A Technology Influencer's musings

A blog exploring the various learning's I have in my day to day role at Microsoft. Currently I'm a technology strategist in the Enterprise Products team and most of my blogs focus on what I think it takes to do that job well.

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  • Blog Post: ESB Toolkit How to Video #8: Routing to Azure Based Services

    Welcome to #8 in my series of ESB Toolkit How To Videos. If you haven’t already seen the previous videos, I encourage you to do so. The previous ones can be found here Basic Itinerary Routing and UDDI Integration Composite Itinerary and Dynamic Mapping Itinerary Resolution in the Bus Dynamic...
  • Blog Post: Disabling Itinerary Encryption in the ESB Toolkit 2.0

    Those of you that worked with the CTP of the ESB Toolkit 2.0 will notice a new feature in the final release, namely "Itinerary Encryption". The Itinerary Design now allows you to use a certificate to encrypt your itineraries before you export them out of Visual Studio. This is a key new piece of functionality...
  • Blog Post: Content from the Canadian Connected Systems Conference

    We've been to Vancouver and Toronto so far and lots of people have been asking about the presentations that we delivered at the Connected Systems Conference. We're uploading them now to a skydrive site and you should be able to access them at http://cid-ece4536d84e10155.skydrive.live.com/browse.aspx...
  • Blog Post: Announcing free training on the ESB Guidance (Canada only)

    The concept of Service Oriented Architecture and the Enterprise Service Bus is huge topic for many organizations now days. To address this, our patterns and practices team have recently released the Enterprise Service Bus Guidance which organizations can use to implement an practical and effective ESB...
  • Blog Post: ESB Exception Management fails with Canadian Regional Settings

    I spent an hour or so this morning working with a college to debug a strange error he was getting when he tried to use on of the Exception Management Framework samples that are in the ESB guidance for BizTalk. He was intentionally creating exceptions and he expected to see them routed into the ESB exception...
  • Blog Post: Using the ESB Guidance - Installation Process and Checklists

    Many people are eager to get their hands on the new Microsoft ESB Guidance for BizTalk and to start exploring all of the great stuff it contains. However, we’re seeing that a lot of people are struggling with the installation process. Therefore, I thought I’d put together some documentation on the process...
  • Blog Post: Using the ESB Guidance: Dynamic Transformation and Routing

    In my last entry , I showed how developers could use our new ESB guidance to submit generic messages into BizTalk and have that message routed to a Service Endpoint based on a UDDI entry. Today, I thought I'd expand on that example and add in another common scenario that occurs within an ESB architecture...
  • Blog Post: Using the Microsoft ESB Guidance: UDDI

    Some of you may have heard by now that we are in the process of releasing the Microsoft Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) guidance. This guidance contains pre-built components, use cases, documentation and sales material that our Business Process Integration partners can use to rapidly deploy ESBs on top...
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