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Getting Started with the Microsoft ESB Guidance

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This section explains the concepts for the design and operation of the Microsoft Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) components and services that you can use to build ESB-enabled solutions. This section includes the following topics:

The following table lists where you can find information about specific topics in the Microsoft ESB Guidance.

Information

Link

If you are want to know more about the concepts of an ESB architecture, see

Introduction to the Microsoft ESB Guidance

If you need to understand the features and benefits of the Microsoft ESB Guidance, see

Overview of the Microsoft ESB Guidance

If you want to know what the Microsoft ESB Guidance includes, see

Contents of the Microsoft ESB Guidance

If you want to know more about the architecture of the Microsoft ESB Guidance, see

Architecture of the Microsoft ESB Guidance

If you want to explore the key scenarios for the Microsoft ESB Guidance, see

Key Scenarios and Development Tasks

If you want to explore the common use cases for the Microsoft ESB Guidance, see

Typical Use Cases

If you want to know more about the ESB Guidance Web services, see

Using the ESB Guidance Web Services

If you want to know more about the ESB Guidance exception management system, see

ESB Exception Management

If you need to integrate JMS MQ Series messaging systems with BizTalk, see

Installing and Running the JMS MQRFH2 Component Sample

If you want to know more about the monitoring and management features of the ESB Guidance, see

Administration with the Microsoft ESB Guidance

If you want to know what samples the ESB Guidance includes, see

Microsoft ESB Guidance Sample Applications

If you are interested in the integration of third-party service governance tools, see

SOA Governance Integration

If you want to know how you can modify and extend the ESB Guidance, see

Modifying and Extending the ESB Guidance Package

When you are ready to install the Microsoft ESB Guidance, see

Installing the Microsoft ESB Guidance

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