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Last year I presented for the first time in a SQLSaturday (SQLSaturday #341 Porto – Porto-Wine edition) at the time the attendees chose a session about BizTalk Services – “Introduction to Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services”.

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I’m proud to announce that, for the second consecutive year, I will present a session at SQLSaturday Porto – I’m extremely happy because it’s my hometown!

On Oct 3th SQLSaturday#429 Porto will be held at ISEP – Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto and my session this year will be about Logic & API apps: “Introduction to Microsoft Azure App Service (Logic and API Apps)

This will be a lighting talk session (15 to 20 minutes) that is intended to be an introduction to the new Azure Integration features: Logic Apps and API Apps. How can we get start using these new features? How can you easily use APIs that connect on-premises using hybrid connections or/and SaaS connectors from the gallery. And finally we will learn how you can use Azure Logic Apps to automate business processes without using code.

Note: You will not see my session in the scheduler, because it is included in the block “To be Announced”, between 03:50 PM – 05:00 PM, that will include 3 or 4 lighting talks.

I also will recommend you to attend my coworker, Rui Romano, session about Power BI: “Power BI for Developers” – “Are you a developer? Want to learn what PowerBI has for you? Then come to my session where you will learn how to enhance your applications with PowerBI experiences….”

And of course the DevScope sponsor session because we will give an awesome price to the attendees Smile

photo taken from DevScope blog.

Check the full event scheduler here: SQLSaturday#429 Porto Event Scheduler

Admittance to this event is free, all costs are covered by sponsorships. But please register quickly here: https://www.sqlsaturday.com/429/registernow.aspx because seating is limited, and let friends and colleagues know about the event.

This post is for the BizTalk Server and other Portuguese Community, will be held on September 30, 2015 between 18:45 – 21:30 the XI Porto.Data Community meeting at the Science and Technology Park of University of Porto (UPTEC) in Oporto.

For me it is a pleasure to return, for the second time this year, to this community. This time I chose a topic, which at first sight it seems very simple and basic, but it hides some techniques in which even the most experienced ones are unaware of, forget or fail.

I will be speaking about: “How to process Flat Files documents (TXT, CSV …) in BizTalk Server

(Initially I was going to call this session: "Teach me something new about Flat Files")

Abstract: Despite over the year’s new protocols, formats or patterns emerged like Web Services, WCF RESTful services, XML, JSON, among others. The use of text files (Flat Files ) as CSV (Comma Separated Values) or TXT, one of the oldest common patterns for exchanging messages, still remains today one of the most used standards in systems integration and / or communication with business partners.

While tools like Excel can help us interpret such files, this type of process is always iterative and requires few user tips so that software can determine where is need to separate the fields/columns as well the data type of each field. But for a system integration (Enterprise Application Integration) like BizTalk Server, you must reduce any ambiguity, so that these kind of operations can be performed thousands of times with confidence and without having recourse to a manual operator.

In this session we will first address: How we can easily implement a robust File Transfer integration in BizTalk Server (using Content-Based Routing in BizTalk with retries, backup channel and so on).

And second: How to process Flat Files documents (TXT, CSV …) in BizTalk Server. Addresing what types of flat files are supported? How is the process of transforming text files (also called Flat Files) into XML documents (Syntax Transformations) – where does it happen and which components are needed. How can I perform a flat file validation?

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A comunidade Porto.Data tem como objectivo a partilha de experiências e conhecimento entre os profissionais no Porto.

Para mim é um prazer voltar, pela segunda vez este ano, a esta comunidade. Desta vez eu escolhi um tema, que à primeira vista parece muito simples e básico, mas que esconde algumas técnicas ou segredos em que até mesmo os mais experientes desconhecem, se esquecem ou falham.

Desta vez vou vos falar sobre: "Como processar documentos Flat Files (TXT, CSV, …) em BizTalk Server"

Descrição:

Apesar de ao longo dos anos surgirem novos protocolos, formatos ou padrões: Web Services, WCF, RESTful services, XML, JSON entre outros. No entanto, um dos padrões mais antigos e comuns para a troca de mensagens, e que continua ainda a ser hoje em dia um dos padrões mais usados na integração de sistemas e/ou na comunicação com parceiros de negócio, é a utilização de arquivos texto (Flat Files) como: CSV (Comma Separated Values) ou TXT.

