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Integrate User Group: Video available for ‘Microservices and the Cloud-Based Future of Integration’

Logo-Integration[1]I presented at Monday evening’s inaugural session of the Integration User Group.  This new UG replaces the UK Connected Systems User Group (UKCSUG).  The session was well attended with a good 50 minutes of questions afterwards.  The video of the presentation (first hour only) has been posted at http://bit.ly/185wgtV.  The slides are also available on Slideshare at http://slidesha.re/1Cg4oju
 

Sam Vanhoutte,  CTO and Product Manager at Codit, will be speaking next Monday, 26th January.  He is a very well-known face in the Microsoft-centric  integration community.  The title is ‘Overview of Azure Microservices and the impact on integration’.  He will discuss the implications of the announcements made at the recent Integrate conference and how this will affect the future for integration professionals.
 

You can find further information on planned Integration Monday events at http://www.integrationusergroup.com/event.  Follow the events on Twitter using #integrationmonday.   Our very own Nino Crudele is speaking on 9th Feb.  The title is still to be announced but he is always worth hearing.

Written by Charles Young at 00:00

Azure Event Hub and IoT

Azure Event Hubs Overview

Event Hub is one of the last technologies that Microsoft released, many are the possibilities and the combinations to use it with the other Azure technology layers and in the IoT (Internet ofThing) scenarios.
In this article I will expose all my thoughts about it.

http://ninocrudele.me/2014/12/12/azure-event-hub-all-my-thoughts/

 

 

Written by Nino Crudele at 00:00

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BizTalk MicroServices and INTEGRATE 2014 Recap

Integrate 2014

I'm back in the company after a great week at Redmond’s Microsoft campus where I attended the Integrate 2014 event.
Microsoft presented the new investiment strategy and a lot of new updates about Azure and Integration.

In this article I'm going to present a recap and my personal thougths about this great event.

http://ninocrudele.me/2014/12/09/biztalk-microservices-and-integrate-2014-all-my-thoughts/

Written by Nino Crudele at 00:00

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Integration and Microservices

Microservices Small Light 1Across the IT industry, people are re-thinking their approach to application integration and electronic data interchange in the context of ubiquitous scale-out cloud platforms, the onward march of service-orientation, the success of the RESTful philosophy, the adoption of agile methodologies and the rise of devops and continuous deployment. In this rapidly evolving world, the microservices concept has gained attention as an architectural and design model that promotes best practice in building modern solutions.

 

In this post, I explain the two worlds of integration and microservices and start to explore how they relate to each other. I discuss the relationship between microservices and integration, especially in the context of emerging microservice PaaS platforms.

 

http://geekswithblogs.net/cyoung/archive/2014/12/07/integration-and-microservices.aspx

Written by Charles Young at 00:00

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BizTalk360 Monitoring – Approaches for creating alarms

I have been helping a few different clients recently with configuring the monitoring for their solutions and thought I would document some of the approaches I have gathered so far.

Written by Carlo Garcia-Mier at 00:00

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BizTalk - References Data (Xref) Caching

Biztalk Server 2013 220Px

Most online resources that I come across suggests that the Xref 'Get Value' functoids will indeed cache values after the first DB call which in turn reduces the number of database round trips - but does it really?l.... >>> More

Written by Nigel Sheldon at 00:00

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BizTalk - Creating a message instance using the deployed schema

Biztalk Server 2013 220Px

I’m always in a situation where i need to create a message instance on the fly in an orchestration, and I have found this method to be the sleekest of them all.... >>> More

Written by Nigel Sheldon at 00:00

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HTTP Keep-Alive’s and BizTalk

This post is about seeing HTTP Keep-Alive's in action and how one can disabling it if needed. >>> More

Written by Carlo Garcia-Mier at 00:00

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BizTalk - HTTP Chunked Encoding and proxy servers

Beware of chunked encoding when using the HTTP Send Adapter and especially when using a proxy server... >>> More

Written by Carlo Garcia-Mier at 00:00

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Caution required with BizTalk’s SB-Messaging adapter

Caution road sign

BizTalk 2013 ships with a native adapter for the Windows Azure Service Bus – the SB-Messaging adapter.

 

The adapter provides a very easy to use approach to receiving and sending messages to and from a service bus queue/topic/subscription but, as it turns out, it might be that it is a little bit simplistic or – at the very least – some caution is required >>> More

Written by Yossi Dahan at 00:00

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