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  • Blog Post: Enterprise Service Bus now included in MS Application Platform

    I’m pleased to announce the final release of the Microsoft Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Guidance for BizTalk Server 2006 R2! “The Microsoft ESB Guidance provides architectural guidance, patterns, practices, frameworks, reusable components and samples for BizTalk Server R2 to simplify the development...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk extensions for Windows Workflow Foundation first CTP

    As we know WF and Biztalk are related and both have their strenghts and weaknesses: Windows Workflow Foundation provides a new programming model that developers can use for declaratively creating business logic in software. BizTalk Server provides an enterprise class server with tools for IT...
  • Blog Post: Biztalk enhanced support for SOA, ESB, BPM, WF

    Microsoft announced that BizTalk Server 2006 R2 will ship in September. In the B2B area it offers key new features like: RFID EDI support (i.e. much improved) Availability Statement 2 (AS2) support Prebuilt integration with SharePoint Server Broader Enterprise SSO In the area...
  • Blog Post: ESB Guidance Package

    The Microsoft ESB Guidance provides architectural guidance, patterns, practices, and a set of BizTalk Server and .NET components to simplify the development of an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) on the Microsoft platform and to allow Microsoft customers to extend their own messaging and integration solutions...
  • Blog Post: Visibility and Control in a Service-Oriented Architecture

    Services alone do not constitute a service-oriented architecture (SOA). Capabilities must be acquired that provide visibility and control into service development and service execution. Without these capabilities, IT offerings will become fragile as the number of services in the data center grows. This...
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