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Understand what and why BizTalk.

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    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesMicrosoft BizTalk ServerFundamentalsManoj Kumarmanoj.kumar@neudesic.com 12 April 2013
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed Services2009 2010 2007 2008August 2010Ranked as one of the toptechnology solution providersin America by CRN Magazinefor the past 4 years.The Trusted Technology Partner inBusiness InnovationAugust 2010Ranked as one of the toptechnology solution providersin America by CRN Magazinefor the past 4 years.July 2010Named Microsoft Partner ofthe Year Finalist in 2 separatecategoriesJune 2010CRN Magazines list of thelargest solution providers inNorth America
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesWhat is BizTalk?• BizTalk Server commonly known as BizTalk• A premier messaging based integration tool used to integrateheterogeneous environments• Most trusted ESB engine in the world• Microsofts central platform for EAI and BPM• Embodies the integration and automation capabilities of XML and WebServices technologies.• Allows: Connecting diverse software, Graphically creating andmodifying process logic monitoring processes.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesWhat is BizTalk?
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk - ToolsConsists of several tools like:Business Processes (Orchestrations)Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)HAT (Health and Activity Tracking)MS Business Rules Engine and Rule composureBizTalk Server Administrative Console
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesUnderstanding BizTalk
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesUnderstanding BizTalkTwo main parts:Messaging: provides ability to communicate thruadapters with other software/applications.Orchestration: Ability to create and run graphically-defined processes. It implements logic to drive all or apart of business process.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesWhy BizTalk?A Common Business Problems:Connecting diverse systems created at different times, usingdissimilar platform and technologies.How to make legacy systems talk to newer or other legacysystems as they communicate using different protocols?Achieving efficient EAI and B2B integrations amongorganizations.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesWhy BizTalk?BizTalk is the apt and very powerful tool to solve business integration problems:To connect diversified systems. Several inbuilt adapters like for WCF, SQL, MSMQ,SMTP, File, SOAP, Azure, SAP, JD Edwards, ODBC, TIBCO, IBM, FTP, Oracle, SharePoint.BizTalk Accelerators: A readymade customized business solution for specificindustries such as health care, financial services, or supply-chain management.Faster development at lower cost: Several capabilities out-of-box such aspersistence, recovery, complex mappings, long-running transactions, monitoring andvisibility of the process.Allows developers to focus on implementation of business flow and its integration.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesWhen to use BizTalk?To simplify and automate interoperability in order to reduce cost and errorsTo gain essential insight into business processes and performanceTo guard processes from the effects of changes and stimulate flexibility andmanageabilityTo integrate in order to eliminate redundancyTo automate business interactions with your partners
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – User baseMore than 12,000 customers worldwide81 percent of the Fortune Global 1006 of the 8 largest US pharmaceutical companies4 of the 5 largest electronic parts manufacturers9 of the 10 largest US telecommunications companies9 of the 10 largest US aerospace and defense companies5 of the 8 largest US chemical companies4 of the 5 largest US railroads9 of the 10 largest insurance companies in the world
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk evolution2000 - BizTalk Server 20002002 - BizTalk Server 20022004 - BizTalk Server 2004 (First version to run on Microsoft .NET 1.0)2006 - BizTalk Server 2006 (First version to run on Microsoft .NET 2.0)2007 - BizTalk Server 2006 R2 (First version to utilize the new Windows CommunicationFoundation (WCF) via native adapter - (Release date October 2, 2007))2009 - BizTalk Server 2009 (First version to work with Visual Studio 2008)2010 - BizTalk Server 2010 (First version to work with Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft.NET 4.0)2013 - BizTalk 2013 (First version to work with Visual Studio 2012 and Microsoft .NET 4.5)Better way to connect to cloud and run in could.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk - Architecture
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – Commonly used termsMessage: Data file in any format like Flat file or XMLMessaging: Flow of message from receive port to send port thru pipelines and adapters.Orchestration: Business interaction (similar to workflow) captured thru shapes.Translation: Changing format of the instance message (via pipelines).Transformation: Creating a correspondence between source and target schema (via Maps)Publish/Subscribe: All communication based on publish and subscribe pattern.Message Correlation: Capturing and passing data values between asynchronous messages.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – Commonly used termsRouting: Moving messages to subscribers thru subscription/filtering.Content based routing: Route message based on envelop or receive port configurationproperties.Routing Failure: No subscription exists for a published message.Message Box: SQL Server Database storage for message and other details related topublish-subscribe.Message Agent: COM component that provides interfaces forpublishing/subscribing/retrieving msg from MB.Message context: Set of promoted properties available for routing or distinguishedfields in Orchestration.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – Commonly used termsPipelines: Sequence of message processing steps like encoding/decoding,assembling/disassembling, decrypting/encrypting, parsing or validation. There are receive andsend pipelines used in Biztalk.Functoids: Additional out-of-box and custom mechanism to transform data in mapping thruExtending XSLT.Flat files: Data/message in CSV format or separated by positions.Adapter: Act as the edge-connector for BizTalk Server to communicate with other systems.Grid Preview: Used to locate maps, links or functoids on the grid area of Orchestration.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – Commonly used termsEnd point manager: The service responsible for managing send and receive ports and actsas the intermediary between the ports and the Message Box.BRE (Microsoft’s Business rule engine): A reusable, and easily maintainable way to writeand impose business rules. It can be executed from Orchestration or thru code.BPI (Business Process Integration): Biztalk provides a very sophisticated way to managemultiple interactions and features such as scalable state management, message correlation, longrunning transactions.BPM (Business Process Management): Managing workflow of different activities. It isachieved thru Orchestration in BizTalk.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – Commonly used termsBAM (Business Activity Monitoring): It provides visibility into automated processes,offering useful real-time information to the people who rely on those processes.HAT (Health and Activity Tracking): A web-based user interface that can be accessedover HTTP to see tracking data and monitor the progress of business process.SSO (Single Sign-On): Managing multiple credential for automated processes withsystems in various environments. Enterprise Single Sign-On stores an encrypted mappingbetween a user’s Windows user ID and his credentials for one or more affiliate applicationsin an SSO database.
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – Development and ToolsBizTalk Server (Developer edition)BizTalk Server Administration ConsoleBizTalk Server ConfigurationRule Composure and Deployment wizardBizTalk WCF and Web services publishing wizardTracking profile editorVisual Studio 2010 or aboveSQL Server 2008 R2 or above
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk – Installation and SetupBizTalk Server Installation requirements:– http://www.microsoft.com/en-in/download/details.aspx?id=24433Setup Instructions:– Extract “BT2010DEV_EN.exe”– Run Setup.exe under BT Server folder– Select features like BRE and others– Configure user and database by running “BizTalk Server Configuration”
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk Server - DEMOBTS ConfigurationBTS AdministrationBTS Databases
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesBizTalk competitions?Cons of using Biztalk:– Steep learning curve– High costCompetitors:– .Net WWF– IBM Websphare– TIBCO– Open source like nServiceBus, OpenMQ, Apache Mule, Open ESB (Oracle)
    • The Trusted Technology Partner in Business InnovationProducts | Consulting Services | Managed ServicesThank YouManoj Kumarmanoj.kumar@neudesic.com