Embora ferramentas como Excel nos ajudem a interpretar um ficheiro destes (CSV), o processo é sempre interactivo e requer algumas dicas do utilizador para que o software consiga determinar onde separar os campos/colunas, bem como o tipo de dados de cada campo. Ora para um sistema de integração (Enterprise Application Integration) como o BizTalk Server, é preciso reduzir todas as ambiguidades, por forma a estas operações poderem ser efectuadas milhares de vezes com confiança e sem que seja necessário recorrer a um operador manual.

Nesta sessão vamos abordar, primeiro, como podemos facilmente efectuar uma integração do género File Transfer robusto em BizTalk Server. E em segundo, como é que o BizTalk Server processa Flat Files (CSV, TXT, …): Que tipos de flat files são suportados? Como é o processo de transformação de arquivos de texto (também chamados de Flat Files) em documentos XML (Transformação de sintaxe)? e onde essas transformações ocorrem, bem como na validação da informação neles contida.

 

O evento irá ocorrer no próximo dia 30 de Setembro no auditório da UPTEC, pelas 18:45 no Porto. As inscrições não tem custos mas é obrigatório que reserve o seu lugar aqui uma vez que os lugares são limitados.

Confira a agenda abaixo:

18:45 – Abertura e recepção.

18:50 – Community News.

19:00 – "Columnstore Indexes Revealed – Uncut & Unedited" – Niko Neugebauer MVP – Oh22.net

20:10 – Coffee break.

20:30 – "Como processar documentos Flat Files (TXT, CSV, …) em BizTalk Server" – Sandro Pereira MVP – DevScope

21:15 – Fim do evento.

21:20 – Sorteio de prémios.

21:30 – Jantar livre.

Reserve aqui o seu lugar! Estamos a sua espera.

Last Monday I presented my second session in the Integration Monday series (see my last post) and, as usually, I normally publish a post on my blog before the event – a way to help the organizers to advertise the event – or sometimes after the event sharing the resources… but I just now realized that I never created a post in my blog about my first session in the Integration Monday series: BizTalk Server Tips & Tricks for Developers and Admins (Deep Dive)

A session similar to the one I did in BizTalk Summit 2015 London event (also available online here) but a more open session addressing more tips and going into more detail – because I had more time, almost 82 minutes comparing to the 30 minutes I had in London Smile – and according to the Integration Monday organizers it has been a quite popular (or viewed) session.

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So it is time to solve this "my big fault" and share with you the resources of this session – a session with a simple topic that I really love – I think that this (the topic) is the session that gave me more pleasure in making.

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Session: BizTalk Server Tips & Tricks for Developers and Admins (Deep Dive)

Abstract: It’s critical to use good tools and techniques to produce working solutions as quickly as possible and at the same time, given the increase the requirements and number of applications organizations develop today. But at the same time, it’s also critical to maintain the health of the entire platform. In this session I’ll address and share some useful BizTalk Server Tips and Tricks (and Workarounds) both for developers and administrators that we can use in our daily work. And by doing so I’m hoping to simplify a little and/or automate some of the repeating tasks that we normally do and by sharing some unusual things or techniques that we can use I’m hoping to help you simplify your BizTalk solutions. Covering some topics like RosettaNet, SAP, database maintenance, debatching, out-of-the-box pipelines vs custom pipelines and many more

I hope you enjoy and find it an interesting session. Also I advise you to visit and view the sessions history that have taken place every Monday in the Integration User Group – Integration Monday series.

It was with great pleasure that I presented, last Monday – August 31, 2015 – my second presentation in the Integration Monday series. This time I was invited to talk about my personal experience about BizTalk NoS Ultimate and how this tool can improve our efficiency, productivity and experience while developing BizTalk projects.

