Monday, December 21, 2009

SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009

SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009 by Richard Seroter
Publisher: Packt Publishing (April 24, 2009) | 400 pages | ISBN: 1847195008 | PDF | 11 MB

Implement SOA strategies for BizTalk Server solutions

* Discusses core principles of SOA and shows them applied to BizTalk solutions
* The most thorough examination of BizTalk and WCF integration in any available book
* Leading insight into the new WCF SQL Server Adapter, UDDI Services version 3, and ESB Guidance 2.0
* Loaded with examples, demo code, and screenshots, which explain how to design schemas, build WSDL-first endpoints, build loosely coupled orchestrations and, much more

In Detail

SOA is about architecture, not products and SOA enables you to create better business processes faster than ever. While BizTalk Server 2009 is a powerful tool, by itself it cannot deliver long-lasting, agile solutions unless we actively apply tried and tested service-oriented principles.

The current BizTalk Server books are all for the 2006 version and none of them specifically looks at how to map service-oriented principles and patterns to the BizTalk product. That's where this book fits in. In this book, we specifically investigate how to design and build service-oriented solutions using BizTalk Server 2009 as the host platform.

This book extends your existing BizTalk knowledge to apply service-oriented thinking to classic BizTalk scenarios. We look at how to build the most reusable, flexible, and loosely-coupled solutions possible in the BizTalk environment. Along the way, we dive deeply into BizTalk Server's integration with Windows Communication Foundation, and see how to take advantage of the latest updates to the Microsoft platform. Chock full of dozens of demonstrations, this book walks through design considerations, development options, and strategies for maintaining production solutions.

What you will learn from this book?

* Understand how the core aspects of SOA apply to specific BizTalk components
* Consume and expose WCF services from BizTalk solutions
* Build schemas that enable efficient data sharing
* Exploit asynchronous programming models and implement client callbacks
* Chain orchestrations together in a loosely coupled way
* See one solution for complex event processing in a BizTalk environment
* Efficiently version BizTalk artifacts
* Get to know Microsoft UDDI v3 services and how to add and reference services in this registry
* Enhance BizTalk solutions with the Microsoft ESB Guidance package
* Utilize the WCF SQL Server Adapter as both a client and a service



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