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Discuss what BizTalk is and when to use it.Speaker:Richard Seroter is a solutions architect for an industry-leading biotechnology company, a three time Microsoft MVP for BizTalk Server, and a Microsoft Connected Technology Advisor. He previously worked at Microsoft as technology specialist for…
The Microsoft Manufacturing Toolkit is a set of guidance documentation and working code samples that demonstrate the use of the Microsoft platform to build publish/subscribe (“pub/sub”), services-based architectures utilizing open standards for broad industry
implementation. The toolkit focuses on…
In this video I’m back on the Advanta campus chatting with Michael Merz, Program Manager for
Application Integration Framework (AIF) on the Dynamics AX team.
AIF is a standards-based framework that allows you to publish and consume web services. It’s used primarily in integration scenarios…
BizTalk adapter pack constitutes WCF-based adapters for line of business systems including SAP, Oracle DB and Siebel. This presentation by Mahadevan Venkatachalam positions the adapter pack, discusses the typical usage scenarios and the specific features
of the adapters.
Based in San Diego, Brian Loesgen is a Principal Consultant with Neudesic, a firm that specializes in .NET development and Microsoft server integration. Brian is a Microsoft MVP for BizTalk Server. Watch Brian demo BAM and ESB and hear him answer
In addition, Brian has been…
This screencast walks through the Echo Sample in the BizTalk Services SDK (R9). In a nutshell, the Echo Sample highlights how BizTalk Services makes it easy to expose services that are behind a NAT or firewall.
For a basic introduction to BizTalk Services, see…
When's the last time you talked to an Australian developer at 4am his time? Well, I don't think I really want you to answer that question!
Anyway, friend (you'd have to be, right?) and expert WF and BizTalk developer, Mick Badran joined the geekSpeak as 'expert-in-the-house.'
He did a great…
This is a much dated Architecture Webcast that I did last year for arcstreameast.net. Much of the information is dated, but still marginally useful! I am really using this as a test for all of the Boston Remix content we will be posting next week!Thanks, and see you there.