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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Platform services

    Microsoft has a new web page up covering a collection of hosted platform services . Worth checking out. There is good interop capabilities in all of these. I'm thinking maybe I have to stand up some PHP examples that connect to SQL Server Data Services and also to the BizTalk Services integration bus...
  • Blog Post: SOAP? REST? Whichever you choose, WCF is the right framework

    There's a new paper by David Chappell that is worth checking out. Entitled "Dealing with Diversity: Understanding WCF Communication Options in the .NET Framework 3.5", it discusses WCF and its applicability to REST as well as WS-* style communications. (To get the paper, click the link and then scroll...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft launches new SOA Website

    The new Microsoft SOA & Business Process website is up! And I am really pleased to see it. Mea culpa time: For a long time, we (Microsoft) have not effectively communicated with customers and partners about Service Oriented Architecture. That's why I'm so pleased to see this new website. ...
  • Blog Post: Project Astoria, S+S, and Interop

    With the unveiling of Project Astoria , we're seeing more and more "services in the sky" from Microsoft. Of course there is the BizTalk Services ISB , which I commented on previously . At Mix , Microsoft talked about a bunch of things, but one category was the Windows Live platform . Lots of new services...
  • Blog Post: "BizTalk Services" ISB debuts

    This just in.... Microsoft has just released a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of BizTalk Services , a set of hosted services delivered via the Internet to help developers rapidly build and run composite applications at internet scale. At it's core, it is an Internet Service Bus . With platform...
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