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Microsoft/Service-fabric

A distributed systems platform that makes it easy to build and manage scalable, reliable, and easily upgradable microservices and container-based applications for Windows and Linux

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A distributed systems platform designed to simplify the development, deployment, and management of scalable and reliable microservices and container-based applications. It offers a comprehensive set of features for building resilient and highly available applications, including automatic load balancing, health monitoring, and rolling upgrades. With support for both Windows and Linux environments, Service Fabric provides developers with the flexibility to create applications using their preferred programming languages and frameworks.

Key Features

  • Service Fabric enables the development of applications using a microservices architecture, allowing for greater scalability, reliability, and agility.
  • It supports stateful services, allowing applications to maintain state without relying on external data stores, thus simplifying development and improving performance.
  • It includes robust health monitoring and reporting features, allowing developers to monitor the health of individual services and the overall application in real-time.
  • Service Fabric supports rolling upgrades, allowing applications to be updated with zero downtime by gradually rolling out new versions of services while maintaining availability.

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Pros

  • Service Fabric provides built-in support for scalable applications, enabling them to handle increasing workloads efficiently.
  • Service Fabric abstracts away much of the complexity of building distributed applications, allowing developers to focus on writing application logic rather than managing infrastructure.
  • Service Fabric supports deployment across both on-premises and cloud environments, providing flexibility in deployment options.
  • It supports stateful services, eliminating the need for external data stores and simplifying application development.

Cons

  • Service Fabric is tightly integrated with the Microsoft ecosystem, which may lead to vendor lock-in for organizations heavily invested in Microsoft technologies.
  • Imposes resource requirements for running the cluster, which may increase operational overhead, especially for smaller deployments.
  • While Service Fabric supports multiple programming languages, its primary focus is on .NET and C#, which may limit adoption among teams using other languages such as Java or Python.
  • Depending on the scale of deployment and requirements, the cost of using Service Fabric may be higher compared to other container orchestration solutions.

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Capillary reduced ops tickets by 95%

“Our releases are fast. And with less developer time needed our teams can focus on building exciting features. We’ve saved countless hours and costs.”

Piyush K,
Chief Architect, Capillary Technologies,

Treebo reduced production issues by 70%

"With Facets, our staging environments look identical to production environments. So in case of production issues, we can be sure there are no infra drifts."

Kadam Jeet Jain,
Co-Founder & CTO, Treebo Hotels and Hotel Superhero.

GGX switched from AWS to GCP in 2 weeks

"Facets has radically changed our DevOps for the better. They did all the heavy lifting and saved us precious time and resources in our when we switched from AWS to GCP."

Kaustubh Bhoyar,
Head of engineering, GGX

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