Month: May 2017

BizTalk Map as an Azure Function

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Every now and then as an architect you would get a request to be able to expose a mapping service for another application to consume and the requirement was preferred if the map was exposed over HTTP so it could be called in real time without the message box over…

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BizTalk + Azure Functions – Upload to AWS S3

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Recently I had a requirement to extend one of our BizTalk solutions, this solution was around user synchronisation. We have 2 interfaces for user synchronisation, one supporting applications which require a batch interface and one which supports messaging. In this case the requirement was to send a daily batch file…

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BizTalk 2016 Upgrade – Notes from the Field

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Recently at the Global Integration Bootcamp I talked about a BizTalk 2016 migration and discussed some of the architecture and technical considerations that you might have to consider. The slides from this are here Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn

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Empowering your Integration Platform with Service Bus

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In todays organisations there is a massive theme that API’s and iPaaS are the keys to building modern applications because these technologies simplify the integration experience. While this is true I think one of the things that is regularly forgotten is the power of a well thought out messaging element…

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