Last week on the Build 2017 conference in Seattle, Microsoft showed how they have added support for Docker compose to Azure Service Fabric. They demonstrated this on stage during a breakout session on day 2.
When you want to try this yourself the getting started is missing a lot of information.
In this post, I will try to explain what you have to do to get this running.
First you have to make sure you deploy a Service Fabric cluster in Azure which meets the following prerequisites:
- Deployed on Windows Server 2016 Datacenter with Containers
- Has fabric version 255.255.5713.255 or newer
- Has DnsService deployed and enabled
- Has port 80 opened on the loadbalancer
After these requirements are met you can deploy a Docker composed application to this cluster using the Azure CLI.