Five BizTalk Server 2010 Books you must have

Posted: September 16, 2011 in BizTalk
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I started this post with a series of 5 BizTalk books you must have… Now I have to rectify to Five BizTalk Server 2010 Books you must have + 1 (BizTalk Server 2010 Cookbook)

Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 Unleashed

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Authors

Brian Loesgen, Charles Young, Jan Eliasen, Scott Colestock, Anush Kumar and Jon Flanders

Book Description

Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 Unleashed is the 100% new, 100% practical developer’s guide to Microsoft’s most powerful version of BizTalk Server. Written by an expert team of Microsoft insiders and BizTalk MVPs, it reflects unsurpassed experience with all phases of BizTalk enterprise solutions development, from planning through deployment and administration.

What you will learn from this book

  • Apply BizTalk Server’s sophisticated, scalable message exchange model to support virtually any business requirement
  • Get your schemas right the first time, so you can avoid major problems downstream
  • Use BizTalk Mapper to create maps for transforming inbound and outbound XML messages and supporting business processes
  • Use orchestration to automate even highly-complex processes
  • Utilize adapters and WCF to integrate any application, service, or system
  • Extend your application’s reach with Windows Azure AppFabric
  • Capture key BizTalk infrastructure, services, and business metrics
  • Build powerful rules-based solutions with Microsoft’s Business Rules Framework
  • Establish an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) that uses BizTalk Server as core messaging infrastructure
  • Efficiently manage, configure, and troubleshoot BizTalk through the Administration Console
  • Create RFID applications ranging from simple label printing to end-to-end business processes

 

Microsoft BizTalk 2010: Line of Business Systems Integration

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Authors

Kent Weare, Carl Darski, Thiago Almeida, Sergei Moukhnitski and Richard Seroter

Book Description

Microsoft BizTalk 2010: Line of Business Systems Integration will be a tutorial that focuses on integrating BizTalk with Line of Business systems using practical scenarios. Each chapter will take a Line of Business Adapter, introduce some pre-requisite knowledge and demonstrate how you can integrate BizTalk with that Line of Business Adapter, and then provide guidance based upon real world experience, taking your BizTalk knowledge further. The book will take “perceived” daunting scenarios, like integrating with SAP, and provide readers with a clear tutorial that walks them through integrating Line of Business systems. This book focuses on Microsoft BizTalk 2010; however, most of the concepts and explanations will apply to BizTalk 2006 R2 and BizTalk 2009. If you are an experienced BizTalk developer who wants to integrate BizTalk with Line of Business systems using practical scenarios, then this book is for you. A solid understanding of BizTalk at an intermediate level is required. This book assumes developers are comfortable creating schemas, maps, orchestrations, ports and messages in Visual Studio and configuring applications in the BizTalk Administration Console. However, experience in integrating with Line of Business systems is not necessarily required.

What you will learn from this book

  • Deliver integrated Line of Business solutions more efficiently with BizTalk Server 2010 using this book and ebook.
  • Obtain pre-requisite ERP and CRM knowledge that will make your integration project successful.
  • Examine ways to integrate with leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems like SAP and Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009.
  • Study techniques used to integrate with leading Customer Relationship Management (CRM) systems like SalesForce.com and Dynamics CRM 2011.
  • Expand your integration capabilities into the cloud by exploring the AppFabric Service Bus. Send and receive messages via the Microsoft Cloud securely.
  • Learn from distinguished authors with hands on experience. Utilize their step by step solutions to reduce the amount of time it takes to integrate Line of Business systems using BizTalk Server 2010

 

BizTalk Server 2010 Patterns

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Available for Pre-order. This item will be released on November 14, 2011.

Author

Dan Rosanova

Book Description

BizTalk Server 2010 Patterns is broken into two distinct parts. The first is a general introduction to BizTalk Server 2010 as well as the patterns commonly used in solutions built on the platform. It also includes explanations and motivations for these core patterns and practices.

The second part is a hands-on real world example presented in a step-by-step manner that takes the reader through a multiphase solution and builds this simple project into a robust and complex middleware integration solution.

What you will learn from this book

  • How BizTalk Server 2010 works and appropriate topologies for different scenarios
  • Structure and unit test BizTalk Server 2010 solutions
  • Build BizTalk Server 2010 solutions that are easy to modify and expand
  • Create compelling Business Activity Monitoring
  • Deploy BizTalk Server 2010 solutions
  • Consume and expose WCF Services with BizTalk Server 2010
  • Use the Business Rules Engine to perform complex business processing decisions
  • Leverage Parties to dynamically route messages without requiring code changes
  • Implement convoy patterns

 

BizTalk 2010 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach

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Author

Mark Beckner

Book Description

BizTalk 2010 Recipes provides ready-made solutions to BizTalk Server 2010 developers. The recipes in the book save you the effort of developing your own solutions to common problems that have been solved many times over. The solutions demonstrate sound practice, the result of hard-earned wisdom by those who have gone before.

