- Paperback: 396 pages
- Publisher: Packt Publishing (October 28, 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 184968460X
- ISBN-13: 978-1849684606
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.9 x 9.2 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
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About the Author
Dan Rosanova is a three-time Microsoft BizTalk MVP with over twelve years of experience delivering solutions on Microsoft platforms in the financial services, insurance, banking, telecommunications, and logistics industries, where he has specialized in high volume and low latency distributed applications. Dan has extensive experience with .NET, XML, services, and queuing.
Dan is a senior architect in the Technology Integration practice at West Monroe Partners, an international, full-service business and technology consulting firm focused on guiding organizations through projects that fundamentally transform their business.
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So why four stars? There are too many typos in the examples. It is obvious that no one went through the examples using the book and a clean environment or a lot of the typos would have been caught. It also took a long time to get hold of all the sample code needed for the setup to be able to code and run all the examples. I found all of it eventually by contacting the publisher and also used Google.
Despite the issues I do recommend the book to anyone who wants to understand BizTalk and learn how to build maintainable BizTalk solutions.
Second reason is that this book neatly fits in with other BizTalk books published by PACKT like :
* Microsoft BizTalk 2010: Line of Business Systems Integration
* SOA Patterns with BizTalk Server 2009
Third and final reason you will be a better BizTalk professional or architect, when applying the knowledge found in BizTalk Patterns book and others. Who wouldn't want that!
-How do we properly handle large file inputs while maintaining priority for real-time requests?
-How do we best package solutions and projects for loosely coupled deployments with minimal downtime?
-How many instances of SQL Server are we really going to need?
-Why do physical resources seem to not be the limiting factor on performance in some situations?
-How do I best illustrate to the dev team the difference between imperative and pub-sub paradigms?
This book answered all of those questions for me, and gave a real understanding of what each component and feature was *for*, not just a description of what it was and how to use it.
I do suspect the book requires a bit of knowledge of BizTalk up front as it lacks a lot of the lightweight material that comprises most tech books (installation, lists of components and settings, etc.), but I don't consider that to be a flaw.
If you have a basic understanding of BizTalk but really want to make the tool do everything it can, this is a fantastic resource.
The second part is written in a form of history, love this part, telling how he began to implement BizTalk integrations on a particular customer, start for the basic scenario (Pass thru) to more robust and complex scenarios. This second part the shifts from theory to practice presenting real world integration patterns explained step-by-step (BAM and Unit Tests, messaging solutions, error handling, BRE, orchestration patterns like convoys ...)
It is a great book and highly recommended. Congratulations to the author: Dan Rosanova (two time MVP BizTalk Server).
This book would make an excellent resource for anyone putting a BizTalk training class together. Dan's treatment of the material is well paced and well organized. I read the book from cover to cover, but the table of contents and the index make it an excellent go-to resource when you need to find a particular topic quickly.