Just to help put the word out about the upcoming SBUG meeting.
Pluralsight have offered a free 1 year standard subscription to their on demand training library which will be raffled at the next SBUG meeting. All of the details are on the below link
A few SBUG members were asking about this recently, the slides from the UK Microsoft Integration Roadshow are available from the following link:
We are raffling the final copy of Richard Seroter's SOA Patterns with BizTalk book which was given to us by his publisher.
This competition is open to UK based SBUG members.
Click here for more info: http://uksoabpm.org/Competitions.aspx
We have recently setup fa partnership with Pluralsight for the UK SOA/BPM User Group and they have extended a special offer to our members who are currently unemployed and want some training to help them get into employment again.
Please refer to the following link for more details:
At SBUG we are pulling together an aggregated news and blog feed to pull together SOA/BPM related content from SBUG Members and Partners.
This news feed is available here: http://uksoabpm.org/UKAggregatedNews.aspx
If you are would like to contribute to this feed please let me know
Ive added the results from the 2009 SBUG Member Survey so you can see what people were interested in
Also the 2010 SBUG Member Survey is not open. Check out the below link for more info
Just wanted to put the word out about the following event at TVP in Febuary. Looks like the content includes a few companies who have spoke previously at SBUG events so it should be interesting to see how these projects have evolved.
To get more details please refer to:
Registration is now open for the SBUG meetings in January. Refer to the below link for details and registraton
Is it me or does there seem to be a lot of BizTalk Monitoring products appearing recently. In addition to the normal MOM/SCOM, HP Openview and other enterprise monitoring platforms there seem to be a few new(ish) ones around such as: - Minotaur = http://www.ragingbulltech.com/ - Frends Hellium = http://helium.frends.com/he... - BizMon = http://bizmontool.com/ Just Whats peoples view on why these other products seem to have found a gap Obviously if they are successful in selling their product ......