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Join us for the latest Microsoft Integration and Connected Systems User Group (MICSUG) on December 17th at 7:00PM, where we will talk about the Enterprise Service Bus Guidance provided by Microsoft on CodePlex.  Since Geoff Snowman will be out, I will be running the show that night, so I hope you come out and hope to have a great crowd.  As someone who is currently using this technology on a project, it's always great to see new ideas and perspectives on the technology.

In case you don't know what ESB is, let's go over a few links:

Enterprise Service Bus on the Microsoft Platform

The Microsoft ESB Guidance uses Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 to support a loosely coupled messaging architecture. BizTalk Server includes a powerful publish/subscribe mechanism for messaging applications that works by creating and filling subscriptions, which provides a highly efficient and scalable platform for service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications. The Microsoft ESB Guidance extends the functionality of BizTalk Server to provide a range of new capabilities focused on building robust, connected, service-oriented applications that incorporate itinerary-based service invocation for lightweight service composition, dynamic resolution of endpoints and maps, Web service and WS-* integration, fault management and reporting, and integration with third-party SOA governance solutions.

Scott McHugh, Principal Architect, RDA Corporation
Isaac Ferreira, Senior Software Engineer, RDA Corporation
December 17th, 7:00 PM

Location:
Microsoft Reston office address:
12012 Sunset Hills Rd.
Reston, VA 20190
Phone: (703) 673-7600

Posted on Monday, December 3, 2007 2:15 PM Microsoft , BizTalk , Enterprise Architecture , User Groups | Back to top


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