Azure Service Fabric for Developers

Azure Service Fabric for Developers
Azure Service Fabric for Developers
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 49m | 1.50 GB

Azure Service Fabric handles infrastructure needs, deployment, and scaling, allowing developers to spend more time on features. Service Fabric powers core Azure infrastructure and other Microsoft services, and you can use this technology in your own software solutions to achieve high-availability, better reliability, scalability, and performance. In this course, learn about the platform’s main benefits, as well as how to build Service Fabric applications for the cloud or on premises. Instructor Rodrigo Díaz Concha details the benefits of Service Fabric as a distributed microservices platform, the Service Fabric application model, as well as its overall development cycle. He also shows how to create Service Fabric clusters from the Azure Portal and CLI, develop container-based Service Fabric microservices solutions, and more.

Topics include:

  • Benefits of Service Fabric as a distributed microservices platform
  • Managing your local Service Fabric cluster
  • Scaling a Service Fabric cluster
  • Creating Service Fabric clusters from the Azure Portal
  • Creating Service Fabric stateless reliable services
  • Developing container-based Service Fabric solutions
  • Updating Service Fabric applications
Table of Contents

1 Increase reliability, performance, and scalability with Azure Service Fabric
2 What is Azure Service Fabric
3 How does Azure Service Fabric work
4 Microservices versus monoliths
5 Service Fabric architecture
6 Service Fabric versus Kubernetes
7 Supported environments for running Service Fabric applications
8 Installing Azure Service Fabric tools
9 Service Fabric development environment verification
10 Managing your local Service Fabric cluster
11 Challenge Installing and verifying your development environment
12 Solution Installing and verifying your development environment
13 Creating a Service Fabric cluster from the Azure portal
14 Creating a Service Fabric cluster from Azure CLI
15 Anatomy of an Azure Service Fabric cluster
16 Administering an Azure Service Fabric cluster from the Azure portal
17 Administering an Azure Service Fabric cluster from the Service Fabric CLI
18 Scaling an Azure Service Fabric cluster
19 Challenge Provisioning an Azure Service Fabric cluster
20 Solution Provisioning an Azure Service Fabric cluster
21 Supported application models in Service Fabric
22 Creating Service Fabric stateless Reliable Services with .NET Core
23 Creating Service Fabric stateless Reliable Services with ASP.NET Core
24 Configuring service ports in Service Fabric applications
25 Implementing a common interface for communication between Service Fabric services
26 Communication between Service Fabric services with remoting
27 Communication between Service Fabric services with HTTP
28 Communicating to Service Fabric services by using WCF
29 Challenge Developing an Azure Service Fabric application by using stateless services
30 Solution Developing an Azure Service Fabric application by using stateless services
31 Creating a container-based Service Fabric application
32 Lifting and shifting legacy applications to Service Fabric
33 Challenge Create an Azure Service Fabric application based on Docker containers
34 Solution Creating an Azure Service Fabric application based on Docker containers
35 Service Fabric application packaging
36 Publishing Service Fabric applications
37 Updating Service Fabric applications
38 Challenge Upgrading an Azure Service Fabric application
39 Solution Upgrading an Azure Service Fabric application
40 Next steps