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Interview Series: Four Questions With … Rick Garibay

January 31, 2011

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Welcome to the 27th interview in my series with thought leaders in the “connected systems” space.  This month, we’re sitting down with Rick Garibay who is GM of the Connected Systems group at Neudesic, blogger, Microsoft MVP and rabid tweeter. Let’s jump in. Q: Lately you’ve been evangelizing Windows Server AppFabric, WF and other new […]

Notes from Roundtable on Impact of Cloud on eDiscovery

January 26, 2011

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This week I participated in a leadership breakfast hosted by the Cowen Group.  The breakfast was attended by lawyers and IT personnel from a variety of industries including media and entertainment, manufacturing, law, electronics, healthcare, utilities and more.  The point of the roundtable was to discuss the impact of cloud computing on eDiscovery and included […]

WCF Routing Service Deep Dive: Part II–Using Filters

January 13, 2011

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In the first part of this series, I compared the WCF Routing Service with BizTalk Server for messaging routing scenarios.  That post was a decent initial assessment of the Routing Service, but if I stopped there, I wouldn’t be giving the additional information needed for you to make a well-informed decision.  In this post, we’ll […]

New Paper on Integrating SQL Server Integration Services with StreamInsight

January 11, 2011

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A paper was released today which outlines some scenarios for combining SSIS with StreamInsight.  In essence, they are trying to show the value of using a streaming, time-oriented engine alongside a data transformation and quality engine. They specifically call out two patterns: embedding StreamInsight within SSIS and embedding SSIS within StreamInsight.  The background discussion is […]

WCF Routing Service Deep Dive: Part I–Comparing to BizTalk Server

January 9, 2011

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One common complaint about BizTalk Server is that it’s not particular lightweight (many moving parts) and isn’t easy for an expert .NET developer to pick up immediately. I suspect this is one reason why we’ve seen multiple other .NET service buses (e.g. nServiceBus) pop up as viable alternatives. So, when it was announced that WCF […]

BizTalk + WCF Article Series Moved to My Blog

January 3, 2011

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In 2008 I was paid to write a series of articles about how BizTalk Server and WCF integrated. As a result of that nine-part series, I was pinged about writing my first book, which turned into my second book, and so on. So, I hold a fondness for that series of articles. That said, I’ve […]

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