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8/6/2018 Service Fabric Updated Feature July 10th, 2018 Windows OS Updates are breaking some Service Fabric clusters. Apply the following KBs for resolution: Windows Server 2016 - KB 4338814 Windows Server 2012R2 - KB 4338824, KB 4338815 Link Details
7/16/2018 Service Fabric Preview Feature At Build 2018, we shared the Service Fabric product roadmap and demonstrated Azure Service Fabric Mesh, a fully-managed service that enables developers to deploy and operate containerized applications without having to manage VMs, storage or networking configuration, while keeping the enterprise-grade reliability, scalability, and mission-critical performance of Service Fabric. Service Fabric Mesh supports both Windows and Linux containers, so you can develop with the programming language and framework of your choice. Today, after a couple of months of private preview, we are excited to open the preview of Service Fabric Mesh to everyone. Link Link Details
7/2/2018 Service Fabric New Feature In order to improve the developer experience with Service Fabric, we are happy to expand our tooling support with the release of the Service Fabric Reliable Services plugin for Visual Studio Code. This plugin helps scaffold .NET, Java, container or guest executable applications on any machine and deploy it to any cluster. Link Link Details
6/15/2018 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
5/30/2018 Service Fabric Updated Feature Today a new refresh of Service Fabric is being released. We call this release CU2 and it contains updates to the following packages: Service Fabric Runtime Ubuntu - 6.2.194.1 Windows - 6.2.283.9494 Service Fabric for Windows Server Service Fabric Standalone Installer Package - 6.2.283.9494 .NET SDK Windows .NET SDK - 3.1.283.9494 Microsoft.ServiceFabric - 6.2.283.9494 Reliable Services and Reliable Actors - 3.1.283.9494 ASP.NET Core Service Fabric integration - 3.1.283.9494 Link Link Details
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

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