Recap – Sweden and Global Azure Bootcamp

Recap – Sweden and Global Azure Bootcamp

This week was a busy week for me, in a very good way. I got to travel around again, this time to Sweden, together with my good buddy Steef-Jan. Having been to Sweden doing sessions last year as well, I was very much looking forward going back. I also got to speak at the Global Azure Bootcamp, a massive event all over the world with people speaking, doing labs and having all kinds of interactions around Azure.

We started on Tuesday going to Gothenburg, where I got to do a session on industrial IoT for the SWEBUG, showing how we can integrate with IoT Hub and Dynamics 365 using Logic Apps, Service Bus and more. We had a nice crowd, and lots of interaction, which is always a big plus. In my opinion industrial is where the big chances for IoT are, and had some interesting discussions on how others were seeing this.

The next day we went on to Stockholm by train, so we had some time to enjoy the country side, talk about work, and look back on the Global Integration Bootcamp, for which we both were main organizers. We are already making plans for a GIB2018 event as well, so keep your eye out on that. In Stockholm we first participated in an integration architecture forum, a great initiative by Johan Hedberg, where architects from different companies come together and discuss what is happening in the integration space, and how people are using these new techniques. It is great to see this kind of deep technical interaction, where people really are willing to help each other out.

Image may contain: 6 people, people smiling, people sitting and indoor

Next was our sessions for the SWEBUG, where I again got to do my IoT session. Once again, a great audience, with some nice discussion going on between and after the sessions.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C9yv7VpWsAEpcWv.jpg:large

After the sessions, it was time for some beers and discussions. The great thing of being able to do these trips is you get to meet a lot of new people, as well as catch up with friends. The next day we got all to ourselves, so we got to see a lot of Stockholm, walking around the city, and visiting the Vasa Museum. During lunch we met up with Mikael Hakansson, and talked a lot about IoT and his product microServiceBus.com, which does a great job filling the gap currently left by the big cloud providers. In the evening we met another good friend of mine, Mikael Sand, for some beers and great food.

Image may contain: one or more people, people sitting, table and indoor

As you can tell, I once again had a great time in Sweden, and look forward to going back there again.

On Saturday, it was time for the Global Azure Bootcamp, for which I was invited by Azug.be to do a session in Ghent. Having done some sessions in Belgium before, I can say I love the audience here, they really make you feel welcome. For the boot camp I adjusted my IoT session a bit, doing a bit more of a deep dive into its possibilities.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C-A-DCWXoAAcZSM.jpg:large

I also enjoyed the other sessions a lot, especially the session on iPaas and enterprise integration by Glenn, giving a really nice overview of just how much Azure has matured.

Recap – Sweden and Global Azure Bootcamp

Recap – Sweden and Global Azure Bootcamp

This week was a busy week for me, in a very good way. I got to travel around again, this time to Sweden, together with my good buddy Steef-Jan. Having been to Sweden doing sessions last year as well, I was very much looking forward going back. I also got to speak at the Global Azure Bootcamp, a massive event all over the world with people speaking, doing labs and having all kinds of interactions around Azure.

We started on Tuesday going to Gothenburg, where I got to do a session on industrial IoT for the SWEBUG, showing how we can integrate with IoT Hub and Dynamics 365 using Logic Apps, Service Bus and more. We had a nice crowd, and lots of interaction, which is always a big plus. In my opinion industrial is where the big chances for IoT are, and had some interesting discussions on how others were seeing this.

The next day we went on to Stockholm by train, so we had some time to enjoy the country side, talk about work, and look back on the Global Integration Bootcamp, for which we both were main organizers. We are already making plans for a GIB2018 event as well, so keep your eye out on that. In Stockholm we first participated in an integration architecture forum, a great initiative by Johan Hedberg, where architects from different companies come together and discuss what is happening in the integration space, and how people are using these new techniques. It is great to see this kind of deep technical interaction, where people really are willing to help each other out.

