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Kubernetes vs Azure Service Fabric

I have been working on Azure service fabric also heard about Azure Kubernetes orchestrate the containers.

Similar to Kubernetes, Service Fabric provides container orchestration and also Service Fabric provides microservices framework models like stateful, stateless and actor.

There are few microservices that are running in service fabric. As no of service are increasing, I am just thinking to use Kubernetes but I am in dilemma on choosing the Kubernetes or service fabric

I would like to know the major differences between them? also, which one should I choose for my deployments?

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Can you comment on when Mesh will be GA such that I can setup a Severless Container Platform?Amazon just release severless kubernetes. And when Mesh comes out of preview it will give Azure a serverless AKS.

I agree if you need a statefull application like a database use SF. But I do not believe it is a good practice to write statefull applications. Why would you want to have to need Platform engineers if you can use a serverless platform?

Containers are simply a single process with all its dependencies with a single runtime. In the near future you will just create a container group and then tell Azure how many you want running at all times.

SF is no fun to have to support.

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