And for this session I decided to take the risk of not creating a storyboard, as I normally do, preparing all the details about the entire session, test all the demos, train the session over and over to try to reach the perfection and so on… instead I decided to just spend some time on creating 5 or 6 slides that could visually express the way I see and feel this tool. And choose 2 or 3 real projects in which I could emulate the tool as I usually do in my daily work life.

The intention was only to prepare the support base for the entire presentation and then try to explain the impact of using BizTalk NoS Ultimate in the Developer Lifestyle, the advantages and how it allows me to improve my productivity/efficiency in my BizTalk projects… as if someone walked right now into my office and I had to explain him why to use and why I love it!

(That’s why some times you will see some pauses during the presentation and some “ahhh”’s and maybe some things note working so well – the risks inherent in doing this type of approach – hehhehe)

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I hope you enjoyed and found this session informative and valuable, as I enjoyed doing it. And if you miss it or want to do see it again (I think anyone in their right mind wants to review) there are some good news… the video and slides from the session are now available in the Integration User Group site here:

I apologize for my voice, I was sick all week and my voice is a little husky (hoarse) – I don’t know very well the term in English – and despite being completely weird making a presentation to your computer, without seeing the people and their reactions – I’ve done four online sessions and it is impossible to get used to this format, I think I feel more comfortable being in front of an audience than making an online session hehehe – It was a pleasure to present once again in the Integration User Group.

Thank you for inviting me and see you all in a next time!

See also this amazing review made by Nino Crudele: BizTalk NOS Ultimate – BizTalk Assessment Power Up!

I’m glad to be back, once again, to Integration Monday Events! The first time I presented a session about “BizTalk Server Tips & Tricks for Developers and Admins (Deep Dive)” (June 22, 2015), a similar session that I also presented in BizTalk Summit 215 London, that you can found and watch online here.

This time I will present a session about BizTalk NoS Ultimate and how this tool can improve our efficiency, productivity and experience while developing BizTalk projects.

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Session Name: Real Case Scenarios Where BizTalk NoS Ultimate Can Improve Our Efficiency

Session Overview: In this session, I will show, using real cases scenarios, how can BizTalk NoS Ultimate will help BizTalk developers to improve their efficiency, productivity and experience while developing BizTalk projects. BizTalk NoS Ultimate is a time-saving tool and, as we pass through its functionalities, we show where developers can save valuable time while working on their day-to-day tasks.

Note that I’m not a seller, and I will not try to sell this tool, instead, I will only focus in share my experience in real case scenarios where this tool can help us, at least it helped me, while developing BizTalk Projects. The rest It’s up to you if you want to use it or not.

I invite you all to join us next Monday. Grab your “seat” by registering in this session here.

I’m proud and thrilled to announce that I will be for the first time in Belgium to present a session in the Integration Day 2015 on June 4th, 2015 about BizTalk Server: “BizTalk Server Deep Dive Tips & Tricks for Developers and Admins” that is being organized by the Belgian BizTalk User group (BTUG.be).

The event will be held in June 4th, 2015 at MOONBEAT Music Media Theater Studio and will be the first full day event organized by BTUG.be – I hope the first of many. Please visit this link for registration information.

My topic is once again about “BizTalk Server tips and tricks for developers and admins” but this time a more deep dive session. Don’t expect the same session that happen in London, we’ll go into more detail on some topics… we will see the missed tips… and I’m still working in new tips!

So, my goal is for you to expect a similar funny session, full of useful information that you can use in your daily work but still surprise you…

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You can read the details below.

Session Abstract

It’s critical to use good tools and techniques to produce working solutions as quickly as possible and at the same time, given the increase the requirements and number of applications organizations develop today. But at the same time, it’s also critical to maintain the health of the entire platform.

In this session, which I’ll try to be a very interactive session (so be prepare to participate), I’ll address and share some useful BizTalk Server Tips and Tricks (and Workarounds) both for developers and administrators. Covering some topics like RosettaNet, SAP, database maintenance, debatching, out-of-the-box pipelines vs custom pipelines and many more.

I hope that, like me, you find it an interesting topic! See you there!

