Michael Stephenson

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May 2012 Entries

BizTalk Host setup for your First BizTalk Projects
Ive been speaking to a few people starting their organisations first BizTalk projects recently and talking about Host setup and what is a good intial setup and how it may change over time. Normally you see companies go one of two ways to begin with:1. They just have one BizTalk host with an instance on each server and use it for everything2. They have many instances for everything and use way more than they need to.Im a big believer that a little thought about this and how your company plans to use ......

Posted On Friday, May 18, 2012 9:44 AM | Comments (1) | Filed Under [ BizTalk ]

Promoting BizTalk in your organisation
This week I was working with a customer and one of the interesting things in the organisation is that they have a fairly large investment in BizTalk but in general few people in the organisation are knowledgeable about how important a role it plays. I decided it might be interesting to do a small PR exercise; I would write a little post with 10 bits of information about their BizTalk investment that they might not be aware of. It was also interesting that I found out a few things that I didn't know ......

Posted On Friday, May 11, 2012 9:26 AM | Comments (1) | Filed Under [ BizTalk ]

BizTalk Anti-Pattern: Chuck it in the config file because its an easy place to put it
Name:Don't automatically shove your config in BTSNTSVC.exe.config because its easy? Description:I wrote a blog post a few years ago around the options for where you could put configuration settings in BizTalk (Click here). As I mention in the blog post its very common that people just fill the BizTalk config file with lots of settings because its the easiest option. I often work on big projects where you have many BizTalk projects running at the same time with different delivery deadlines. One of ......

Posted On Friday, May 4, 2012 10:33 AM | Comments (3) | Filed Under [ BizTalk ]

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