BizTalk assessment and architecture review
Making a good BizTalk assessment and architecture review is a not a simple thing. BizTalk Server needs many different technologies in order to run.
There are many aspects to be considered and many things to inspect in order to make a complete BizTalk architecture review.
The objectives are many for example:
- how to make good performance tests
- provide the best practices around possible issues
- pinpoint possible bottlenecks to improve the quality of software
- code review
- provide best practices for maintaining a BizTalk environment to obtain stability and availability of the platform that will host BizTalk applications.
During this session we examine the best way to make a BizTalk assessment and architecture review. This includes how to organize good documentation (for all BizTalk aspects, as message flow, channels, transformation, technologies stack, infrastructure, network, adapters, disks, connections, configurations and databases) as well as the correct indicators for the whole BizTalk environment.
Nino Crudele has been an BizTalk MVP for 5 years.
Besides that he is also a Virtual Technology Specialist for BizTalk Server, a role in which he works closely with Microsoft Italy. He enjoys this role as it enables him to work with many different clients seeing BizTalk in different scenarios from a technical point of view, size, and criticality.
Nino has worked with most of the BizTalk accelerators, Rosettanet, HL7, SWIFT and has done some big projects on EDI and RFID. In the past he also had the opportunity to be part of a big integration project with a major Italian enterprise organization that integrates many technologies like SAP, AS400, TIBCO and others using BizTalk.