Image may contain: 6 people, people smiling, people sitting and indoor

Next was our sessions for the SWEBUG, where I again got to do my IoT session. Once again, a great audience, with some nice discussion going on between and after the sessions.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C9yv7VpWsAEpcWv.jpg:large

After the sessions, it was time for some beers and discussions. The great thing of being able to do these trips is you get to meet a lot of new people, as well as catch up with friends. The next day we got all to ourselves, so we got to see a lot of Stockholm, walking around the city, and visiting the Vasa Museum. During lunch we met up with Mikael Hakansson, and talked a lot about IoT and his product microServiceBus.com, which does a great job filling the gap currently left by the big cloud providers. In the evening we met another good friend of mine, Mikael Sand, for some beers and great food.

Image may contain: one or more people, people sitting, table and indoor

As you can tell, I once again had a great time in Sweden, and look forward to going back there again.

On Saturday, it was time for the Global Azure Bootcamp, for which I was invited by Azug.be to do a session in Ghent. Having done some sessions in Belgium before, I can say I love the audience here, they really make you feel welcome. For the boot camp I adjusted my IoT session a bit, doing a bit more of a deep dive into its possibilities.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C-A-DCWXoAAcZSM.jpg:large

I also enjoyed the other sessions a lot, especially the session on iPaas and enterprise integration by Glenn, giving a really nice overview of just how much Azure has matured.

Recap – Sweden and Global Azure Bootcamp

Recap – Sweden and Global Azure Bootcamp

This week was a busy week for me, in a very good way. I got to travel around again, this time to Sweden, together with my good buddy Steef-Jan. Having been to Sweden doing sessions last year as well, I was very much looking forward going back. I also got to speak at the Global Azure Bootcamp, a massive event all over the world with people speaking, doing labs and having all kinds of interactions around Azure.

We started on Tuesday going to Gothenburg, where I got to do a session on industrial IoT for the SWEBUG, showing how we can integrate with IoT Hub and Dynamics 365 using Logic Apps, Service Bus and more. We had a nice crowd, and lots of interaction, which is always a big plus. In my opinion industrial is where the big chances for IoT are, and had some interesting discussions on how others were seeing this.

The next day we went on to Stockholm by train, so we had some time to enjoy the country side, talk about work, and look back on the Global Integration Bootcamp, for which we both were main organizers. We are already making plans for a GIB2018 event as well, so keep your eye out on that. In Stockholm we first participated in an integration architecture forum, a great initiative by Johan Hedberg, where architects from different companies come together and discuss what is happening in the integration space, and how people are using these new techniques. It is great to see this kind of deep technical interaction, where people really are willing to help each other out.

Image may contain: 6 people, people smiling, people sitting and indoor

Next was our sessions for the SWEBUG, where I again got to do my IoT session. Once again, a great audience, with some nice discussion going on between and after the sessions.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C9yv7VpWsAEpcWv.jpg:large

After the sessions, it was time for some beers and discussions. The great thing of being able to do these trips is you get to meet a lot of new people, as well as catch up with friends. The next day we got all to ourselves, so we got to see a lot of Stockholm, walking around the city, and visiting the Vasa Museum. During lunch we met up with Mikael Hakansson, and talked a lot about IoT and his product microServiceBus.com, which does a great job filling the gap currently left by the big cloud providers. In the evening we met another good friend of mine, Mikael Sand, for some beers and great food.

Image may contain: one or more people, people sitting, table and indoor

As you can tell, I once again had a great time in Sweden, and look forward to going back there again.

On Saturday, it was time for the Global Azure Bootcamp, for which I was invited by Azug.be to do a session in Ghent. Having done some sessions in Belgium before, I can say I love the audience here, they really make you feel welcome. For the boot camp I adjusted my IoT session a bit, doing a bit more of a deep dive into its possibilities.

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C-A-DCWXoAAcZSM.jpg:large

I also enjoyed the other sessions a lot, especially the session on iPaas and enterprise integration by Glenn, giving a really nice overview of just how much Azure has matured.

