Episode 212: Service Fabric Series (3 of 3) - Service Fabric on Linux

Play Episode 212: Service Fabric Series (3 of 3) - Service Fabric on Linux


In this episode, Haishi Bai and Bruno Medina are joined by Subramanian Ramaswamy, Principal Program Manager working on Azure Service Fabric to talk about the preview of Service Fabric on Linux – a key milestone on our journey to make Service Fabric available for any cloud and any OS. This latest release includes Eclipse and Jenkins support, so developers can use the tools they know to build and deploy on Service Fabric on Linux. With .NET Core made available on Linux and Mac, we are offering enterprise developers with C# background an option to do C# Microservices on Linux using Service Fabric, making the Linux ecosystem easier to navigate. Check out the episode and blog by Mark Russinovich, CTO, Azure on the announcement here.

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The Discussion

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    The series went by quickly and was informative.

    I would like to know how to use Kestrel in Service Fabric and specifically using the HTTPS protocol.

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    Also we plan to use the same Web service on desktops with Windows 7/8/10.

    Our app uses the SQLLocaldb on desktops and would like to reuse the same Service fabric web service, however since it runs under Network account, it has no access to current user profile.

    How to make it work like a regular exe so it has access to current user profile.

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    We are excited to see if we can deploy Service Fabric on Linux (Ubuntu) cluster on premise.

    How to install Service Fabric (SF) in 3 node Linux cluster hosted on premise? How can we add/remove nodes in the SF cluster?

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