Last Monday I presented my second session in the Integration Monday series (see my last post) and, as usual, I normally publish a post on my blog before the event – a way to help the organizers to advertise the event – or sometimes after the event sharing the resources… but I just now realized that I never created a post in my blog about my first session in the Integration Monday series: BizTalk Server Tips & Tricks for Developers and Admins (Deep Dive)
A session similar to the one I did in BizTalk Summit 2015 London event (also available online here) but a more open session addressing more tips and going into more detail – because I had more time, almost 82 minutes compared to the 30 minutes I had in London – and according to the Integration Monday organizers it has been a quite popular (or viewed) session.
So it is time to solve this “my big fault” and share with you the resources of this session – a session with a simple topic that I really love – I think that this (the topic) is the session that gave me more pleasure in making.
Abstract: It’s critical to use good tools and techniques to produce working solutions as quickly as possible and at the same time, given the increase in the requirements and the number of applications organizations develop today. But at the same time, it’s also critical to maintaining the health of the entire platform. In this session, I’ll address and share some useful BizTalk Server Tips and Tricks (and Workarounds) both for developers and administrators that we can use in our daily work. And by doing so I’m hoping to simplify a little and/or automate some of the repeating tasks that we normally do and by sharing some unusual things or techniques that we can use I’m hoping to help you simplify your BizTalk solutions. Covering some topics like RosettaNet, SAP, database maintenance, debatching, out-of-the-box pipelines vs custom pipelines and much more
I hope you enjoy and find it an interesting session. Also, I advise you to visit and view the history of sessions that have taken place every Monday in the Integration User Group – Integration Monday series.