I attended my first Azure meeting at the Microsoft building in Aksarben.
The group meets last Wednesday of the month at 3:00 p.m.
The topic was on Microsoft’s Azure Service Fabric is the PaaS (Platform as a Service) offering for service-oriented systems. By leveraging the same platform Microsoft uses to build their own services (such as Azure SQL Database and Azure Cosmos DB), developers have access to a wide range of tools to improve scalability, reliability, and management of their microservices systems.
In this talk, Sr. Software Architect Andy Unterseher will explain what Service Fabric is, how it is hosted in Azure, which types of applications are best suited for it, and some situations where it may not be appropriate. Using a live application, Andy will demonstrate how to develop with Service Fabric and show how to deploy it from Azure DevOps. He will compare Service Fabric to other platforms (like Kubernetes) and talk about the still-in-preview Azure Service Fabric Mesh.
Hosting Services in Azure
I heard the term of iDesign which was talked at a topic at another meetup.
Can deploy asp.net core and api’s into the service fabric.
Should your solution know about Service Fabric?
Updates create a package of differential when updating.
Template vs Yml file.
What does Service Fabric do?
Allows to host legacy code and docker. Recommendation is not to.
What is the different in Mesh?
Mesh is container based?
Deploy across availability zones