Instead of trying to archive everything I want at once, what will probably take me long time, I decided to publish another version of my Microsoft Integration Stencils Pack with an additional of 80 new shapes and some reorganization. With these new additions, this package now contains an astounding total of ~911 shapes (symbols/icons) that will help you visually represent Integration architectures (On-premise, Cloud or Hybrid scenarios) and solutions diagrams in Visio 2016/2013. It will provide symbols/icons to visually represent features, systems, processes and architectures that use BizTalk Server, Microsoft Azure and related technologies.

  • BizTalk Server
  • Microsoft Azure
    • BizTalk Services
    • Azure App Service (API Apps, Web Apps, Mobile Apps, PowerApps and Logic Apps)
    • Microsoft Flow
    • Event Hubs
    • Service Bus
    • API Management, IoT and Docker
    • Machine Learning, Stream Analytics, Data Factory, Data Pipelines
    • and so on
  • PowerBI
  • PowerShell
  • And many more…

The Microsoft Integration Stencils Pack v2.3 is composed by 8 files:

  • Microsoft Integration Stencils v2.3 (406 Shapes)
  • MIS Apps and Systems Logo Stencils v2.3 (109 shapes)
  • MIS IoT Devices Stencils v2.3 (131 shapes)
  • MIS Support Stencils v2.3 (108 shapes)
  • MIS Servers and Hardware v2.3 (45 shapes)
  • MIS Originals v2.3 (42 shapes)
  • MIS Users v2.3 (40 shapes)
  • MIS Devices v2.3 (30 shapes)

If you are wonder where is v2.2? yes I skipped one version, version 2.2 was a private version Smile.

These are some of the new shapes you can find in this new version:

Microsoft-Integration-Stencils-Pack-v2.3-new-shapes

You can download Microsoft Integration Stencils Pack for Visio 2016/2013 from:

Microsoft Integration Stencils Pack for Visio 2016/2013 (7,7 MB)
Microsoft | TechNet Gallery

Comments
  1. R. de Veen says:

    Nice!

    Missing Xamarin icon and the new Azure Logic App icon.

  2. Reblogged this on Francois Pienaar and commented:
    When creating solutions, a picture speaks volumes. For years, I’ve been using Visio shapes to visualise my architectures and data flows for clients. This is especially useful in pre-sales engagements when you need to put a high level plan in place and talk through it. This post, shares the latest version of the Visio stencils and I love it!

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