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Michael Stephenson keeping your feet on premise while your heads in the cloud June 2013 Entries
Introducing the BizTalk Maturity Assessment
In the past I have had a number of customer engagements where Ive been called in because there are problems. There were often common themes to these issues faced by customers and I had a few processes, tools and ideas about how I helped these customers.Over time I learned developed a way of analysing the customers position and this has evolved into the BizTalk Maturity Assessment which I wanted to share. The idea is that you complete a survey which asks various things related to BizTalk in your organisation. ......

Posted On Saturday, June 22, 2013 6:50 AM

BizTalk 360 Alarms, How do you configure yours?
Ive recently written a guest post for BizTalk 360 on their blog about how customers may configure BizTalk 360 Alarms to optimize getting the right information to the right type of support people.This is my thoughts on how users of BTS 360 can get the best value out of BizTalk 360 alarmshttp://blogs.biztalk3... ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 18, 2013 9:19 AM

Creating a Training Lab on Windows Azure
This week we are preparing for a training course that Alan Smith will be running for the support teams at one of my customers around Windows Azure. In order to facilitate the training lab we have a few prerequisites we need to handle. One of the biggest ones is that although the support team all have MSDN accounts the local desktops they work on are not ideal for running most of the labs as we want to give them some additional developer background training around Azure. Some recent Azure announcements ......

Posted On Monday, June 17, 2013 11:09 AM

Analysing Application Interface Capabilities
When you work on integration projects one of the common things you do is to analyse the capabilities of an application to support different integration techniques. One of the things I tend to find organisations often oversee the importance of is to document and govern the interface approaches used for each application.What I like to see on a project would be a list of the applications that you integrate with in your organisation, and then for each application there should be a document which provides ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 4, 2013 8:14 PM

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