Biztalk Services

Dennis announces the CTP of the Biztalk Services, one of the webbyest CTP we have: those are actually services, the only thing you need (if you want a quick start) is the SDK.

There is much to be said about this new release, and I hope I’ll be able to play with it soon (dear Editor, don’t worry: I know I have to send the next chapter first :-)). However, I think that the most exciting news is in the following Dennis words:

“your service opens at a URI on the machines. Then a client connects to that URI and can start sending messages. We don’t want to be in the way of your app, so our relay will immediately try to establish a direct connection between clients” 

See? True P2P! What are you doing still reading this post, aren’t you toying with it yet? 🙂

BTW, take a close look to the Identity Selector in the screenshot in Dennis’ post: I’m sure that the loyal readers of this blog will recognize some of the cards (thanks James for pointing this out!)



Comments (6)

  1. This just in…. Microsoft has just released a Community Technology Preview (CTP) of BizTalk Services

  2. Arno's Blog says:

    Actuellement l’ESB ( Enterprise Service Bus ) permet aux entreprises de reposer sur des principes d’architecture

  3. Vibro.NET says:

    Almost one year ago I briefly mentioned the Biztalk Service SDK, here and here . A new version has recently