Getting Started with BizTalk Services
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- Create integration solutions on the cloud with Windows Azure BizTalk Services
- Understand the different capabilities of BizTalk Services and how to use them effectively
- Connect enterprises together in scalable and flexible ways that go beyond what traditional on-premises integration products (such as BizTalk Server) can manage
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Hello BizTalk Services
Chapter 2: Messages and Transforms
Chapter 3: Bridges
Chapter 4: Enterprise Application Integration
Chapter 5: Business-to-business Integration
Chapter 6: API
Chapter 7: Tracking and Troubleshooting
Chapter 8: Moving to BizTalk Services
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What you will learn from this book
- Use the EAI and B2B features of BizTalk Services
- Connect with Line-Of-Business systems in your datacenter on-premises
- Create bridges and configure them to process and route messages
- Design transforms and employ custom code
- Address and diagnose problems
- Migrate from BizTalk Server to BizTalk Services
BizTalk Services is a service based on Windows Azure that was introduced by Microsoft in the summer of 2013. It provides integration capabilities in the cloud to connect enterprises together in scalable and flexible ways that go beyond what traditional on-premises integration products (such as BizTalk Server) can manage. BizTalk Services provides the ability to construct integration solutions using familiar tools (Visual Studio and Microsoft .Net) and also provides a bridge metaphor to connect applications and technologies.
Whether you are a neophyte or an expert in integration solutions, Getting Started with BizTalk Services provides you with a comprehensive look at cloud integration, covering the many features and capabilities of BizTalk Services. More importantly, the purpose of each feature is explained together with how to use them effectively.
The book starts by introducing the capabilities of BizTalk Services and then expands on them, providing insights on when to apply them yourself in your own integration solutions.
The book then goes on to cover both the Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and Business-to-Business Integration (B2B) features of BizTalk Services, explaining how to build cloud-hosted integration solutions that connect to your own datacenter as well as to your customers’. Each available option is discussed in turn, from FTP-based data transfer to Service Bus queues. The book ends with tips and tricks on tracking and troubleshooting.
Getting Started with BizTalk Services will give you all the knowledge and hands-on experience you need to use Microsoft’s integration service on cloud effectively through the many examples and real-world scenarios provided.
A practical book that acts as a clear and concise introduction to BizTalk Services. Full of real-world scenarios, each area of BizTalk Services is explained in detail, essentially enabling you to smoothly design your own integration solutions with minimal effort.
Who this book is for
This book is intended for those who want to understand BizTalk Services, what it can do, and how to build integration solutions using it in their organizations. If you are a developer, architect, or project manager, this book will quickly get you acquainted with this powerful cloud integration technology. It would be helpful to have some experience with BizTalk Server; however, this is neither required nor assumed. It is recommended to have a subscription with Windows Azure to try out the examples in the book.