First published on MSDN on Dec 04, 2018
We're excited to announce that the Service Fabric Mesh Preview runtime, SDK, and tooling updates are now available
. These releases were
announced at Ignite
earlier this year, and over the next few of days, the updates will be available in all the Azure regions.
What's new in the Service Fabric Mesh preview refresh?
Services can now be automatically scaled by specifying CPU and memory thresholds in the application model.
Ability to specify and use inline secrets in the application model.
Support multiple ingress for per-request routing to services.
Support for mounting Azure Files storage as a volume to be used in containers.
Support for Service Fabric Reliable Volumes that provide high availability through built-in replication.
Maven CLI integration for easily creating and deploying Mesh applications.
Browse & manage Mesh applications through the Azure portal.
Ability to add Mesh support to existing ASP.NET Framework and .NET console projects.
Support for targeting multiple environments via the use of parameters.
Support for Gateway, Service Fabric Reliable Volume, and Azure Files Volume resources.
The new tooling will work against local Service Fabric 6.4 clusters. As the rollout proceeds, the tooling will work against Mesh environments in Azure as well. To check which regions have been updated, please run the following command in