[Service Fabric] Securing an Azure Service Fabric cluster with Azure Active Directory via the Azure Portal

In this post, Senior Consultant, Larry Wall demonstrates how to secure Azure Service Fabric Cluster using Azure Active Directory via the Azure Portal.

To make sure appropriate credit is given to a great article on this topic, I did take some of the information for the steps below from this article https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/service-fabric/service-fabric-cluster-creation-via-arm. The article found at the link focuses on using an ARM template to do the deployment and secure setup. Using ARM would be the way you would want to set this up in a production environment.

My post is going to be using a more manual approach where you set the cluster up via the portal, for those of you who are just testing this out and want to learn how things are done via the portal. Some of the steps for setting this up in the portal will be short and will point to another article for portal setup of the cluster, but it’s the security setup we want to focus on.

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