Architectural Patterns for Hyperscale Service Fabric Implementations
Play Architectural Patterns for Hyperscale Service Fabric Implementations
Microservices architecture portrays efficient mechanisms of solving modern enterprise problems. However, this simplification comes at a cost. Manually managing hyper-scale deployments of Microservices is nearly impossible. Automating Microservices life cycle management becomes an inevitable requirement to achieve enterprise grade environment stability. This is where the role of Azure Service Fabric becomes significant. We will walk you through 10 design patterns that will propel your solution through common architectural hurdles. These patterns are tried, tested and have repeatedly proven successful. Following are a few of the patterns that we would cover. 1. Latency optimized load balancing 2. Cluster orchestrator 3. Auto scaling 4. High density deployment 5. Message Broker 6. Compensating Transaction 7. Sagas Each pattern that we discuss addresses specific challenges that are related Microservices based solutions. We will cover the motivation, solution, considerations and use cases for each design pattern in detail.