Azure Service Fabric, microservices, containers, and the road ahead

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Service Fabric is the Microsoft Azure microservices platform. This session is a developer’s tour and roadmap and dives into the latest Service Fabric capabilities, including containerized services, container orchestration including using Docker Compose, ASP.NET Core service support, integration with other Azure services and the latest developments in Visual Studio 2017 tooling, all sprinkled with customers scenarios.
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2

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Breakout

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B8106

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WSCC Hall 6C (740)

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      DAXaholic

      Nice, I like the idea of having the choice to deploy it on-prem and move to Azure as demands grow. One thing I would love to see is some sort of support for batch workloads, that is short-living jobs as Kubernetes or Nomad are supporting. Any plans to support this kind of workload in a direction fashion? Thanks in advance

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      Niner417613

      This is great. Looking forward for integration with API Management? 

      We are developing a large scale enterprise application and would love to check out the API Management integration BETA, if it's available. 

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      Ben

      Volume is low...

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      aniratchann​el9

      Great session, especially liked the journey roadmap of modernizing enterprise app/service roadmap by leveraging the raw power, flexibility and modularity of SF and Microservice based designs. Would be great to get access to the decks presented here. Thanks again! 

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      markfussell

      I have put a copy of the deck here The legacy app code is posted on github here.

      Once the Azure Management API plugin is previewed, will put the rest at the same location

      Thanks. Mark  

       

       

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      rajurs

      Speakers are breezing through complex topics at break neck speed. Sometimes, it sounds like gibberish and very confusing. Given the fact most of MSFT customers are relatively new to the container world, this talk should have been presented better by breaking this session into 2 parts.

      Topics such as Networking (overlay, ip per container) are glossed over and the worst part of the talk was when a new service is added (exposed) as part of the legacy solution. It is hard to understand what is being done to integrate the new service and the presenter seems to be focused more on getting through the slides and demo rather than articulating the process in any discernible fashion.

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      mikanyg

      @rajurs: They say it in the start, that this is not an intro to Service Fabric. Also the session is rated level 300, so I would be expect it to be complex.

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