But is not only me that will be there, plus 4 MVP (Nino Crudele, Sam Vanhoutte, Steef-Jan Wiggers and Saravana Kumar), 2 Microsoft employees (Jan Tielens and Tord Glad Nordahl) and multiple partners (Andrew Slivker and Marius W Storsten) will complete the line-up with a set of great session.

PS: Notice that all BizTalkCrew members will be there…

What are you waiting for? Let’s make this the biggest Integration event in Belgium! So please register quickly here: http://btugbelgium.azurewebsites.net/integration-day-2015 because seating is limited, and let your friends and colleagues know about this event.

In my last post I described Top 7 Reasons to attend BizTalk Summit London 2015 event and as I mention there this year this annual event will be even bigger and better! There are already 250 registrations (based on what I heard from the speaker update email) and we will have a capacity for 500 attendees, so if you are working in Microsoft Integration (Microsoft’s evolving (cloud) application platform, BizTalk Server on-premise and as IaaS, and many more), BizTalk Summit London 2015 is an event that you must attend!

The event will be held in April 13-14 at ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre and once again is being organized by BizTalk360 in conjunction with Microsoft and the BizTalk Product group. Please visit this link for registration information.

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My topic is about “BizTalk Server tips and tricks for developers and admins”.  You can read the details below.

Session Abstract

It’s critical to use good tools and techniques to produce working solutions as quickly as possible and at the same time, given the increase the requirements and number of applications organizations develop today. But at the same time, it’s also critical to maintain the health of the entire platform.

In this session, which I’ll try to be a very interactive session (so be prepare to participate), I’ll address and share some useful BizTalk Server Tips and Tricks (and Workarounds) both for developers and administrators. Covering some topics like RosettaNet, SAP, database maintenance, debatching, out-of-the-box pipelines vs custom pipelines and many more.

I hope that, like me, you find it an interesting topic! See you there!

Hard to imagine that on 16th January, 2013 the “BizTalk Crew” (Steef-Jan Wiggers, Nino Crudele, Saravana Kumar, Tord Glad Nordahl and me) were starting one of the most important Integration event in the world with bit of help from the BizTalk product group (Guru Venkataraman and Ravi Krishnaswamy) The event was a huge success that time with 128 attendees from 72 companies across 15 countries.

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Then Saravana Kumar and is his team (BizTalk360) took care of it and was able to take it to the next level! And what an amazing job they have done (doing..)

Last year BizTalk360 team took the next step by converting the one day event into two days event with 12 Microsoft Integration MVP’s from across the world and 2 Microsoft Product group members. 200 attendees and more than 100 different companies across 20 countries were present in this event. These are some of the numbers that reflect the increase and the huge success of this event! Everyone I spoke to during the event was extremely excited and appreciated the work put together by BizTalk360 team in organizing such a focused event for Microsoft Integration professionals, which was missing for a while.

So what to expect this year?

Well the answer is easy… Even bigger and better! The event will be held in ExCeL London Exhibition and Convention Centre (used in the 2012 Summer Olympics in London) and we will have a capacity for… do you want to guess?… 500 people! From what I heard from the speaker update email, there are already 250 registrations, and still 5 more weeks to go.

Let’s make the goal a reality! And create a platform for ourselves who are working in Integration space. From my experience I wanted to highlight why you should attend the event, I took top 7 reasons I can think, of course you know there are more, to attend this event:

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Learn from the experts

The #1 reason people should come to this event, is to make themselves more valuable to their companies by learning new ideas and techniques from the experts. 18 speakers (combination of Microsoft product group members and Microsoft Integration MVP’s) with real world implementation experience from around the world will provide valuable information on integration topics, new trends and technologies that will benefit your firm and your clients.

360 coverage! There is something for everyone regardless of job role: developers, administrators and architects, or interest: Cloud an on premise

Get insight and answers to your questions from these real world experts.

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Imagine the future of Integration

Understand the future of Microsoft integration and its role in the "Internet of Things". Microsoft public annouce BizTalk MicroService in Integrate 2014 – Global BizTalk Summit which was held last December in Redmond so it is expected to be announced new updates, we never know what to expect from Product Group they maybe have some surprises for us.

