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Lab: Creating A Secure Service Fabric Cluster with Linux and Java

Overview

In this lab, you will build a Linux service fabric development machine, some self-signed SSL certificates, a secured Linux service fabric cluster with those certificates, and then connect and deploy a Java service fabric application to the secured cluster.


Details
  • Estimated time required to complete: 2 hours, 40 minutes
  • You will have access to this environment for 3 hours, 30 minutes
  • Learning Credits Required: 5

Exercises

Exercise 1: Create a Java Development Environment
In this exercise, you will set up a Java development environment inside of Microsoft Azure. This will include an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) using Ubuntu, the latest JDK, and Visual Studio Code. It will also be pre-configured with the Azure Service Fabric SDK for Java and .NET Core.
Exercise 2: Create Self-Signed Certificates for Service Fabric Security
Create Self-Signed Certificates for Service Fabric Security using Azure Key Vault.
Exercise 3: Create a Linux Service Fabric Cluster with an ARM Template
Exercise 4: Create and run an application on the local development cluster
Create and run an application on the local development cluster
Exercise 5: Deploy a containerized Java web app to the secured cluster
Deploy a containerized Java web app to the secured cluster

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