Chapter 8. Managing Service Fabric with Windows PowerShell
Windows PowerShell is a powerful tool for managing Windows-based systems and Azure services. In this chapter, I’ll introduce how to use Windows PowerShell to perform various management tasks on Service Fabric clusters.
Creating a secured Service Fabric cluster
So far in this book, I’ve been using unsecured clusters. These clusters are open to the public without any authentications or protections. This means that anyone on the Internet not only can browse the cluster using the Service Fabric Explorer, but also can make any changes to the cluster. This obviously is a very bad idea. We’ll fix it in this section.
Service Fabric supports certificate security and Windows security. You can ...