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Biztalk Server 2010: Introdução

Biztalk Server 2010: Introdução



Nesta sessão o João vai nos mostrar o que é o Biztalk e para que serve, bem como explicar a sua arquitectura e principais componentes, juntamente com diversas demonstrações de suas ...

Nesta sessão o João vai nos mostrar o que é o Biztalk e para que serve, bem como explicar a sua arquitectura e principais componentes, juntamente com diversas demonstrações de suas funcionalidades, como por exemplo orquestrações com consumo de ficheiros, serviços WCF, construção de Custom Adapters, entre outras demonstrações, com ênfase nas novidades da versão 2010 do Biztalk.



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    • http://netponto.org
      15ª Reunião Presencial - 23/10/2010
      BizTalk Server 2010João Faneca
    • João Faneca
      Developing Internet applications since 1996, using at the time C and Perl supported by Apache and MySql over Unix systems
      10 years of experience working with Microsoft platforms: SQL Server, Commerce Server, SharePoint Server, Project Server, Windows Media Server, SQL Server Integration Services, SQL Server Reporting Services, BizTalk Server
      Experienced developer using ASP, ASP.Net, C#, VB.Net, producing DeskTop, Mobile and Web applications
    • Agenda
      What is BizTalk?
      BizTalk Architecture
      BizTalk Components
      Demo 1 – Consuming files
      What’s new in BizTalk 2010?
      Demo 2 – Consuming a WCF service
      Extensibility Features in BizTalk Server
      Demo 3 – Building a Custom Adapter
      What else do you need to know?
      Give it a try!
    • What is BizTalk?
    • What is BizTalk?
      BizTalk Server is Microsoft’s Integration and connectivity server solution
      Allows organizations to more easily connect disparate systems
      Includes over 25 multi-platform adapters and a robust messaging infrastructure
      Provides strong durable messaging, a rules engine, EDI connectivity, Business Activity Monitoring (BAM), RFID capabilities and IBM Host/Mainframe connectivity
    • Why BizTalk?
      One single tool and infra-structure for system integration
      Simplify and automate interoperability to reduce costs and errors
      Automate your business interactions with partners
      Gain critical insights on business processes and performance
    • BizTalk Architecture
    • BT Components: Adapters
      Used for sending and receiving messages, they will interoperate with “all kinds” of applications on “all kinds” of systems
      BT has a lot of them built-in: SAP, Siebel, IBM DB/2,SharePoint, JD Edwards, File, MSSQL, SMTP, FTP, HTTP, etc
      Third-party adapters exists in the Market
      Developers can build their own
    • BT Components: Pipelines
      Applied on incoming and/or outgoing messages, they perform steps, that can change the message
      Used for translating xml to regular files, it can be used for authenticating the message and other features
      Developers can create custom pipelines using the Pipeline Designer, which runs inside Visual Studio, enabling whatever behavior is required
    • BizTalk Pipeline Designer
    • BT Components: Data Mapping
      Applied to a message (xml format), it can produce a different xml instance
      It is accomplish with XSLT transformation.
      BizTalk provides the BizTalk Editor (a xsd editor) and the BizTalk Mapper (a xslt editor)
      Developers can build schemas and Maps by hand or using the BizTalk tools
    • BizTalk Mapper
    • BT Components: Orchestrations
      Orchestrations are a set of actions that together meet some useful business need
      The Orchestration Designer (integrated in Visual Studio) lets a developer define these actions by connecting together a series of shapes in a logical way
      For an easy collaboration between software developers and business people, an orchestration created in Visual Studio can be imported into Visio and vice-versa
    • BizTalk Orchestration Designer
    • BT Components: Business Rule Engine
      BRE allows business analysts to change orchestration behavior without re-deploying the orchestration
      The Business Rule Composer allows the definition of a set of business rules. Rules are composed by terms (for example, Maximum Quantity of Items) . The value for each term might be a constant, a xml attribute retrieved from a message, a value coming from a SQL query or a value coming from a .Net component
    • BT Comps: Business Rule Engine (2)
      A rule uses the terms defined in some vocabulary together with logical operators such as Greater Than, Less Than, Is Equal To, and others to define how a business process operates
      To execute a business policy, an orchestration uses a CallRulesshape, passing in the information this policy needs, such as a received XML document