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Network, Connect, and Reconnect with Colleagues

Take this amazing opportunity to get to meet the people you have been following on Twitter and blogs and network with others who are interested in the same things you are. For return attendees, another chance to hang out with the smartest people you know – and I’m not talking about the speakers! J – and meet new ones.

Don’t be afraid or shy, don’t wait for them and take your chances, engage the people you want to meet by easily saying "Hi my name is… ". This experience can be a great morale booster for you, lifelong friendships and connections have evolved from such conferences – I’m speaking for personal experience!

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Face to Face, learn from one another and Develop Professionally

The knowledge and experience of all the attendees, speakers and product group members at these events is unreal!!! You will not find an opportunity like this every day.

At these events speakers are usually available to chat and answer questions. And if you are bold, remember to pull out your camera and ask if you can take a photo with them.

Take to this opportunity to connect face to face with experts and peers who will give you valuable insight to industry trends; meet influential colleagues and generate new solutions to common problems, like increasing profitability and solving staffing challenges.

I love being around great thinkers…it can really get your own mind flowing. We always have something new to learn from one another and take back with us.

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The next big thing…

Last year Nino introduce us the best BizTalk Developer tool ever made: BTSG NoS addin. A tool intended to improve the developer experience and why not reduce the development time in new or existent BizTalk projects. BizTalk360 team has some surprise announcements in this area.

So what to expect this year? Will Nino surprise us once again, or is going to be another speaker with the next big “Yehhhh” by the attendees. Or you may be inspired to produce yourself, the best ideas come when you least expect it….

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Business Networking and Opportunity for Partnerships

Socializing is fun but this audience is made up by experts and minded people, meeting them not only inspires but it can also create an opportunity to build partnerships. There will be people from all over the world, this can be a huge opportunity for you and your business.

Bring business cards. Lots of them.

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Refresh and recharge and have some fun

Take these two days off busy work schedules to learn, refresh and recharge. And most important: Have some fun!

Once you’ve soaked in all the knowledge from the speakers and breakout sessions your day will be far from over. Use the evenings to connect with colleagues and experts in a relaxed fun environment like a Bar or speaker dinner or restaurants – sometimes the most interesting conversations happen at the very end of each day in the Lobby Bar.

And then return to work reinvigorated.

This is one conference you can’t afford to miss! See you in London. What are you waiting for, go ahead and book it.

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This post is for the BizTalk Server and other Portuguese Community, will be held on January 22, 2015 between 18:45 – 21:50 the III Encontro da comunidade Porto.Data meeting at the Science and Technology Park of University of Porto (UPTEC) in Oporto.

I will be speaking about: Microsoft Azure BizTalk “…”: What we have now and what’s next

Abstract: Azure BizTalk Services is a simple, powerful, and extensible cloud-based integration service. It provides Business-to-Business (B2B), Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) and Hybrid Connections capabilities for delivering cloud and hybrid integration solutions. In this session we will address the current existing features in Cloud Integration using Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services, what to expect from the next releases and what will be the future of the Enterprise Integration in the cloud and on-premises.

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A comunidade Porto.Data tem como objectivo a partilha de experiências e conhecimento entre os profissionais no Porto.

Na sessão (Microsoft Azure BizTalk “…”- O que temos actualmente, o que aí vem) irei abordar os actuais recursos existentes em Cloud Integration usando Azure BizTalk Services, um serviço de integração baseado na nuvem simples, avançado e extensível que fornece recursos entre empresas (B2B) e integração de aplicativos empresariais (EAI) para proporcionar soluções de integração de nuvem e híbridas. Mas mais importante o que esperar dos próximos lançamentos e qual será o futuro das Integrações Empresariais on-premises e na Cloud (Azure BizTalk MicroServices), um pequeno resumo do que foi apresentado no summit de integração em Redmond pela Microsoft, sendo provavelmente a primeira vez que este tópico será apresentado em Portugal.

