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SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009

by Richard Seroter

In his book "SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009," Richard Seroter applies SOA principles to all aspects of BizTalk solutions. Content includes 1) a discussion of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) duplex binding that uses out-of-the-box BizTalk adapters 2) quasi-complex event processing with BizTalk Server and 3) Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) 2.0 walkthroughs.

Pro Mapping in BizTalk Server 2009

by Jim Dawson, John Wainwright

Learn good map design techniques for BizTalk Server, and you will make huge differences to the processing speed of your implementation, as well as to the scalability and maintainability of your code. Regardless of your experience, expert authors Jim Dawson and John Wainwright ensure you make the right choices to reap the rewards and avoid the potential penalties of poor design.

While the mapping techniques will be useful for all versions of BizTalk Server, the code is tailored toward BizTalk Server 2009, and demonstrates the latest approaches to standard maps, EDI data, and RFID components. You’ll refer again and again to the multiple solutions that will help solve your new mapping challenges, and soon find this is an essential reference for any BizTalk implementation.

Pro RFID in BizTalk Server 2009

by Mark Beckner, Mark Simms, and Ram Venkatesh

The market for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is expanding rapidly, constituting billions of dollars annually. As more organizations adopt RFID solutions and related equipment, the need to route, map, and execute workflows based on RFID data grows exponentially. Microsoft’s solution to this demand is BizTalk RFID, an application built to distribute, track, analyze, and provide visibility into enterprise data collected using RFID technologies. To aid in the rapid understanding and adoption of BizTalk RFID, this book’s authors have joined together to present the definitive resource for unlocking the potential of the application.

Pro BAM in BizTalk Server 2009

by Geoff Snowman  and Jeff Sanders

In a world rich with data, businesses are barraged with information. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2009 and its new Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) engine help address this challenge. The BAM engine enables business analytics, metrics, and reporting across an integrated environment, and allows business–level users to get information about how processes are working and how they can be improved.

This book is targeted toward enterprise and solution architects, BizTalk developers, and IT decision makers interested in building decision support systems using Microsoft BizTalk 2009.

Pro BizTalk 2009

by George Dunphy, Harold Campos, Stephen Kaufman, Peter Kelcey, Sergei Moukhnitski, David Peterson

A compendium of best practices and implementation wisdom, Pro BizTalk 2009 is based upon real feedback from BizTalk developers. BizTalk experts and authors share their experiences and expertise to teach you the art of creating a BizTalk solution using the right tools from the BizTalk 2009 toolbox.

Pro BizTalk 2009 is aimed at two audiences: those developing BizTalk solutions and those who must manage the BizTalk servers upon which those solutions are deployed.