Browsing All Posts published on »October, 2010«

Metadata Handling in BizTalk Server 2010 AppFabric Connect for Services

October 28, 2010

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Microsoft just announced the new BizTalk Server 2010 AppFabric Connect for Services which is a set of tools used to expose BizTalk services to the cloud.  Specifically, you can expose BizTalk endpoints and LOB adapter endpoints to the Azure Service Bus. The blog post linked to above has a good overview, but seemed to leave […]

Behavior of BizTalk WCF Publishing Wizard When Creating Multiple Operations or Services at Once

October 22, 2010

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So what happens when you create a few operations or services during a single instance of the BizTalk WCF Service Publishing wizard?  What types of web service projects and BizTalk messaging configurations get produced?  I was messing around with this the other day, and thought I’d quickly show the output.  Maybe this is common knowledge, […]

Using the New AWS Web Console Interface to Set Up Simple Notification Services

October 20, 2010

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I’ve written a few times about the Amazon Web Services (AWS) offerings and in this post, want to briefly show you the new web-based interface for configuring the Simple Notification Services (SNS) product. I’m really a fan of the straightforward simplicity of the AWS service interfaces, and that principle applies to their web console as […]

Interview Series: Four Questions With … Johan Hedberg

October 3, 2010

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Hi there and welcome to the 24th interview with someone who doesn’t have the good sense to ignore my email.  This month we are chatting with Johan Hedberg who is an architect, Microsoft MVP, blogger, and passable ship captain.  Let’s jump in. Q: In the near future you are switching companies and tasked with building […]

Comparing AWS SimpleDB and Windows Azure Table Storage – Part II

October 3, 2010

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In my last post, I took an initial look at the Amazon Web Services (AWS) SimpleDB product and compared it to the Microsoft Windows Azure Table storage.  I showed that both solutions are relatively similar in that they embrace a loosely typed, flexible storage strategy and both provide a bit of developer tooling.  In that […]

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