Deploy a 10 – Node Azure Service Fabric Standalone Cluster #microservices #Containers

Azure Service Fabric Standalone Cluster

Earlier I wrote a blogpost about Microsoft Azure Service Fabric Standalone Cluster for Dev testing.
This was 5 – Node Azure Service Fabric Cluster locally installed, but now I like to have a bigger ASF Cluster on my
Windows Server 2019 for testing with Visual Studio.

When you have downloaded the Microsoft Azure Service Fabric SDK into a directory

Here you see the JSON Cluster config files

I used the same JSON template for deploying a Azure Service Fabric Standalone Cluster :

Creating Cluster but with a Changed JSON Template.

Here you find the 10 – Node Azure Service Fabric Cluster Config file on Github

10 – Node Microsoft Azure Service Fabric Standalone Cluster for Dev Testing

Important : Use this Azure Service Fabric Standalone Cluster only for Learning and testing and not for production!

Here you find more information and documentation about Azure Service Fabric for Production.

About the Author:

My name is James van den Berg, I’m a Microsoft ICT Specialist & Lead Architect working in the Netherlands.

I’m a Microsoft MVP Cloud and DataCenter Management, Sharing knowledge on social media like twitter : http://twitter.com/jamesvandenberg

Since July 2019 I’m a Microsoft Windows Insiders MVP too, giving feedback to Microsoft .

Reference:

van den Berg, J. (2020). Deploy a 10 – Node Azure Service Fabric Standalone Cluster #microservices #Containers. Available at: https://mountainss.wordpress.com/2020/05/04/deploy-a-10-node-azure-service-fabric-standalone-cluster-microservices-containers/ [Accessed: 20th May 2020].

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