Administration and Development Task List in BizTalk Services
Updated: November 27, 2015
When working with Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services, there are several on-premises and cloud-based components to consider. To get started, consider the following process flow:
Create the Microsoft Azure Subscription using a Microsoft account or an Organizational account.
Create or provision a BizTalk Service.
Register you or your company’s BizTalk Services deployment.
Applies if the application uses BizTalk Adapter Service to connect to an on-premises Line-of-Business (LOB) system or uses a Queue or Topic Destination.
Create the Azure Service Bus Namespace. Give this namespace, Service Bus Issuer Name, and Service Bus Issuer Key values to the developer.
Install the SDK and create the BizTalk Service project in Visual Studio.
Deploy your BizTalk Service project to your BizTalk Service hosted on Azure.
Applies if you are using EDI.
You can add Partners and create Agreements on the Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services Portal. When you create an Agreement, you can add the bridge and/or Transforms created by the developer to the Agreement settings.
Using the Azure Management Portal, monitor the health of your BizTalk Service, including performance metrics.
Using the Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services Portal, manage the artifacts used by BizTalk Services and track messages as they are processed by the bridge files.
Create a backup plan to back up the BizTalk Service.