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Modern Integration

This eBook will discuss several of the modern integration scenarios by leveraging the full Microsoft Integration Platform that consists of various Azure Services. A tweet as simple as “Agenda is lookin’ good. Great lineup of discussion leaders …” by Mandi Ohlinger (Senior Content Developer at Microsoft) resulted in the idea of having a Microsoft Integration version of the Global Azure Bootcamp. It was named “Global Integration Bootcamp” and was hosted on March 25, 2017 at sixteen locations in 12 different countries with over 650+ Integration specialists trained in the latest and greatest Microsoft iPaaS and on-premise integration technologies in one day, hands-on!

Eldert Grootenboer, Rob Fox, Steef-Jan Wiggers and Tomasso Groenendijk worked relentlessly to develop the presentations and, more importantly the very nice labs for this event. This book contains the five labs, for you to try out things on your own environment. We hope this book becomes another great member of our every growing “Microsoft integration family”.

This eBook will discuss several of the modern integration scenarios by leveraging the full Microsoft Integration Platform that consists of various Azure Services such as Service Bus, API Management, Logic Apps, API apps, Flow, Functions, Storage, IoT Hub, Stream Analytics, DocumentDB, PowerBI and some on premise technology like the Enterprise Integration Pack, On Premise Data Gateway and BizTalk Server 2016. You will be presented with a couple of walkthroughs (labs) to provide you some insights of building solutions with these capabilities: API Management + API Apps, Service Bus + Enterprise Integration Pack + On-prem Gateway, Logic Apps + BizTalk 2016 (Hybrid Integration), Logic Apps (cloud adapters) + Azure Functions: Better Together, IoT Hub + Stream Analytics + DocumentDB + PowerBI (IoT).

The walkthroughs will enable you to learn the various Microsoft Azure services and products. You’ll get acquainted with its characteristics and gain hands on experience. Get your copy of this eBook today!

Modern Integration
About the author(s)
Rob Fox

Rob Fox

Integration Architect at Motion10

Rob is specialized in system integration with his main focus on the Microsoft stack, like BizTalk Server, .Net and Microsoft Azure. But his focus lately also shifts to open source initiatives like RabbitMQ and Kafka. With the concept of micro services (re-)emerging, all these products are getting more and more important. His experience goes all the way back to 2006 when he first started his job. And now, over 10 years later, he is still constantly busy integrating the hell out of everything. You can sometimes hear him talk at events and he is also an active contributor to the BizTalk community. Rob is an active blogger at www.robfox.io, blogging about IT related stuff, but also some of his other passions. He can be found on Twitter at @xrobfox.

Tomasso Groenendijk

Tomasso Groenendijk

Application Architect at Motion10

Tomasso Groenendijk is an Application Architect at Motion10, a leading Microsoft service integrator in the Netherlands. Tomasso has over 15 years of experience in software development and software design. He specializes in applications integration with a strong interest in Windows Azure cloud platform. In 2014, 2015 and 2016 Tomasso was awarded with the Microsoft Azure MVP award. He is an active contributor to the BizTalk community through his work on MSDN TechNet forums, TechNet Wiki and his blog on www.ithero.nl. Tomasso is also a board member of the Dutch Microsoft Integration User Group (MIUG.NL). He can be found on Twitter at @tlagroenendijk.

Eldert Grootenboer

Eldert Grootenboer

Microsoft Integration Architect at Motion10

Eldert is a Microsoft Azure MVP and Integration Architect from the Netherlands, currently working at Motion10, mainly focused on IoT and BizTalk Server and Azure integration. He comes from a .NET background, and has been in the IT since 2006. He has been working with BizTalk since 2010 and since then has expanded into Azure and surrounding technologies as well. Eldert loves working in integration projects, as each project brings new challenges and there is always something new to learn. In his spare time Eldert likes to be active in the integration community and get his hands dirty on new technologies. He can be found on Twitter at @egrootenboer and has a blog at http://blog.eldert.net/.

Steef-Jan Wiggers

Steef-Jan Wiggers

Principal Consultant at Macaw

Steef-Jan Wiggers has 15 years of experience as a technical lead developer, application architect and consultant, specializing in custom applications, enterprise application integration (BizTalk), Web services and Windows Azure. He currently works at Macaw as Principal Consultant. He is very active in the BizTalk community as a blogger, Wiki author/editor, forum moderator, writer and public speaker in the Netherlands and Europe. For these efforts, Microsoft has recognized him a Microsoft MVP for the past 6 years. Steef-Jan is an active member and moderator on the MSDN BizTalk Server Forums, TechNet Wiki, and Code Gallery contributor. He also currently holds MCTS: BizTalk Server 2006 R2, and BizTalk Server 2010 certifications. He is a board member of the Dutch Microsoft Integration User Group (MIUG.NL). Steef-Jan has written the “BizTalk Server 2010 Cookbook” published by Packt Publishing and has been involved in reviewing several other BizTalk related books. He is also the author of the “Supportability and Operation of BizTalk Server” and “WCF-BasicHttpRelay Adapter Deep Dive” whitepapers and reviewer for other whitepapers published through BizTalk360 website. Steef-Jan maintains a blog at https://blog.steef-jan-wiggers.com. You can contact Steef-Jan at: SteefJan@msn.com and be found on Twitter at @SteefJan.

Reviewers

Lex Hegt
Lex Hegt

Lex works as a Technical Lead at BizTalk360/Kovai Ltd. He works in the Information Technology for more than 25 years, and with BizTalk Server since 2004. His first BizTalk assignments were as a developer, but he also has many years of experience as a BizTalk administrator. In May 2012 Lex founded BizTalk Events (www.biztalkevents.com), a website which shows a calendar with world wide BizTalk related events, trainings and webcasts. Further Lex is a board member of the Dutch BizTalk User Group, where he sometimes does presentations. He is also the initiator and co-founder of the Belgian BizTalk User Group. Lex has certifications for BizTalk Server 2006, BizTalk Server 2006 R2 and BizTalk Server 2010.

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