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Installing BizTalk Server 2013

This document describes the process for installing and configuring Microsoft ® BizTalk ® Server 2013 on a single computer.

Microsoft recommends that you read this entire document before beginning your installation. This is because BizTalk Server connects many disparate components both internal and external to your enterprise so information can flow smoothly and securely in many directions. While even the most basic single-server deployment relies on many variables, most real-world deployment scenarios extend much farther to include multiple servers and eventually clusters of both physical and virtual computers.

No two deployments of BizTalk Server are the same. Before you begin the installation process, gather information on the needs of your enterprise, and discuss the scope of your deployment with the IT Professionals, System Administrators, and Developers who use BizTalk Server. By studying this document and carefully analyzing the specific needs of your enterprise, you will eventually create your own deployment roadmap.

Checklist: Planning Your Installation

This section provides a high-level blueprint of the installation process. Installation on a single computer usually takes 4-6 hours. Note that each of these steps must be carried out in the order shown, and that each step contains many variables relevant to your enterprise. All of these issues are addressed in later sections of this guide.

Prepare Your Computer for Installation

 

Review the Hardware and Software Requirements.

Understand the Considerations While Installing BizTalk Server 2013.

Prepare Your Computer for Installation, including:

Install and Configure BizTalk Server 2013

Additional Steps

Community Installation Guide

The following link is Part 1 of an Installation and Configuration guide written by a BizTalk MVP. Click the link to start with Step 1 and to view the additional steps:

BizTalk 2013 Installation and Configuration

See Also

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