Myles Matheson - Auckland Connected Systems User Group

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Oct 31, 2013 (3 years and 5 months ago)

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Myles Matheson

Solution Specialist


Application Platform

Microsoft New Zealand

Agenda


Introductions


BizTalk Application Integration


BizTalk Futures


BI Roadmap




Integration Challenges and Pain Points

Today's IT Landscape: Complexity Spaghetti

INVENTORY

CRM

OPERATIONS

ERP

FINANCE

Is there a Diet for all this Spaghetti?

Integration at Different Layers

Microsoft Integration Platform

Microsoft Integration Platform

Best
Practices: When to use what

Building Services or Applications

.NET Framework (WCF, WF,
AppFabric
)

Exposing Existing Applications as Services

BizTalk (WCF)

Adapters, BizTalk Host Integration
Server(HIS)

Business to Business Integration(B2B)

BizTalk Server with BizTalk Accelerators

Application Integration

(LOB Integration, Process Automation)

BizTalk Server with BizTalk Adapters

Data Integration, ETL

SQL Server Integration Services

Human Workflow, Presentation Integration

SharePoint

Integrating with Sensors and RFID

BizTalk RFID

Complex Event Processing

SQL Server
StreamInsight

Enterprise Service Bus

(Loosely coupled Integrations)

BizTalk ESB Toolkit

Internet Service Bus

Windows Azure
AppFabric

Master Data Management

SQL Server Master Data Services





















BizTalk Server

Integrate. Automate. Simplify

BizTalk Simplifies Interoperability

With The “Out Of The Box” Components









-

85 more Adapters from 3
rd

parties

-

BizTalk Adapters bundled in Dynamics

BizTalk Server

Broad Overview of Capabilities

BizTalk Server Evolution

Business Integration Server

500

Customers

2,000

Customers

4,000

Customers

7,000

Customers

8,000

Customers

10,500

Customers

Microsoft Validated as Thought Leader




BizTalk


Beyond 2009

BizTalk Futures


Beyond 2009

BizTalk Multi
-
Year Roadmap


Maintain release rhythm of roughly every 2 years

BizTalk


Early thoughts on Future Releases


Outlined below are areas of investment currently being explored for future
releases of BizTalk Server.

Low Latency

Dynamic Messaging
(ESB)

Enterprise TPM

BAM Portal & Tools

Business Rules Tools

RFID Standards

Self Service Portal

Rapid Integration
Scenarios (e.g.
SharePoint /LOB)

Patterns and
Practices for

Verticals

Deeper Platform
integration
(WF/WCF)

Enhanced SQL

Server Support

Cloud Services
Integration

SharePoint
Integration

Intelligent
Mapper

Policy based
configuration

Disaster Recovery

and Backup

Streamline install,
setup and updates

Design Pattern
Wizards

Messaging Solution
Explorer

Mapper

in BizTalk Server 2009

Challenges with large data transformations

Difficult to use with large
schemas

Hard to maintain complex
maps

Hard to track relationships

No cut/copy/paste

or undo

No search capabilities

New Mapper in BizTalk Server 2010

Speed up development and update of data transformation maps

Reduce background

noise


using highlight propagation

Auto
-
scrolling and
coalescing
of sibling nodes
help locate nodes

Better UI for complex or
large transformations

Support for search

Improved productivity with
cut/copy/paste/move/ undo

Predictive match

Improved support for
documenting map and
readability

Enhanced functionality

Summary and Key Takeaways

End
-
to
-
end Virtualization

Enhanced Interoperability

Better Process Visibility

SOA Enablement Guidance (ESB)

Application Life Cycle Management

BizTalk Server will help organizations take advantage of cloud based services by
enabling integration and communication across all kinds of systems and devices.

Future Application Architecture Trends

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