What you will learn from this book

  • Automate business processes across different systems in your enterprise.
  • Build, test, and deploy complex maps and schemas.
  • Implement the business rules engine (BRE).
  • Develop business activity monitoring (BAM) solutions.
  • Manage electronic data interchange (EDI) with trading partners.
  • Monitor and troubleshoot automated processes.

 

Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform

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Authors

Richard Seroter, Ewan Fairweather, Stephen W. Thomas, Mike Sexton and Rama Ramani

Book Description

Every day, architects and developers are asked to solve specific business problems in the most efficient way possible using a broad range of technologies. Packed with realworld examples of how to use the latest Microsoft technologies, this book tackles over a dozen specific use case patterns and provides an applied implementation with supporting code downloads for every chapter.

In Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform book, the author’s guides you through thirteen architectural patterns and provide detailed code samples for the following technologies: Windows Server AppFabric, Windows Azure Platform AppFabric, SQL Server (including Integration Services, Service Broker, and StreamInsight), BizTalk Server, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF). This book brings together and simplifies the information and methodology you need to make the right architectural decisions and use a broad range of the Microsoft platform to meet your requirements. Throughout the book, we will follow a consistent architectural decision framework which considers key business, organizational, and technology factors.

The book is broken up into four sections. First, we define the techniques and methodologies used to make architectural decisions throughout the book. In Part I, we provide a set of primers designed to get you up to speed with each of the technologies demonstrated in the book. Part II looks at messaging patterns and includes use cases which highlight contentbased routing, workflow, publish/subscribe, and distributed messaging. Part III digs into data processing patterns and looks at bulk data processing, complex events, multimaster synchronization, and more. Finally, Part IV covers performancerelated patterns including low latency, failover to the cloud, and reference data caching.

BizTalk Server 2010 Cookbook

Author

Steef-Jan Wiggers

Book Description

BizTalk enables the integration and managment of automated business processes within or across organizational boundaries. To build a solid BizTalk solution, deploy a robust environment, and keep it running smoothly you sometimes need to broaden your spectrum, explore all possibilities, and choose the best solution for your purpose. By following the recipes in this book you will gain required knowledge and succeed in your implementation.

With BizTalk Server 2010 Cookbook, you can leverage and hone your skills. More than 50 recipes will guide you in implementing BizTalk solutions, setting up a robust and well performing BizTalk environment, and choosing the right solution for monitoring it. As a developer or administrator you greatly benefit from taking these recipes to work.

What you will learn from this book

  • Deploy a robust, durable, and performing BizTalk Environment
  • Broaden you knowledge on implementing BizTalk orchestration patterns
  • Enhance your toolset in instrumenting BizTalk solutions
  • Deepen your knowledge and skillset on messaging security
  • Apply SOA patterns with your BizTalk solution
  • Extend the reach of BizTalk to the Cloud
  • Leverage SCOM and other tools in supporting your BizTalk environment
  • Pragmatic use of Business Rules with BizTalk Server
  • Deploy a robust and smooth performing BizTalk environment

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Comments
  1. Alan Smith says:

    Hi,

    Great list, there’s a couple of older books I would also recommend:

    Professional BizTalk Server 2006: http://www.amazon.com/Professional-BizTalk-Server-Darren-Jefford/dp/0470046422

    It’s an old book, but there is a lot of deep coverage of BizTalk internals. I still think its the best BizTalk book ever, but I’m hoping 2010 Unleashed will beat it.

    SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009: http://www.amazon.com/SOA-Patterns-BizTalk-Server-2009/dp/1847195008/

    Great coverage of using the WCF adapters in BizTalk, and a look at the WCF-SQL adapter and ESB toolkit.

    Regards,

    Alan

  2. Rochelle says:

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Very Informative post and useful for Biztalk professionals

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  6. DK says:

    Good idea if we can have free e-book topic wise in this blog…for more details indivisual can go thro the books themselves,for small topic and interesting/advance part of the book can be viewed and appearciated…thank in adv

  7. Thanks for including my book amongst the other great books.

  8. Victor Lysell says:

    Thanks for the tip! Already have two of them but will look in to the others.

    right now though Im all in for the Microsoft BizTalk Server 2010 Certification Guide :)

  9. Sachin says:

    Hi Sandro !!!! Can i get these as ebooks download anywhere?

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