This paper is compiled by Lei Feng
Azure Service Fabric launched in 2015 for the first time, it was born out of Microsoft development and construction of the basic service structure, mainly used to support large-scale cloud services, including Azure SQL, Cortana and commercial version of Skype. It provides scalable and fault-tolerant services that run on cluster (virtual) machines. Service Fabric is mainly working on the Azure system, but the operating environment can be downloaded freely, and can be deployed in the local Windows system, even on non Microsoft cloud Windows virtual machine. Currently another version of the Linux runtime environment is also under development.
Microsoft has begun to use GitHub's tracking features to obtain the requirements and defects in Service Fabric. At the same time, users of the operating environment also expressed great interest in the design and function of the Service Fabric. Open SDK is considered to be the next step in the Azure service framework to participate in the developer community, and the development direction of the framework has played a role in promoting.
Azure Service Fabric in Microsoft's many services assume an important business, which will make the process of open source tend to be conservative. It also means that open source Service Fabric will not be as smooth as the core of.NET, because the.NET core open source project led by the independent oversight committee, and received a lot of community contribution on GitHub.
Microsoft has no plans to open the Service Fabric SDK, the reliable data sets support will be missing, and open source in the early work will only in small areas, the public library code to source code time is not fixed.
Although the Microsoft development team does not promise future actions, but the open source process will continue. More SDK content, and even the service runtime environment is likely to be the future of open source candidates.