Microsoft Modeling Platform (code named "Oslo")

יום שלישי, אוקטובר 28, 2008

Microsoft Modeling Platform (code named "Oslo") "M" Sounds almost like “Bond, James Bond” ( the M part ), But not exactly. Microsoft Oslo, which is Microsoft’s “Microsoft Modeling Platform (code named "Oslo")” has already updated in the MSDN and has two sub-sections: Models and Metadata SDK Microsoft Oslo Technical Articles As well as it’s own “webSite” : Oslo Developer Center, a downloadable Oslo SDK … and much more. for more information look at: The "Oslo" Modeling Platform The "Oslo" modeling platform makes it easier...

Dublin + .NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ! (part 4)

יום ראשון, אוקטובר 12, 2008

Dublin + .NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ! (part 4) Finally I have a name for what I was talking about – DUBLIN ! With the announcement of Riding the Next Platform Wave: .NET Framework 4.0 and Windows Server "Dublin", and the attached overview of WCF 4.0, WF 4.0, and Windows Server "Dublin" specifications we understand that the unification of “Dublin” and the version of Biztalk that would come after BizTalk 2009 is unavoidable ! Microsoft has laid the foundation ( now we see the true meaning ) of this in the Version 3.0...

BizTalk Server2009, "Oslo" and .NET

יום שבת, ספטמבר 6, 2008

BizTalk Server2009, "OSLO" and .NET Due to expected “collision”,  BizTalk2006 R3 (BizTalk Server 2006 R3 Announced) development was integrated into the BizTalk2009 development. Some of us might have suspected that already from the Is there a new logo for the IT Products in Microsoft? post a while ago. As such, we should summarize the current situation: Where We Are Now BizTalk 2006 R2 Service Oriented Architecture and Web Services Enhanced support for messaging based on Web services ...

לייב בלוגינג – האם אנחנו מכינים את עצמנו ל OSLO?

יום ראשון, אפריל 6, 2008

אנחנו מבינים מה זה OSLO? אנחנו מבינים שבסופו של דבר OSLO זה BizTalk 2009 + DotNet 4.0 + Moss2007 אז כן צריך להבין שאם אתם חושבים ש MOSS זה IT ? ובהתאם BizTalk זה IT ?אז אתם לא לגמרי טועים , אבל אם אתם רוצים להיות יותר מוכנים ל OSLO - אז צריך גם IT ! אז הינה הרצאה ראשונה ב Moss
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Oslo – BizTalk 2009, in Microsoft's soa/products

יום חמישי, פברואר 21, 2008

Oslo - BizTalk 2009, in Microsoft's soa/products   OK, another good step in the right direction - OSLO ( BizTalk 2009 ) was added to the SOA and BP products page. If you'd look closely you'd see Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 in the list, and you'd know that in the near future you can't work with one without the other , that is if you're serious about maximizing your business potential that is. The page includes nice articles and a bunch of Webcasts for better understanding of the material / product.

Kids try this at home – Workflow Foundation Style Operation_1()

יום שלישי, ינואר 22, 2008

Kids try this at home - Workflow Foundation Style Operation_1() Ok, I just had an alarming revelation. What if as part of Microsoft's ISB (AKA http://labs.biztalk.net/ ) which is part Microsoft's way of dealing/consuming SaaS/S+S ( depends on your perspective ) you could build a Buisiness Workflow, based on Workflow Foundation and you'd have a remote Host , just like the ones for ASP.NET and Sql Server , that would host your WebSite  Saas/S+S and you would build a Service which behind the sceens consume other web services and would return a service by it self... well ? Wow , that would be wicked...
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.NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ?

יום שישי, נובמבר 30, 2007

.NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ? Ok, let me first say that this is MY OWN current mashup ! Well lets look at the current status: In the year 2005, Microsoft have released the .NET Framework 2.0. In it was the FREE ( as opposed to the "you have to buy" ) products: ASP.NET 2.0 WebParts, ASP.NET 2.0 Memebership provider (a "Forms Authentication component") and SqlServer Express 2005 = what you got is the ability to write you own  "SharePoint 2005 Express Edition", great no ? In the year 2006, Microsoft have released the .NET Frameowrk...