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The Paremus Service Fabric: Making Microservices Manageable ...                         

                                     

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titleWhat is a Service Fabric?
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  • A Service Fabric is a distributed runtime platform composed of a population of one or more Fibres.
  • Each Service Fabric is created from a corresponding fabric profile: this template defines the number and type of Fibres required.
  • A Service Fabric may host one or more Systems.
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titleWhat is a Fibre?
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  • A Fibre is smart OSGi based agent that runs on the host's Java VM: the host may be a physical machine, a virtual machine, or a container.
  • A Fibre may host one or more system.parts.
  • A Fibre may act as either:
    • `the container` for one or more OSGi assemblies. 
    • `the proxy / controller` for one or more container images.
    • A combination of each.

The Fibre is responsible for the creation of any required local Linux container (e.g. Docker), and then container image life-cycle management.

 


> Install - Installing a Service Fabric, minimum requirements & supported platforms.

> Administration - Service Fabric management.

> Reference - Design Principles, Site Planning and Background Information.


Standards based, non-Opinionated, Modular & Reactive ...    

 

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titleWhat is a System?
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  • A System is a modular distributed Application. 
  • A System is composed of one or more system.parts. 
  • Each system.part is composed of one or more colocated system.part.elements.

When deploying a System, the Service Fabric will place the required number of system.part instances upon most appropriate Fibres available. Each instance is dynamically configured by its Fibre host.

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titleModular Adaptive Microservices!
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Each system.part.element may be the implementation of a CRUD/REST microservice, an Synchronous or Asynchronous RPC microservice, or a consumer / producer of messages or events.

The Service Fabric automatically enforces appropriate visibility / boundaries for each System's microservices:

  • Internal microservices are only visible to other entities within the same System.
  • External or Public microservices are visible to third parties.

 


> Tutorials - Introducing Service Fabric concepts and capabilities: both OSGi™ / Java & Polyglot / Container based microservices.

 

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Documentation for previous Service Fabric releases may be found archived here.