O evento irá ocorrer no próximo dia 22 de Janeiro no auditório da UPTEC, pelas 18:45 no Porto. As inscrições são limitadas, não tem custos de inscrição mas é obrigatório que reserve o seu lugar aqui.

Confira a agenda abaixo:

  • 18:45– Abertura e recepção.
  • 19:00 – Community News
  • 19:10 – ” SQL Transparent Data Encryption” – Quilson Antunes (DBA – hmR)
  • 20:10 – Coffee break
  • 20:40 -Microsoft Azure BizTalk “…”: O que temos actualmente, o que ai vem – Sandro Pereira (Microsoft Integration MVP) DevScope
  • 21:40 – Fim do evento
  • 21:45 – Sorteio de prémios
  • 21:50 – Jantar livre

This last few days were quite busy in terms of speaking engagements. In less than 1 months I was invited to speak in 3 events: BizTalk Innovation Day Oslo, LIX Edition of SQLPort Community (Porto – Portugal) and in SQLSaturday #341 – Porto, Portugal.

BizTalk Innovation Day Oslo 2014

The first one was in September 25 – BizTalk Innovation Day Oslo, in which I am also a member of the organization team – BizTalkCrew, this was the third consecutive year that this event was third consecutive year but the first time in Oslo, since the others were held in Stavanger. Around 60 attendees + speakers + event organizers, attended the event especially from Norway and Sweden, 5 Microsoft Integration MVP’s present, 3 Sponsors (Microsoft, Bouvet and BizTalk360) and an incalculable number of networking hours these are some of the numbers that reflect the success of this event. These are some of the numbers that reflect the great success of this event!

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This was a special event for me! Because after 1 year and a half of hard work I finally release and public announce my free Book about “BizTalk Mapping Patterns & Best Practices” – a 400-page recipe for BizTalk Developers to develop effective, robust, and organized maps that he has previous announce during the BizTalk Summit 2014, London event.

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You can download it at BizTalk360 website here.

My Session – The new Transform Designer available in BizTalk Services

My session was about the new Transform Designer available in BizTalk Services were I addressed the basic differences between the BizTalk Server Mapper and the new Mapper in BizTalk Services, the challenges present while migrating current BizTalk Server maps and how can this task be accomplished. And of course how can we accomplish some of the basic transformation tasks like grouping, shorting and condition transformations. I end my presentation with a very complex transformation challenger that took me a week to solve: mapping a SAP invoice to an EDI Invoice document and wrapping up with the “the good, the bad and the ugly” features of the new Transform Designer.

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You can see the full story of the event here: BizTalk Innovation Day, Oslo – story of the day

 

LIX Encontro da Comunidade SQLPort

The second event was a 20-minute talk in the LIX Edition of SQLPort Community meeting in Porto, Portugal about the Concepts and challenges of Enterprise Integration and how can BizTalk Server and BizTalk Services can address them and help organizations in their needs. An Introduction to BizTalk Server. What is? What does BizTalk do? And an Introduction to BizTalk Services. What is? What does BizTalk Services do?

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SQLSaturday #341 – Porto

This was the fourth time that this conference took place in Portugal, but it was the first time that was held in Porto, so was very proud and honor to be selected by the attendees to speak in my first SQLSaturday and in particular to be in my home town. The event was a great success! 22 sessions divided into three tracks, national and international speakers and despise I don’t have official numbers, more than 200 attendees must have passed by the event during the day.

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My Session – Introduction to Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services

I had the pleasure to speak at SQLSaturday #341 Porto to a bright young audience that never heard about BizTalk Server/Services… Hoping to open the door for a new integration “BizTalk” genius and why not working with me!

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In this session spoke about the existent functionalities in the new integration services in the cloud: Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services: EAI (Enterprise Application Integration) and EDI (Electronic Data Interchange), the challenges in moving from BizTalk Server to BizTalk Services. And the evolving challenges of Enterprise Integration.

 

I was also honor to represent my company DevScope, gold sponsor of this event, in the awards ceremony session. DevScope has offered an entry to Microsoft Azure Machine Learning Master Class that will be held in November 22 in Porto

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