Integration

Microsoft BizTalk Server

Biztalk IT PM Management Consultants

Signs you need an Enterprise Application Integration Solution

As the number of systems in organizations grow, keeping a consistent and integrated view of the entire organization is becoming increasingly challenging. The problem seems set to last as the number of vendors and product options grows and these become more and more specialized. If you aren’t sure if you need an integration solution, here are […]

Biztalk
BizTalk Mappings

Common Patterns in Application Integration (and BizTalk Mappings)

Pattern Name Description BizTalk Mapping Comments AI Patterns Messaging Systems Message Channel Logical name for path taken for travel by the message Send and receive pipelines Message BTS Message Pipes and Filters Send/Recv Pipelines, filters Message Router Message Translator Mapping tool Message Endpoint Adapter Framework EndPointManager Messaging Channels Point-to-Point Channel Publish-Subscribe Channel How can the […]

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BizTalk Projects

Deployment, Monitoring, Administration Strategy for BizTalk Projects

1     Introduction 1.1   Key Definitions for Acronyms 1.2   Target audience Target audiences for this document are: Teams involved in defining and developing BizTalk Server based solution Teams involved in implementing the BizTalk based Integration Architecture. Teams involved in maintaining the BizTalk Server based solution 2     Solution Deployment Best Practices In order to deploy […]

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ESB Framework

Allied ESB Framework

1.       Scope & purpose This document intends to provide an overview of Enterprise Service Bus (ESB). It also identifies high-level requirements and then goes on to propose a typical architecture for such an Enterprise Bus. 2.       Introduction Last few years has seen a tremendous growth in business integration. Companies have focused on achieving this integration […]

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Schemas

BizTalk: Thoughts on Maps, Schemas, Dictionaries, Transformations

Party resolution: determines identity of message sender. If not successful, then anonymous identity is used. Mapping: After transport and data format normalization, msg may then be passed into mapping component. Biztalk mapping infrastructure is built on XSLT. After mapping is complete, msg is always persisted in MsgBox, to ensure transactional reliability, also ensuring scalable architecture. […]