BizTalk360-Maintenance-Mode

May 22

BizTalk360 Maintenance Mode with BizTalk Deployments via Azure DevOps

Author Credits: Martin Peters, Senior Consultant at Codit During deployments of BizTalk application, it is common practice to put BizTalk360 in maintenance mode before the deployment and switch to normal mode again after the deployment. This avoids alerts being sent to various people due to stopping and starting of BizTalk during the deployment. If you … Continue reading BizTalk360 Maintenance Mode with BizTalk Deployments via Azure DevOps

By mohan nagaraj

May 20

Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Building Event-Driven Integration Architectures

As the title of this session suggests, you will learn about the benefits of event-based integration and how it can help modernize your applications to be reactive, scalable, and extensible. The star of the show here is Event Grid, a lynchpin capability offered as part of Azure Integration Services. Event Grid offers a single point … Continue reading Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Building Event-Driven Integration Architectures

By mohan nagaraj
Wagner-Silveira-Integrate-2020-Remote

May 18

Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Messaging Patterns with Azure AIS

Messaging and eventing activities are at the core of most integration solutions. Although conceptually those two architectures differ on how they deal with the information they need to deliver to end systems, they share a number of patterns – and mastering those patterns, knowing when to apply them and having easy “recipes” for implementation can … Continue reading Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Messaging Patterns with Azure AIS

By mohan nagaraj
Steef-Jan-Wiggers-Integrate-Remote

May 14

Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – AI/ML, Integration and Monitoring

Data is the new gold! A phrase you might have heard in some discussion or presentation you have attended. Our economies are indeed more data-driven, and decisions are made on data. Data that in many cases, originate from observations, i.e. monitoring. For instance, tollgates monitor passing cars, websites can monitor traffic, and the camera’s in … Continue reading Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – AI/ML, Integration and Monitoring

By mohan nagaraj
Mattias-Lögdberg-Integrate-2020-Remote

May 13

Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Improve your API’s with RBAC security

Exposing APIs is all about making it easy for consumers to consume and understand your APIs. But there is a lot more to consider to create a robust, maintainable, and long-living API. One of those is security and this will be discussed during my session at Integrate 2020. When mixing security and usability we often … Continue reading Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Improve your API’s with RBAC security

By mohan nagaraj
Integrate-2020-Remote-Spoiler-Samuel

May 12

Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Setting up a highly available BizTalk Server in Azure

Today, it’s more common with BizTalk Server environments located in Azure. With the release of BizTalk Server 2020, this is increasing. Generally, production environments require a highly available solution. When setting up a Highly Available BizTalk environment in Azure you have some additional considerations to take into account compared with doing it in your own … Continue reading Integrate 2020 Remote Session Spoiler – Setting up a highly available BizTalk Server in Azure

By mohan nagaraj
six months of middleware friday

Jul 12

Middleware Friday turns 6 Months

Yes, it has been 6 months since we launched Middleware Friday! Saravana announced the launch of Middleware Friday in the first week of this year.  After a fair success from Integration Monday events under Integration User Group, Saravana and Kent had the idea to experiment this concept of short video blogs on some interesting Integration … Continue reading Middleware Friday turns 6 Months

By mohan nagaraj
error handling using web api

Mar 2

How to apply Error Handling in Web API’s

Error handling refers to anticipation, detection, and resolution of programming, application, and communication errors. Specialized programs, called error handlers, are available for some applications. The best programs of this type forestall errors if possible, recover from them when they occur without terminating the application, or (if all else fails) gracefully terminate an affected application and … Continue reading How to apply Error Handling in Web API’s

By mohan nagaraj
biztalk360 upgrade

Jan 23

Prerequisites to upgrade to BizTalk360 v8.2

Planning your upgrade Because new features are introduced in each release of BizTalk360, you must understand these features and their associated upgrade requirements to evaluate how they might impact your current configuration. You are less likely to encounter issues, if you are upgrading from the most recent version of BizTalk360. General upgrade approach Review the Release Notes for … Continue reading Prerequisites to upgrade to BizTalk360 v8.2

By mohan nagaraj
biztalk360 bug fixes

Jan 13

Our experience solving a Culture Variant Issue in BizTalk360

As a developer, one of the things that provide us the most satisfaction is when you solve a problem by creating a new solution. While we enjoy solving complex problems, fixing an existing issue in the form of a bug is also a part of the development. Bugs usually have a distinct problem that needs … Continue reading Our experience solving a Culture Variant Issue in BizTalk360

By mohan nagaraj

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