join (watch this blog for announcements on these).
Should you ask questions here instead of StackOverflow, GitHub Issues, or MSDN?
An AMA is a great place to ask us about anything more informally, get answers directly from the team, and have a live conversation with the folks that build these products. This AMA also serves as an interactive forum for questions related to product roadmap and more general questions on features or scenarios for Service Fabric Mesh. And yes – you can really ask us about anything 😊.
We will continue to monitor StackOverflow, GitHub, and MSDN, per usual, to help you with issues you are facing.
Thank you and we look forward to "hearing" your questions at the AMA!
PS - if you have not yet seen this, check out the Mesh overview video!