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How to setup Service Fabric connections on VSTS

Visual Studio Team Service, VSTS, is really powerful tool to achieve your CI/CD pipeline. Before setting up Service Fabric connections, you need to create a *.pfx file to register as "Client Admin" certificate into your Service Fabric cluster. Please refer
Step by step how to setup Service Fabric Explorer on Azure - normalian blog if you have registered no *.pfx files as "Admin Client" certificates yet.

Create BASE64 string from your *.pfx file

Create BASE64 string for registering on VSTS portal to setup Service Fabric cluster connections.

PS C:\Users\normalian> [System.Convert]::ToBase64String([System.IO.File]::ReadAllBytes("D:\temp\yourpfxfile.pfx"))
MIIJ+gIBAzCCCbYGCSqGSIb3DQEHAaCCCacEggmjMIIJnzCCBgAGCSqGSIb3DQEHAaCCBfEEggXtMIIF6TCCBeUGCyqGSIb3DQEMCgECoIIE9jCCBPIwHAYKKoZIh
"omission"
OBBRKwq7BWPo3ZdSGscBgAYKIhP8yGwICB9A=

Pick up and save the BASE64 string.

Setup on VSTS portal

Go to your VSTS project page and choose right side icon and "Services" item like below.
f:id:waritohutsu:20180216091954p:plain

Click "New Service Endpoint" and choose "Service Fabric" like below.
f:id:waritohutsu:20180216092050p:plain

Input your info into "Add new Service Fabric Connection" wizard like below. Input *.pfx file password into "Password" section.
f:id:waritohutsu:20180216093140p:plain

Now, you can use your Service Fabric cluster in your VSTS project.