Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2009«

Win a Free Copy of my Book

October 29, 2009


So Stephen Thomas is running a little competition to give away a copy of my recent book.  Stephen calls out the details in a blog post, but basically, he’s looking for a great BizTalk tip or trick, and will award the book to the best submission.  You’ve got a week to respond. Stephen is running […]

Tidbits from AWS Cloud Briefing

October 16, 2009


Yesterday I attended the first of a set of roving sessions from to explain their cloud offering, Amazon Web Services (AWS).  I’ve been tinkering with their stuff for a while now, but I was amped to hear a bit more from the horse’s mouth.  I went with a couple colleagues and greatly enjoyed the […]

Orchestrating the Cloud: Part II – Creating and Consuming a Service From BizTalk Server

October 11, 2009


In my previous post, I explained my cloud orchestration scenario where my on-premises ESB coordinated calls to the Google App Engine, and a local service, and returned a single data entity to a caller.  That post looked at creating and consuming a Google App Engine service from BizTalk. In this post, I’ll show you […]

Orchestrating the Cloud : Part I – Creating and Consuming A Google App Engine Service From BizTalk Server

October 1, 2009


I recently wrote about my trip to Stockholm where I demonstrated some scenarios showing how I could leverage my onsite ESB in a cloud-focused solution.  The first scenario I demonstrated was using BizTalk Server 2009 to call a series of cloud services and return the result of that orchestrated execution back to a web application […]

Interview Series: Four Questions With … Jan Eliasen

October 1, 2009


We’ve gotten past the one-year hump of this interview series, so you know that I’m in it for the long haul.  I’m sure that by the end of the year I’ll be interviewing my dog, but for now, I still have a whole stable of participants on my wish list.  One of those was Jan […]


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