I am currently working on a very exciting project involving systems integration across the Azure Messaging Service Bus. I thought I would share some of the painfully acquired knowledge nuggets with you. About %90 of examples you’ll find on Internet uses Azure Bus SDK with ‘owner’. That is basically ‘admin’ privilege because owner has read/write … More Securing Azure Messaging Service Bus access
Back in December (2011), Microsoft released the Azure Service Bus EAI & EDI Labs. This is a sort of CTP with labs. It’s built on top of AppFabric Service Bus, but seems to contain much more than raw messaging. According to the MSDN documentation, it seems that a lot of BizTalk concepts were re-used. For … More Service Bus EAI and EDI
I ran across a series of good blog posts I wanted to share with you, dear readers. From Richard Seroter, the series is about integration patterns in the cloud, looking at cloud-to-cloud & cloud-to-on-premise scenarios. Richard looks at three main patterns: Shared Database Remote Procedure Invocation Asynchronous Messaging For each pattern, Richard describe the pattern, … More Integration in the Cloud
I recently blogged about the future of BizTalk and the roadmap of the product version Windows AppFabric. An even more recent blog post shed some light on the topic. We are planning to invest in the following main areas: Deep Microsoft Application Platform Alignment Enterprise Connectivity for Windows Server AppFabric On-Premise Server and Cloud Service … More BizTalk beyond 2010
There are some rumours for the next version of BizTalk (after BizTalk 2010) to be available in the Cloud. A sort of BizTalk Azure. That’s interesting news for sure. Some are wondering how that will fit with Windows Azure AppFabric. Well, for sure, you’ll need your AppFabric Service Bus in order to allow Azure to … More BizTalk vNext: BizTalk Azure?