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Window Azure BizTalk Services: How to Get Started and When to Use It

December 11, 2013

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The “integration as a service” space continues to heat up, and Microsoft officially entered the market with the General Availability of Windows Azure BizTalk Services (WABS) a few weeks ago.  I recently wrote up an InfoQ article that summarized the product and what it offered. I also figured that I should actually walk through the […]

Using the Windows Azure Service Bus REST API to Send to Topic from Salesforce.com

September 18, 2013

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In the past, I’ve written and talked about integrating the Windows Azure Service Bus with non-Microsoft platforms like Salesforce.com. I enjoy showing how easy it is to use the Service Bus Relay to connect on-premises services with Salesforce.com. On multiple occasions, I’ve been asked how to do this with Service Bus brokered messaging options (i.e. […]

TechEd North America Session Recap, Recording Link

June 10, 2013

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Last week I had the pleasure of visiting New Orleans to present at TechEd North America. My session, Patterns of Cloud Integration, was recorded and is now available on Channel9 for everyone to view. I made the bold (or “reckless”, depending on your perspective) decision to show off as many technology demos as possible so […]

Walkthrough of New Windows Azure BizTalk Services

June 3, 2013

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The Windows Azure EAI Bridges are dead. Long live BizTalk Services! Initially released last year as a “lab” project, the Service Bus EAI Bridges were a technology for connecting cloud and on-premises endpoints through an Azure-hosted broker. This technology has been rebranded (“Windows Azure BizTalk Services”) and upgraded and is now available as a public […]

Going to Microsoft TechEd (North America) to Speak About Cloud Integration

May 13, 2013

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In a few weeks, I’ll be heading to New Orleans to speak at Microsoft TechEd for the first time. My topic – Patterns of Cloud Integration – is an extension of things I’ve talked about this year in Amsterdam, Gothenburg, and in my latest Pluralsight course. However, I’ll also be covering some entirely new ground […]

My New Pluralsight Course – Patterns of Cloud Integration – Is Now Live

April 9, 2013

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I’ve been hard at work on a new Pluralsight video course and it’s now live and available for viewing. This course, Patterns of Cloud Integration,  takes you through how application and data integration differ when adding cloud endpoints. The course highlights the 4 integration styles/patterns introduced in the excellent Enterprise Integration Patterns book and discusses […]

January 2013 Trip to Europe to Speak on (Cloud) Integration, Identity Management

January 4, 2013

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In a couple weeks, I’m off to Amsterdam and Gothenburg to speak at a pair of events. First, on January 22nd I’ll be in Amsterdam at an event hosted by middleware service provider ESTREME. There will be a handful of speakers, and I’ll be presenting on the Patterns of Cloud Integration. It should be a […]

Interacting with Clouds From Visual Studio: Part 1 – Windows Azure

December 20, 2012

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Now that cloud providers are maturing and stabilizing their platforms, we’re seeing better and better dev tooling get released. Three major .NET-friendly cloud platforms (Windows Azure, AWS, and Iron Foundry) have management tools baked right into Visual Studio, and I thought it’d be fun to compare them with respect to completeness of functional coverage and […]

Trying Out the New Windows Azure Portal Support for Relay Services

October 8, 2012

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Scott Guthrie announced a handful of changes to the Windows Azure Portal, and among them, was the long-awaited migration of Service Bus resources from the old-and-busted Silverlight Portal to the new HTML hotness portal. You’ll find some really nice additions to the Service Bus Queues and Topics. In addition to creating new queues/topics, you can […]

Installing and Testing the New Service Bus for Windows

July 17, 2012

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Yesterday, Microsoft kicked out the first public beta of the Service Bus for Windows software. You can use this to install and maintain Service Bus queues and topics in your own data center (or laptop!). See my InfoQ article for a bit more info. I thought I’d take a stab at installing this software on […]

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