Episode 110 - Windows Azure BizTalk Services

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In this episode Nick Harris and Nathan Totten are joined by Kent Brown, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Guru Venkataraman, Senior Program Manager, who introduce us to Windows Azure BizTalk Services. Kent and Guru discuss how BizTalk Services brings the power of BizTalk to the cloud and makes enterprise integration scenarios even easier. Guru also demonstrates how BizTalk can be used to connect SAP systems to both on-premise and cloud SQL databases.

For more details on BizTalk Services see WindowsAzure.com and Scott Guthrie's blog post.

 

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      Kent Weare

      This is an extremely powerful solution...SAP would love to charge you a lot of money in order to connect a mobile app to its systems using their platform.

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      Marius​Zaharia

      For anyone waiting to follow Windows Azure BizTalk Services on Twitter: look for #biztalkservices, or #wabs.

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      SellRex

      What's going on? I was hoping to see a new episode by now to keep up with the latest Azure developments.

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      eduquint

      Hi!

      I am migrating my first app to Azure. It uses a pair of databases and there are 30 instances (29 stored procedures and one view) which use cross database queries.

      When I tried to publish my databases to an Azure counterpart the process always failed and the following error was shown:

      Reference to database and/or server name in '...' is not supported in this version of SQL Server.

      Is there any workaround besides combining both databases or rewrite the application code?

      Will Azure support cross database queries any time soon?

      Thanks in advance,

      Eduardo Quintana

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      deef

      Can the audio get fixed? Sounds like it's recorded in a cave. 

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