How to install and configure BizTalk360 on BizTalk Server 2013 standalone machine running on Windows Server 2012

Posted: July 11, 2013 in BizTalk
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Are you planning to install BizTalk360 on a Windows Server 2012 machine? Check out Installing and Configuring BizTalk360 on Windows Server 2012 / BizTalk Server 2013 (user guide) available for download on BizTalk36o website.

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This user guide will explain how to install and configure BizTalk360 in an existing Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 standalone machine (single computer) running under Windows Server 2012. This information will help you plan the BizTalk360 installation and configuration process and components on which it depends.

What is BizTalk360?

BizTalk360 (http://www.biztalk360.com/) is a web based (RIA) designed primarily to perform monitoring and support for BizTalk Server environments (Production, Test, Development). It addresses some of the common problems customers face today like governance/auditing, fine grained authentication, remote access and so on. It also makes life easy for people who support production BizTalk systems by providing various dashboard and greater visibility.

This tool is developed by Kovai Limited, based in London UK, but everyone knows this tool through its CTO Saravana Kumar, Microsoft BizTalk Server MVP since 2007 and a well-recognized member of the BizTalk community. Version 6.5.191.0 is available for download here, give it a try!

You can download user guide from:

Installing and Configuring BizTalk360 on Windows Server 2012 / BizTalk Server 2013 (user guide)
BizTalk360

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