BHM Load Error: Could not load assembly file ‘file:///C:Program files (x86)BizTalkHealthMonitorMYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll’ or one of its dependencies

BHM Load Error: Could not load assembly file ‘file:///C:Program files (x86)BizTalkHealthMonitorMYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll’ or one of its dependencies

This BHM load error regarding to MYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll, that can may also occurs with MaintenanceRep.dll, is a very well-known problem/annoying issue that occurs after we install BizTalk Health Monitor or update it to a new version that will apply in all BizTalk versions (BizTalk Server 2016, 2013 R2, 2013 or 2010) and SO (Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, 2012 R2, 2012 and so on):

Could not load assembly file ‘file:///C:Program files (x86)BizTalkHealthMonitorMYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll’ or one of its dependencies. Operation is not supported. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131515)

BHM Could not load assembly MYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll

CAUSE

That is one of that times that BizTalk Server team did a great job. Not only throw the error but they also explain the problem and the solution to solve it.

This error when BHM tries to load the repository files downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center (DLC). BHM is using two repositories for this configuration, these repository files (MYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll and MaintenanceRep.dll) can be blocked by OS when downloading from DLC and may cause this issue.

Solution

Again, the solution to this problem is also explained in the error window:

  • Close BHM
  • Go to BHM installation folder
    • The default path is C:Program files (x86)BizTalkHealthMonitor
  • Right-click in MYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll and select “Properties” option

Select MYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll Properties

  • You may see that the security warning at the bottom of the windows saying: “The file came from another computer and might be blocked to help protect this computer”
    • Check “Unblock” option and click “OK”

MYHCQueries_MBVQueries.dll Properties Security Warnings

  • Do the same steps for “MaintenanceRep.dll”

Once you have unblocked both files, you should no longer see the security warning when you go back into their properties and if you try to execute BHM again all the above-mentioned errors related to loading repositories should be resolved.

You may also find more details about this issue directly from BizTalk Health Monitor blog: BHM v3.2 – Errors While Loading Repositories.

Note:

  • If you have not yet installed BHM, you can also follow the above steps on the unzipped package prior to installing BHM.
Author: Sandro Pereira

Sandro Pereira lives in Portugal and works as a consultant at DevScope. In the past years, he has been working on implementing Integration scenarios both on-premises and cloud for various clients, each with different scenarios from a technical point of view, size, and criticality, using Microsoft Azure, Microsoft BizTalk Server and different technologies like AS2, EDI, RosettaNet, SAP, TIBCO etc. He is a regular blogger, international speaker, and technical reviewer of several BizTalk books all focused on Integration. He is also the author of the book “BizTalk Mapping Patterns & Best Practices”. He has been awarded MVP since 2011 for his contributions to the integration community.

Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa | April 22 | Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa | April 22 | Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

This post is for the BizTalk Server and Microsoft Azure Portuguese Community, will be held on April 22, 2017 – between 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM the Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa at Microsoft Portugal in Lisbon.

In April of 2013, the first Global Windows Azure Bootcamp has held in more than 90 locations around the globe. And each year number is increasing! This year it is expected the event will be hosted in 244 cities worldwide!

Global Azure Bootcamp 2017: Azure Functions

O Global Azure Bootcamp (#GlobalAzure) está de regresso a Lisboa no próximo dia 22 de Abril para a edição de 2017!

No maior evento de Azure do planeta, a comunidade vai ter a oportunidade de experimentar as últimas novidades da plataforma e entrar em contacto com os maiores especialistas portugueses na plataforma.

Junta-te a nós a partir das 9h00 para um dia repleto de coisas interessantes para fazer/assistir:

  • Sessões técnicas
  • Global Science Lab
  • Intro & Advanced Labs

Traz o teu portátil e aproveita para experimentar alguns dos desafios que temos para ti!

Além das sessões técnicas teremos vários labs à disposição dos participantes. Existirão labs mais introdutórios para quem quer ganhar conhecimentos e labs mais avançados para quem pretende aprofundar o know-how em Azure.

Sobre a minha sessão – Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions” – No início dos anos 1980, o espírito de inovação na computação pessoal estava a iniciar-se, podemos mesmo dizer “catching fire”. Hoje vivemos numa era semelhante na inovação de Serverless computing, também conhecido como function as a service (FaaS), um modelo de execução de código na Cloud no qual o fornecedor de serviços Cloud gere todos os recursos necessários para a execução das funções como um serviço (PaaS).

