Use Windows Azure Service Bus, BizTalk Services, Mobile Services, and BizTalk Server to create hybrid solutions

One tool to operate and monitor your BizTalk Environments

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by Paolo Salvatori, Microsoft, Italy

The Service Bus is part of Windows Azure and is designed to provide connectivity, queuing, and routing capabilities not only for the cloud applications but also for on-premises applications. Microsoft BizTalk Server enables organizations to connect and extend heterogeneous systems across the enterprise and with trading partners. Using both together enables a significant number of scenarios in which you can build secure, reliable and scalable hybrid solutions that span the cloud and on premises environments.
 
Windows Azure BizTalk Services is a simple, powerful, and extensible cloud-based integration service that provides Business-to-Business (B2B) and Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) capabilities for delivering cloud and hybrid integration solutions. Windows Azure Mobile Services accelerates connected client application development by streamlining common backend tasks like structuring storage, authenticating users, and sending push notifications. In this session you will see how to integrate these technologies to build secure, reliable and scalable hybrid solutions that span the cloud and on premises environments.
 

 

Paolo Salvatori

Paolo Salvatori is a Senior Program Manager of the Windows Azure Customer Advisory Team. He has been working in Microsoft since 1997 and has spent most of his time in the field as an MCS developer and solution architect. In July 2007 he joined the BizTalk Rangers team and in this role he conducted several architecture design reviews and performance labs. Now he works in the Windows Azure Customer Advisory Team.