traefik-on-service-fabric - Azure Service Fabric now has support for Traefik!

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Disclaimer: Azure Service Fabric integration was added to Træfik in version 1.5 - please use this version or later. Warning: Work is currently underway in Træfik to standardize label names between providers. In future releases labels will change, for example: traefik.expose -> traefik.enable. See PR16 to follow the work.

https://github.com/jjcollinge/traefik-on-service-fabric

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