@arts & @epereira - Thank you so much for sharing your interest in this again! I wish I had more specifics, all I can do is echo the things the product team has shared about Azure Service Fabric. This feature has been accepted, has been put on our roadmap and details are continuing to be planned out by our .NET Agent engineers.
Priority for this—and this is just a 100% guess—is medium/high on the list based on the fact that a lot of effort and planning have been discussed over here on our side. Of course, there are still things that have to happen before this can fully come to fruition.
Please know that things can and do change when it comes to these things. We are counting on your continued patience and excellent ideas. Thanks so much for checking in!
And @msantambrogio: If you are not using .NET Core, it’s possible you could get the agent to work with SF, but it isn’t something we can support or assist with. I have ensured that there is a feature request in for support of Service Fabric just for you so please stay tuned!