Service Fabric is the foundational technology introduced by Microsoft Azure to empower the large-scale Azure service. In this session, you’ll get an overview of containers like Docker after an overview of Service Fabric, explain the difference between it and Kubernetes as a new way To Orchestrate Microservices. You’ll learn how to develop a Microservices application and how to deploy those services to Service Fabric clusters and the new serverless Service Fabric Mesh service. We’ll dive into the platform and programming model advantages including stateful services and actors for low-latency data processing and more. You will learn: Overview of containers Overview of Service Fabric Difference between Kubernetes and Service Fabric Setup Environment to start developing an application using Microservices with Service Fabric
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