Browsing All Posts published on »July, 2011«

Big Week of Releases: My Book and StreamInsight v1.2

July 21, 2011


This week, Packt Publishing released the book BizTalk 2010: Line of Business Systems Integration. As I mentioned in an earlier post, I contributed three chapters to this book covering integration with Dynamics CRM 2011, Windows Azure AppFabric and  The lead author, Kent Weare wrote a blog post announcing the release, and you can also […]

Event Processing in the Cloud with StreamInsight Austin: Part II-Deploying to Windows Azure

July 18, 2011


In my previous post, I showed how to build StreamInsight adapters that receive Azure AppFabric messages and send Azure AppFabric messages.  In this post, we see how to use these adapters to push events into a cloud-hosted StreamInsight application and send events back out. As a reminder, our final solution contains an on-premises consumer of […]

Is BizTalk Server Going Away At Some Point? Yes. Dead? Nope.

July 14, 2011


Another conference, another batch of “BizTalk future” discussions.  This time, it’s the Worldwide Partner Conference in Los Angeles.  Microsoft’s Tony Meleg actually did an excellent job frankly discussing the future of the middle platform and their challenges of branding and cohesion.  I strongly encourage you to watch that session. I’ve avoided any discussion on the […]

Event Processing in the Cloud with StreamInsight Austin: Part I-Building an Azure AppFabric Adapter

July 13, 2011


StreamInsight is Microsoft’s (complex) event processing engine which takes in data and does in-memory pattern matching with the goal of uncovering real-time insight into information.  The StreamInsight team at Microsoft recently announced their upcoming  capability (code named “Austin”) to deploy StreamInsight applications to the Windows Azure cloud.  I got my hands on the early bits […]

Interview Series: Four Questions With … Pablo Cibraro

July 5, 2011


Hi there and welcome to the 32nd interview in my series of chats with thought leaders in the “connected technology” space.  This month, we are talking with Pablo Cibraro who is the Regional CTO for innovative tech company Tellago,  Microsoft MVP, blogger, and regular Twitter user. Pablo has some unique perspectives due to his work […]


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