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 ...

MOSS2007 Workflow and BizTalk2009

יום שלישי, אפריל 1, 2008

MOSS2007 Workflow and BizTalk2009 Intro: In this post will go over more thoughts , ideas and expectations regarding OSLO. For starters I would like to share this link: Commonality - The Future of BizTalk/WCF/WF. It's an old post, but still show more ( and better ) what I'm thinking regarding the future version of BizTalk - BizTalk 2009 ( .NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ? and .NET Framework 4.0 = "BizTalk/SOA Express Framework" ? PART2 )The "first word" that caught my eye was "in .NET 3.5 with the REST support". Ok, that said, here are the dots...

Webcast: ESB Guidance – Prerequisites, Install, Config and ESB Portal

יום שישי, פברואר 29, 2008

Webcast: ESB Guidance - Prerequisites, Install, Config and ESB Portal Overview The Microsoft ESB Guidance provides architectural guidance, patterns, practices, and a set of BizTalk Server and .NET components to simplify the development of an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) on the Microsoft platform and to allow Microsoft customers to extend their own messaging and integration solutions. Audience Requirements The Microsoft ESB Guidance is intended for developers working with Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 and who build solutions that leverage the Service Oriented Architecture pattern. To take full advantage of the Microsoft ESB Guidance, developers should possess knowledge and experience working with...

Enterprise Single Sign-On – Part1 , Starting point

יום שבת, ספטמבר 29, 2007

Single sign-on (SSO) is a method of access control that enables a user to authenticate once and gain access to the resources of multiple software systems. As you can see from the definition the Method helps in the Authentication Level, not in the Authorization Level, which is a completely different level. The basic occurrence, thus most common, is in one of the following: a homogeneous IT infrastructure a single user entity authentication scheme exists a user database is centralized In short where a user credentials is stored on a LDAP Database, Like Active Directory, or on a Rational Database, like ASP.NET Membership provider DB, for user...