Browsing All Posts published on »June, 2010«

Leveraging and Managing the StreamInsight Standalone Host

June 27, 2010


In my recent post that addressed the key things that you should know about Microsoft StreamInsight, I mentioned the multiple hosting options that are at your disposal.  Most StreamInsight examples (and documentation) that you find demonstrate the “embedded” server option where the custom application that you build hosts the StreamInsight engine in-process.  In this post, […]

6 Things to Know About Microsoft StreamInsight

June 22, 2010


Microsoft StreamInsight is a new product included with SQL Server 2008 R2.  It is Microsoft’s first foray into the event stream processing and complex event processing market that already has its share of mature products and thought leaders.  I’ve spent a reasonable amount of time with the product over the past 8 months and thought […]

I’m Heading to Sweden to Deliver a 2-Day Workshop

June 14, 2010


The incomparable Mikael Håkansson has just published the details of my next visit to Sweden this September. After I told Mikael about my latest book, we thought it might be epic to put together a 2 day workshop that highlights the “when to use what” discussion.  Two of my co-authors, Stephen Thomas and Ewan Fairweather, […]

Impact of Namespace Style Choice on BizTalk Components

June 6, 2010


I could make up a statistic that says “83% of all BizTalk schemas use the namespace automatically assigned to it” and probably not be wildly off.  That said, I wondered if BizTalk handled all the different namespace styles in the same way.  Specifically, does BizTalk care if we use schemas with traditional “URL-style” namespaces, URN […]

Announcing My New Book: Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform

June 3, 2010


So my new book is available for pre-order here and I’ve also published our companion website. This is not like any technical book you’ve read before.  Let me back up a bit. Last May (2009) I was chatting with Ewan Fairweather of Microsoft and we agreed that with so many different Microsoft platform technologies, it was […]

Interview Series: Four Questions With … Dan Rosanova

June 2, 2010


Greetings and welcome to the 21st interview in my series of chats with “connected technology” thought leaders.  This month we are sitting down with Dan Rosanova who is a BizTalk MVP, consultant/owner of Nova Enterprise Systems, trainer, regular blogger, and snappy dresser. Let’s jump right into our questions! Q: You’ve been writing a solid series […]


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