You develop an entertainment application where users can buy and trade virtual real estate. The application must scale to support thousands of users.
The current architecture includes five Azure virtual machines (VM) that connect to an Azure SQL Database for account information and Azure Table Storage for backend services. A user interacts with these components in the cloud at any given time.
Routing Service - Routes a request to the appropriate service and must not persist data across
Account Service - Stores and manages all account information and authentication and requires data to
persist across sessions
User Service - Stores and manages all user information and requires data to persist across sessions.
Housing Network Service - Stores and manages the current real-estate economy and requires data to
persist across sessions.
Trade Service - Stores and manages virtual trade between accounts and requires data to persist
Due to volatile user traffic, a microservices solution is selected for scale agility.
You need to migrate to a distributed microservices solution on Azure Service Fabric.
Solution: Deploy a Windows container to Azure Service Fabric for each component.
Does the solution meet the goal?