Tag: BizTalk

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Simple Hybrid Integration With BizTalk 2016, Azure Service Bus Queues

With any new development or training, we often find ourselves wanting to try something new and need a simple example to get us going. In this post, I’ll demonstrate BizTalk 2016 using a simple hybrid integration scenario with Azure. This simple hybrid demonstration will use BizTalk to pick up a file, securely send it to

BizTalk 2016 Release: Get an Integration Strategy to Upgrade Now

The BizTalk 2016 release has us pumped! This is the 10th major release from BizTalk, the enterprise-integration server that automates mission critical business processes. BizTalk 2016 bridges the digital transformation needs for on-premises automation while allowing the creation of applications in the cloud. Microsoft shared the integration future and roadmap late last year with detailed directions and key product offerings that

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Why Upgrade to BizTalk 2016?

Businesses in the digital transformation age are growing rapidly thus requiring increased agility and faster delivery. It has become essential to integrate mission critical applications as well as to connect seamlessly to modern SaaS applications. BizTalk 2016 will provide quick value for these integrations.

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BizTalk Integration with AS400 Using DB2 Adapter

The BizTalk Host Adapter for DB2 has been designed to access IBM’s DB2 database on a number of platforms including mainframe, AIX, AS/400, and Windows. Here are a few scenarios that I have come across working with the DB2 adapter and BizTalk orchestrations.

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Future Integration – Following The Microsoft BizTalk Integration Roadmap

Microsoft has released its BizTalk Integration roadmap with detailed directions and key product offerings that address many areas like cloud, on-premises, B2B, connectors, and social network space. With the challenge of the cloud dramatically growing there is a need to define the direction of future integration. Businesses are running all kinds of applications in cloud (ex:


BizTalk Server and EDI

In the modern B2B world, companies are looking to automate business processes and simplify integration in order to communicate with partners, vendors and customers. By automating business processes companies can achieve faster turnaround on critical transactions and gain efficiency as well as get visibility into all stages of transaction fullfilment. To be able to offer

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Integration with Azure App Service Suite

Logic Apps help you deliver powerful integrations in no time and with simplicity. Logic Apps can help you visually create the process flow as well as deliver integration capabilities in web, mobile and API apps. They are built or designed such that anyone that has access to Azure can build the business processes or orchestrate data not just for Azure cloud, but for all cloud applications. To make Logic Apps more powerful, Microsoft included powerful capabilities in BizTalk Server. BizTalk is Microsoft’s leading platform for Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), and Business Process Managements (BPM). In Logic Apps, Azure’s hybrid connectivity options can bridge cloud and on premises systems.

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Integrate 2014 – BizTalk Roadmap

BizTalk Roadmap and what’s next on Cloud Integration


WABS Integration Pattern – Dynamic Router

Continuing from my previous blog on Windows Azure BizTalk Services (WABS) Patterns, we will implement another enterprise integration pattern, Dynamic Router.


Certificate Placement For Synchronous AS2 BizTalk Application

In this particular case, we needed to move a BizTalk 2006 AS2 application into a new environment for BizTalk 2010.