BizTalk enables the integration and managment of automated business processes within or across organizational boundaries. To build a solid BizTalk solution, deploy a robust environment, and keep it running smoothly you sometimes need to broaden your spectrum, explore all possibilities, and choose the best solution for your purpose. By following the recipes in this book you will gain required knowledge and succeed in your implementation.
With BizTalk Server 2010 Cookbook, you can leverage and hone your skills. More than 50 recipes will guide you in implementing BizTalk solutions, setting up a robust and well performing BizTalk environment, and choosing the right solution for monitoring it. As a developer or administrator you greatly benefit from taking these recipes to work.
In this book a developer and administrator will see how to deploy, build, and maintain a BizTalk environment. How to apply patterns for robust orchestrations, messaging and testing.
Administrators will learn to set up an environment using Microsoft best practices and tools to deliver a robust, performing and durable BizTalk environment. Besides setting up their environments administrators can also decide through a number of recipes how to monitor and maintain the environment. A developer can contribute to a healthy environment by implementing instrumentation in artefacts, applying well suited pattern(s) and testing the solutions built.
This book will explain step-by-step in each recipe how to, for example, implement a certain orchestration pattern, test a BizTalk artifact, monitor BizTalk with a third party tool, or secure a message. The recipes in this book are easy to understand and follow as the author discusses real-world scenarios. The range of topics covered in this book will bring out the forward-thinking BizTalk developer in you. The examples are supported by relevant background information for ease of understanding.
Who this book is for
This book is for professional BizTalk Developers and administrators to take their skills to the next level and explore the numerous BizTalk capabilities. This book assumes that you have a basic understanding of BizTalk and SOA and Windows Azure AppFabric concepts.