Service Fabric simplifies development of microservice architecture applications, enabling developers to focus on building features that raise end-user value without restrictions, rather than the management infrastructure.
Service Fabric on Azure
Service Fabric can be applied to a Windows Server virtual machines or Linux virtual machines of any standard size (only the preview version of Service Fabric is currently available on Linux). Service Fabric can also be used under the preview version, meanwhile Ubuntu images can run on Azure. You will be charged only for the compute instances you select and for the storage and network resources used to build Service Fabric clusters. The Service Fabric services are free of charge. For details on the pricing of necessary resources, please visit the following webpages:
IP Address Pricing (if your Service Fabric cluster requires other load balancers).
Service Fabric for Windows Server
Service Fabric allows free downloading for Windows Server, enabling you to create Service Fabric clusters locally or in other clouds.
Support & SLA
If you have any questions or need help, please visit Azure Support and select self-help service or any other method to contact us for support.
Service Fabric is a free service, so it’s not applicable to the Service Level Agreement. The availability of Service Fabric clusters is based on the Service Level Agreement of the virtual machine and storage resources used. To learn more about the details of our Service Level Agreement, please visit the Service Level Agreements page.