Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

Grow, SharePoint, Grow!

February, 2005

Blog - About

About Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

I work as a SharePoint Product Manager, and I work with ISVs that provide solutions that integrate with SharePoint. 

I can’t wait to see where SharePoint will pop up next, and which partner solutions will be instrumental in the next months and years in helping to carry SharePoint in new and interesting directions.  I hope to comment and bring you stories about this next journey.

Please feel fee to contact me at any time using the Email link on the sidebar of this blog.

  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    David Chappell's Indigo Whitepaper

    • 1 Comments
    If you often find yourself looking for the right way to describe technology to business leaders, you may be familiar with David Chappell . He does a great job of presenting content in a way that is understandable. His latest is a white paper about Indigo...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    BizTalk ODBC Adapter

    • 1 Comments
    A colleague of mine, Todd Van Nurden , has written an ODBC adapter for BizTalk Server 2004. Download it from the GotDotNet workspace . The ODBC adapter addresses some of the limitations of the SQL Adapter. For example, it supports stored procedures that...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Scenarios for BizTalk and SOA

    • 0 Comments
    Paul of SolidSoft has a good introduction to BizTalk and the uber-term "SOA". He describes how BizTalk offers value within a SOA environment when it fills one or more roles of these 3 patterns: Service Broker, Service Aggregator, and Integration Enabler...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    NEW BLOG - BizTalk Customer Response Team

    • 1 Comments
    This looks like a great start to a blog. The Customer Response Team for the Business Process and Integration team at Microsoft . Keep up the great information! If for no other reason, (besides the obvious list of doc links), it must be interesting because...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    Installing BizTalk on a Production Server without VS.Net

    • 2 Comments
    One interesting learning today... I was building a BizTalk Server machine that was designed to be a production server (production defined to mean no locally installed Visual Studio.Net, no local SQL Server, etc...) and ran into a problem where BizTalk...
  • Owen Allen - The MOSS Garden

    MSFT Training in the Northwest

    • 0 Comments
    I received the latest training calendar from NetDesk in the mail today... The best classes on their schedule are the following... BizTalk Server 2004 (course 2157) April 4-8, 2005 Commerce Server 2002 (course 2729) March 21-24, 2005 Content Management...
Page 1 of 1 (6 items)