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  • Blog Post: Denver Water Utility Enhances Service Management with Rich Internet Application Services - Case Study Now Live!

    See the full case study here: http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/Case_Study_Detail.aspx?CaseStudyID=4000007632 The Denver Water service-oriented architecture (SOA) implementation is occurring in the context of many different older applications, databases, interfaces, and machines that make up a...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Reference Application released to MSDN Code Gallery

      Project Riviera is a comprehensive code sample to demonstrate how to develop multi-tenant highly-scalable line-of-business application on Windows Azure Platform , built by a cloud ISV partner, Cumulux . Cumulux is a Microsoft partner who’s built their business around  delivering solutions...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft SOA and Business Process Website

    We've officially launched a new website dedicated to providing invaluable information around building Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Business Process Management (BPM) solutions using the Microsoft platform. As a part of this site , we've released our latest roadmap and product strategy around...
  • Blog Post: SOA Security - Enterprise Architecture Perspective

    Co-worker and Microsoft Architect, David Chou went to the IT Architect Regional Conference 2007 event in San Diego. A discussion about the myriad of conflicting issues in planning and designing security for enterprise SOA efforts, and some suggested approaches for navigating the issues and solution approaches...
  • Blog Post: MOSS Supports Live Earth - How we built Conservation International's Public Websites

    You may recall in a previous post , I wrote about how I led a couple of projects to migrate Conservation International's public websites to SharePoint Server 2007 as well as implement a Silverlight v1.1-based Carbon Offset Calculator that is currently hosted on Conservation International's newly re-launched...
  • Blog Post: Moving your data to the "Cloud": Microsoft's Astoria Data Services

    The challenge of exposing data the web is being taken on by the Microsoft SQL Server team with (codename) Astoria project. Here's the description from the Astoria Project Site (where you can get the CTP today): http://astoria.mslivelabs.com/ . Description: "The goal of Microsoft Codename Astoria is to...
  • Blog Post: Free Online Course: BizTalk 2006 for Developers (Self-paced course)

    I just found this free course on MSDN, amongst others that are offered for free. I am in the process of getting smarter on BizTalk 2006, so that I can understand it from an SOA perspective and have been looking for as many free resources to help me get there as I could find. If you are interested in...
  • Blog Post: BizTalk Adapter for Windows Workflow Foundation sample (June 2007 CTP)

    Pretty cool, there WILL be a solution for hosting Windows Workflow Foundation workflows in BizTalk Server 2006. Paul Andrew has more details here . -Marc
  • Blog Post: (Web Cast) Learn how to quickly convert your .NET Applications to Service Oriented Solutions w/NET 3.0?

    Do you want to learn how to quickly convert your .NET Applications/Components to Service Oriented Solutions? If so, then that's perfect, because I want to show you how easy it will be with the .NET 3.0 Framework and Windows Communication Foundation. Register and attend my web cast and I promise very...
  • Blog Post: Ronan Bradley: Microsoft Making Sense About ESB

    In this post , Ronan Bradley gives Microsoft props for taking a sensible approach to ESB. He writes: "What I found striking was how Microsoft, unlike some of the other major players, seems to understand that SOA requires a different view not only of architecture but also about middleware. In particular...
  • Blog Post: Learn how to quickly convert your .NET Applications to Service Oriented Solutions w/NET 3.0? (Web Cast)

    Do you want to learn how to quickly convert your .NET Applications/Components to Service Oriented Solutions? If so, then that's perfect, because I want to show you how easy it will be with the .NET 3.0 Framework and Windows Communication Foundation. Register and attend my web cast and I promise very...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft and SOA: AMR's Dennis Gaughan gets it

    AMR Research Analayst Dennis Gaughan has written an article called " A Study in Contrasts: The Evolving SOA Strategies of IBM And Microsoft ", in which he says " For Microsoft, simplicity from a product portfolio is a vital strength. The number of products that a customer would need to build out...
  • Blog Post: SOA: The WCF governance and management story (long)

    Much noise has been made in recent months about SOA governance and management. Acquisitions, pronouncements, etc. One reason I believe that Microsoft’s SOA story is not well understood by many customers and software architects is that we don’t offer much in the way of technology in those spaces. And...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft: Real-world SOA

    Today, we kicked off the Microsoft SOA/BP Conference. At this conference, we're articulating the Microsoft approach to successful SOA projects. This approach is characterized by 1) choosing smaller high-impact projects vs. the "Big Bang" approach of "build it and they will come", 2) involving business...
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