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5/23/2018 Service Fabric Updated Feature The latest version of the Service Fabric tools, which is part of Visual Studio 2017 Update 7 (15.7), includes the new container tooling for Service Fabric feature. This new feature makes debugging and deploying existing applications, in containers, on Service Fabric easier than ever before. Link Link Details
5/23/2018 Service Fabric Updated Feature We've been working on a new and improved .NET Standard 2.0 client library to replace FabricClient for management tasks like creating and deleting applications or getting detailed info about your cluster. A preview of the new library is now available via NuGet with some exciting improvements. Link Link Details
5/14/2018 Service Fabric Updated Feature Thank you all for your patience as we worked through the issues with the 6.2 release. The following versions are now available: Windows clusters in Azure - Version 6.2.274 Ubuntu clusters in Azure - Version 6.2.191 Service Fabric for Windows Server (Standalone) - Version 6.2.274 Microsoft Azure Service Fabric SDK for Windows - Version 3.1.274 Most Windows clusters in Azure, configured with automatic update, have also been upgraded. For Ubuntu, the release started rolling out to clusters in Azure yesterday. You should expect it to become available in all Azure regions within the next week. Link Link Details
5/7/2018 Machine Learning Preview Feature Azure ML SDK for Python (Preview): This SDK provides a single control plane API to the data scientist to execute the key AML workflows of Provisioning Compute, Model Training, Model Deployment and Scoring entirely in Python. It enables simple, seamless dispatch and management of scale -jobs on a serverless fabric that supports a diversity of CPU/ GPU configurations with support for all python compatible frameworks, including TensorFlow, CNTK, Scikit-learn, and more. The SDK is fully integrated into the AML Experimentation service giving you a single pane of glass for seeing all your team’s experiments, rapidly comparing them side by side, and choosing the models you want to deploy. Link Details
4/24/2018 Service Fabric New Feature Today, we are excited to announce the release of Service Fabric runtime v6.2 and corresponding SDK and tooling updates. This release includes: The general availability of Java and .NET Core Reliable Services and Actors on Linux Public preview of Red Hat Enterprise clusters Enhanced container support Improved monitoring and backup/restore capabilities The updates will be available in all regions over the next few days and details can be found in the release notes. Link Link Details
3/30/2018 Service Fabric New Features We heard feedback that the current processes for creating secure clusters were complex and time-consuming. Based on your input, we've added the ability to create secure clusters directly from Visual Studio. This update shipped with the latest release of the Service Fabric tooling for Visual Studio 2015 and with Visual Studio 2017 as part of the Azure workload. Link Link Details
3/20/2018 Service Fabric Updated Features As part of our efforts to improve security in the cloud, we have removed the option to create unsecure Azure Service Fabric clusters from portal. In its place, we added a simplified process for creating secure Service Fabric clusters. You can create a certificate from the portal during the Service Fabric creation experience, from a new or existing key vault. Link Link Details
3/17/2018 Service Fabric Updated Features Today we are releasing a second refresh of Service Fabric 6.1 with a few important fixes. At this time we have made SDKs, standalone and other packages available for download and are about to start the upgrade and roll-out to clusters in Azure. The upgrade will go on over the next days, so expect your clusters to upgrade anytime soon, if you are running with Automatic upgrade in Azure. Link Link Details
2/20/2018 Service Fabric New Features The Patch Orchestration Application (POA) is now generally available to be deployed to your Ubuntu Linux Service Fabric clusters. POA is a Service Fabric application that allows you to automate OS patching of the VMs/VM instances/nodes of a Service Fabric cluster. Link Link Details
2/16/2018 Virtual Machines Scale Sets Preview Features A new capability is in preview: automatic guest OS image updates in scale sets. After you enable this feature for your scale sets, when a new OS image is published with the latest features, security patches, and performance improvements, your scale sets and Azure Service Fabric clusters can receive these updates automatically, without your intervention. Link Link Details

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