If you have been wondering so far whether an ESB implementation is the right solution for your integration problems, let us help you make the right decision.
On Feb 11th, Peter Kelcey (Technical Sales Professional from Microsoft Canada) and I, will be co-presenting an MSDN Webcast. Peter has extensive experience helping customers with ESB implementation using the BizTalk ESB Toolkit. We will articulate the business values that an ESB brings to integration solutions, specifically how it can promote flexibility and reuse. Being able to adapt rapidly to new business or technical requirements while minimizing development efforts, costs and risks is crucial in the current tough economic climate.
This is going to be a demo intensive session to illustrate with a series of live short demos the advantages and use cases of the BizTalk ESB Toolkit. More details are included below as is the link to register. Hope to see you there.
Language(s): English. Audience(s): Pro Dev/Programmers. (would be also useful for Enterprise/Solution Architects) Duration: 60 Minutes Start Date: Thursday, February 11, 2010 1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)
Event Overview Businesses across the globe are trying to cope with a faster rate of change. The need to adapt rapidly to new internal and external requirements is pushing organizations to look for more flexible solutions to build and connect their applications. At the same time, IT departments are also pressured to reduce costs and reuse software assets and services. Enterprise Service Bus has emerged as an architectural pattern that can help achieve these goals. In this webcast, we introduce the Microsoft BizTalk Enterprise Service Bus Toolkit 2.0 and explain how it accelerates the implementation of a very dynamic and reusable messaging and integration infrastructure on top of Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009 and the Microsoft .NET Windows Communication Framework.
We hope this session will convince you to stop procrastinating and “dive into the ESB pool” …