MABS – BizTalk Portal Supports Organizational Accounts

For some time now, one of the top customer request has been the ability to manage BizTalk Portal with corporate (Active Directory) identities rather than just the Microsoft accounts (Live IDs). With the latest update you can now also use Organization accounts to manage your BizTalk Service from BizTalk Portal. Associating Azure Active Directory with…

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Announcement: MABS August 2014 Update is now live!

Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services August 2014 Update is now live! We are pleased to announce the August 2014 update of Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services and the associated SDK. The release provides ability to configure and manage agreements and bridges separately, new features for EDI, enhanced encryption for AS2, supports advanced XML schema constructs in transforms…

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Windows Azure BizTalk Services February Update is now live!

We are pleased to announce that the February update of Windows Azure BizTalk Services is now live! Customers creating BizTalk Services from the Azure management portal can begin using the new features along with the updated SDK from the Download Center here. Existing customers will see the new functionality light up over the course of…

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BizTalk Services GA is Live!

BizTalk team is pleased to announce the general availability of BizTalk Services to all customers .You can read more about it in Scott Guthrie’s blog. This announcement comes after the successful June Preview on which many of our customers are already live today. BizTalk Services in GA offers an amazing set of capabilities for customers…

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Custom Domain Names with BizTalk Services

Background Each BizTalk Services deployment gets a unique URL like https://contoso.biztalk.windows.net where <contoso> is a globally unique name input by the user. The https session traffic for this deployment will be encrypted using a SSL .pfx certificate. Since the biztalk.windows.net URLs are HTTPS based either a self-signed certificate or a certificate issued by a Certificate…

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Hybrid Scenarios using BizTalk Adapter Service

What is BizTalk Adapter Service? BizTalk Adapter Service allows an application in the cloud to communicate with an on-premise Line-of-Business (LOB) system behind a firewall. Using the LOB adapters in BizTalk Adapter Pack (BAP), a BizTalk Adapter Service application can execute LOB operations to the following on-premise LOB systems: Microsoft SQL Server Oracle Database Oracle…

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Debugging EAI Bridges with Tracking and Tracing – I

 Windows Azure BizTalk Service is a managed service which provides integration capabilities for the Windows Azure Platform to extend on-premises applications to the cloud, provide rich messaging endpoints on the cloud to process and transform messages, and help organizations integrate with disparate applications, both on cloud and on-premises. The core entity of BizTalk Services is…

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Windows Azure BizTalk Services – The “Dedicated” Model

The recently released Windows Azure BizTalk Services is described as a dedicated service. In this post, we’ll cover what dedicated means, and what all can be achieved in a dedicated service, which otherwise would have been difficult to do so in a multi-tenant service. Windows Azure BizTalk Services is an Enterprise Application Integration platform running…

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Windows Azure BizTalk Service Powershell Cmdlets

Windows Azure BizTalk Service provides a rich set of scripting and automation tools. Chief among them is the Powershell Cmdlets. These cmdlets enable the user to write long running scripts, for eg., get notified via email in case any of the FTP sources are down, clear the tracking DB at regular intervals, etc. While a…

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BizTalk Services – Signup & Dependencies

Earlier this week, we announced the public preview of Windows Azure BizTalk Services (WABS).  The responses so far has been quite positive.  Within a short amount of time, we have reached the initial capacity that we planned to auto-approve.  While we were clearly not expecting such phenomenal response, it is a good problem for us…

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