    • Consuming a flat file, inserting file records into a SQL Server database table
      Demo 1
    • What’s new in BizTalk 2010 (1)?
      BizTalk Server Settings Dashboard: addresses performance settings
      Improved Management Pack: Through System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), management is easier
      FTP Adapter Enhancements: Support for secure FTP, readonly locations and atomic file transfer in ASCII mode
      Enhanced Trading Partner Management: new approach on B2B communication
    • What’s new in BizTalk 2010 (2)?
      Enhanced support for HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) documents: support for 5010 version
      Enhanced BizTalk Mapper: Intellisense, Relevance View, Suggestive Matching, Optimized Display of links, Search support
      Support for .NET Framework 4, SQL Server Backup Compression in BizTalk Server and SQL Server Transparent data encryption, Hyper-V, SharePoint 2010
      Monitoring known issues in BizTalk Server: new SQL Agent job for tracking known issues
    • Deprecated Features, Tools, and APIs
      EDI Pipeline: now available as part of the Trading Partner Management user interface
      EDI Context Properties: DestinationPartyID, DestinationPartyName
      SOAP Adapter: You should use the WCF-BasicHttp or WCF-WSHttp adapter
      BizTalk Web Services Publishing Wizard: you should instead use the BizTalk WCF Publishing Wizard with the WCF-BasicHttp
    • Extensibility Features in BizTalk Server
      “The presence of the code is often a symptom of not understanding the problem, not understanding BizTalk, or both”, by Erik Westermann
    • Extensibility Features in BizTalk Server
      Adapters: physical message delivery in and/or out of the system
      Pipelines: message tretatment and/or validation before and/or after message is sent and/or received
      Functoids: used in BizTalk maps
    • The Adapter framework
      Offers a stable, open mechanism for all adapters to implement or access work from the BizTalk Server Messaging Engine
      The interfaces described in the Microsoft.BizTalk.Adapter.Framework namespace enable adapters to provide a means to modify configuration property pages. It also is a means to import services and schemas into the BizTalk project
    • Custom pipelines
      A pipeline component is a .NET or COM component that implements a set of predefined interfaces for interaction with the BizTalk Messaging Engine
      You can create three types of pipeline components: general, assembling, and disassembling (different interfaces for each)
    • Developing custom functioids
      Custom functoids provide a way for you to extend the range of operations available within the BizTalk Server mapping environment
      Each custom functoid is deployed as a .NET assembly using classes derived from Microsoft.BizTalk.BaseFunctoids
    • Building a Custom Functiod
      Demo 2
    • What else do you need to know?
      Transactions (Atomic and Long Running)
      Error handling and error recovery
      Debug tools
      Deployment tools
      Monitoring and Performance Analysis ToolsBizTalk resilience features (message Dehydration and Rehydration)
      BizTalk Correlation Sets
      BizTalk and the ESB tool kit
      BizTalk and Azure
      BizTalk and AppFabric
    • Give it a try!
      Go to http://www.microsoft.com/biztalk/en/us/default.aspx (no credentials, no registration is required).
      Download the fully functional BizTalk Server 2010: free for 120 days.
    • System Requirements
      Microsoft Windows: Can be Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 SP2, Windows Vista® with Service Pack 2 (SP2), 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) platforms
      SQL Server 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2008 SP1
      Microsoft .NET Framework 4 and .NET Framework 3.5 with Service Pack 1 (SP1)
      Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 [Required for selected features only]
      Microsoft Office Excel 2010 or 2007 [Required for selected features only]
      SQL Server 2005 Notification Service [Required for selected features only]
      SQLXML 4.0 with Service Pack 1 [Required for selected features only]
      Internet Information Services (IIS) Version 7.5 and 7.0 [Required for selected features only]
    • Quote
      “One Orchestration to rule them all,
      One Subscription to find them,
      One Port to bring them all
      and in the engine bind them”
      Charles Young
    • Questões?
    • Referencias
      Microsoft BizTalk Server Homepage
      BizTalk Server Developer Center (MSDN)
      BizTalk Gurus
      BizTalk Webcasts
    • Patrocinadores desta reunião
    • Thanks!
      João Faneca