Michael Stephenson

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January 2013 Entries

Introducing AppFx.ServiceBus
AppFx.ServiceBus is a new framework we have developed based on some real world experience on projects involving Windows Azure Service Bus queues and topics. The overall aims of the project are as follows: Make it simpler to implement solutions that use Windows Azure Service Bus Make sure the framework is powerful enough to handle more complex scenarios such as: Retries Different message patterns Make it easier for companies to host a component on-premise which can process messages from the service ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 30, 2013 7:31 AM | Comments (0) |

BizTalk Message Archiving
Recently at the BizTalk Summit in London I was asked a question about Message Archiving from BizTalk and one of the most common solutions to this is the Message Archiving Pipeline Component which was written by my old friend Nick Heppleson.After the summit I was pondering this archiving feature and wish that at the time I had mentioned Storsimple. Recently Id been speaking with Michael Royster from Microsoft in the UK and he had been telling me about the new acqusition Microsoft had made and how ......

Posted On Wednesday, January 23, 2013 12:17 PM | Comments (1) |

My Thoughts on the future of BizTalk - Post BizTalk Summit 2012
I thought I’d brain dump a few thoughts after the recent BizTalk summit and how some of the information will help shape solutions with the customers whom I work with. BizTalk On-Premise Traditionally for a Microsoft focused integration team BizTalk was often used as the platform for nearly all integration solutions and this was often taken to the degree where some companies would make enterprise architecture decisions that “all integration would be done in BizTalk”. As a product BizTalk often would ......

Posted On Tuesday, January 8, 2013 12:43 PM | Comments (20) |

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