Azure Service Fabric 7.0 is now available! You will be able to update to 7.0 through the Azure Portal or via an Azure Resource Manager deployment. Due to customer feedback on releases around the holiday period we will not begin automatically updating clusters set to receive automatic upgrades.
In January, we will resume the standard roll-out procedure and clusters with automatic upgrades enabled will begin to receive the 7.0 update automatically. We will provide another announcement before the roll-out begins.
We will also update our planned release dates to indicate that we take this policy into consideration. Looks for updates to release roadmap here.
We are excited to announce that the next release of Service Fabric is loaded with key features and improvements.
In addition, this release contains other new features, bug fixes, and supportability, reliability, and performance improvements. For the full list of changes, please refer to the release notes.
These packages are built against AspNetCore 1.0.0 binaries which have gone out of support (https://dotnet.microsoft.com/platform/support/policy/dotnet-core). Starting in Service Fabric 8.0 we will start building Service Fabric AspNetCore integration against AspNetCore 2.1 and for netstandard 2.0. As a result, there will be following changes:
There are some work items that are not a part of the 7.0 release. We want to let you know that work on these items is still ongoing. At this point we plan for these work items to GA in upcoming 7.0 CUs, or as separate packages available in the upcoming months. The specific delivery dates will be communicated as they get closer to GA.
Improve Application life cycle experience
Image Store improvements
Reliable Collections Improvements
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