In my previous article, I’ve given a brief overview of Azure Service Fabric and how it helps solve some of the pain points of developing applications using Microservices.
Service Fabric platform continues to evolve and the Microsoft team that’s working on it introduces newer features regularly. We’ve been using Service Fabric in production to develop microservices for a lot of our clients and have come across many gems that I’d like to showcase here. It’s because of these gems, we love working with Service Fabric and continue to recommend it as a platform of our choice for all of our new clients.
Here’s are some of the awesome Service Fabric Gems :
- Reverse Proxy
- Container Service
- Dependency Injection
- Service Fabric Explorer
- Rolling Upgrades for Services
- Integration with API Management
- Centralized Logging via Event Sourcing
- Centralized Monitoring via Application Insights
- Continuous Integration and Deployment via VSTS
Stay tuned for more. We will continue to update this article as we find more gems.
Preetham Reddy, Cloud Solutions Architect at Tech Fabric
Tech Fabric specializes in building web, mobile and cloud based application using Microsoft Stack (C#, .NET Core, Xamarin, Azure, SQL Service etc.,). If you need help with taking your on-premise application to cloud or convert your monolithic applications to microservices based, we’d be glad to help you out.You can reach out to our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org