Developing an application for Azure Service Fabric is only part of a successful journey. This course will walk you through everything else you need to know to deliver your clusters and applications to production.
At the core of delivering a successful application is understanding its programming models. However, this is not enough for a successful journey when it comes to issues surfaced in production. In this course, Using Azure Service Fabric in Production, you will learn how to run Azure Service Fabric to production clusters. First, you will explore how to build secure clusters and manage them, including upgrading and auditing changes. Next, you will see how to set up correct security, including hardware and application monitoring, and understanding strengths and weaknesses of both software and hardware. Finally, you will learn how to scale clusters in production. After watching this course, you will be ready to support production clusters professionally, and you might rethink how you write cloud-native code.
Course Overview (Music) Hi, everyone. My name is Ivan Gavryliuk and welcome to my course, Using Azure Service Fabric in Production. I'm an independent cloud software architect and a passionate coder at Isoline Ltd. Programming for Azure Service Fabric can be fun; however, it's only a small part of a successful journey to production. In this course, we are going to learn the missing bits required to get a successful microservice solution to be secure, scalable, and ready to adapt to real-world challenges. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: automating cluster creation with ARM templates, making clusters secure and compliant with industry security standards, enabling reverse proxy routing for your microservices for convenient external access, implementing hardware and software monitoring, and enabling auto scaling and elasticity for your clusters. By the end of this course, you will have a solid and deep understanding of Azure Service Fabric cluster internals and surrounding moving parts to create and support production systems. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with Azure Azure Service Fabric in general, which you can do by watching my previous course, Understanding the Programming Models of Azure Service Fabric. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn Service Fabric cluster internals with the Using Azure Service Fabric in Production course at Pluralsight.