The saying “SQL server is the heart of BizTalk server environment” means a lot. While the BizTalk administration team requires access to SQL databases, these databases are typically managed by a separate database team. In this scenario, DBAs generally don’t like support people having full access to the SQL instances and databases.
This is where BizTalk360 solves this problem by providing a rich platform to store and execute queries with high level of security.
BizTalk360 comes with a set of pre-loaded queries. In addition, users with granted access can add new queries as per the business requirements.
You no longer need access to SQL Management Studio or go to your database team and ask them to grant access to the SQL databases. If you have the permission, you can directly execute SQL queries from the BizTalk360 user interface. How cool is that?
If a user wishes to keep a set of SQL queries handy for easy access, they can create those SQL queries. It doesn’t mean they can create any type of queries. Any INSERT/UPDATE queries on the database will be rejected by BizTalk360! Also, they have the flexibility to remove unused queries from the custom SQL list.
It’s just not with executing pre-defined/pre-stored queries, but you can save your query execution results as a CSV file and share it with your team.
Super users can grant permissions to their team members to create and manage SQL queries through our User Access Policy settings. You can grant very fine grained authorization to users like “Gary should only be able to add a query” whereas “Michael should be the one able to Edit & Execute, as well as Edit & Save query”. Yes, this is possible with our advanced authorization settings.
We use BizTalk360 to monitor high volume BizTalk systems and apps for a Banking client. BizTalk360 provides us detailed insight into the health of our supported environment and is easy to integrate and configure. BizTalk360 has numerous means of capturing environment problems and reports issues promptly and with impressive detail.
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