Nesta deep-dive sessão, iremos ver como Azure Functions podem ser uma ferramenta poderosa no seu toolkit de desenvolvimento, saber quais os seus benefícios e desafios que poderemos encontrar. Onde iremos abordar temas como:

  • Usar Azure Functions juntamente com Logic Apps: onde mostrarei um cenário de reconhecimento de formulários e interligá-los com Power BI
  • Usar Azure Functions juntamente com Microsoft Flow
  • HTTP e Event Hubs triggers em Azure Functions
  • Ou Usar Azure Functions juntamente com PowerApps

(ainda a trabalhar noutras demos por isso poderão aparecer novas surpresas (tópicos)

Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

Data Evento: 22 Abril 2017 – 09:00H

Local do Evento: Microsoft Portugal | Rua do Fogo de Santelmo Lote 2.07.02 | Lisboa 1990-110 | Portugal

O evento é gratuito! De que está à espera? Reserve já o seu lugar aqui e participe: Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa

Estamos a sua espera!

Author: Sandro Pereira

Sandro Pereira lives in Portugal and works as a consultant at DevScope. In the past years, he has been working on implementing Integration scenarios both on-premises and cloud for various clients, each with different scenarios from a technical point of view, size, and criticality, using Microsoft Azure, Microsoft BizTalk Server and different technologies like AS2, EDI, RosettaNet, SAP, TIBCO etc. He is a regular blogger, international speaker, and technical reviewer of several BizTalk books all focused on Integration. He is also the author of the book “BizTalk Mapping Patterns & Best Practices”. He has been awarded MVP since 2011 for his contributions to the integration community.

Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa | April 22 | Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa | April 22 | Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

This post is for the BizTalk Server and Microsoft Azure Portuguese Community, will be held on April 22, 2017 – between 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM the Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa at Microsoft Portugal in Lisbon.

In April of 2013, the first Global Windows Azure Bootcamp has held in more than 90 locations around the globe. And each year number is increasing! This year it is expected the event will be hosted in 244 cities worldwide!

Global Azure Bootcamp 2017: Azure Functions

O Global Azure Bootcamp (#GlobalAzure) está de regresso a Lisboa no próximo dia 22 de Abril para a edição de 2017!

No maior evento de Azure do planeta, a comunidade vai ter a oportunidade de experimentar as últimas novidades da plataforma e entrar em contacto com os maiores especialistas portugueses na plataforma.

Junta-te a nós a partir das 9h00 para um dia repleto de coisas interessantes para fazer/assistir:

  • Sessões técnicas
  • Global Science Lab
  • Intro & Advanced Labs

Traz o teu portátil e aproveita para experimentar alguns dos desafios que temos para ti!

Além das sessões técnicas teremos vários labs à disposição dos participantes. Existirão labs mais introdutórios para quem quer ganhar conhecimentos e labs mais avançados para quem pretende aprofundar o know-how em Azure.

Sobre a minha sessão – Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions” – No início dos anos 1980, o espírito de inovação na computação pessoal estava a iniciar-se, podemos mesmo dizer “catching fire”. Hoje vivemos numa era semelhante na inovação de Serverless computing, também conhecido como function as a service (FaaS), um modelo de execução de código na Cloud no qual o fornecedor de serviços Cloud gere todos os recursos necessários para a execução das funções como um serviço (PaaS).

Nesta deep-dive sessão, iremos ver como Azure Functions podem ser uma ferramenta poderosa no seu toolkit de desenvolvimento, saber quais os seus benefícios e desafios que poderemos encontrar. Onde iremos abordar temas como:

  • Usar Azure Functions juntamente com Logic Apps: onde mostrarei um cenário de reconhecimento de formulários e interligá-los com Power BI
  • Usar Azure Functions juntamente com Microsoft Flow
  • HTTP e Event Hubs triggers em Azure Functions
  • Ou Usar Azure Functions juntamente com PowerApps

(ainda a trabalhar noutras demos por isso poderão aparecer novas surpresas (tópicos)

Halt and Catch Fire: Azure Functions

Data Evento: 22 Abril 2017 – 09:00H

Local do Evento: Microsoft Portugal | Rua do Fogo de Santelmo Lote 2.07.02 | Lisboa 1990-110 | Portugal

O evento é gratuito! De que está à espera? Reserve já o seu lugar aqui e participe: Global Azure Bootcamp 2017 – Lisboa

Estamos a sua espera!

Author: Sandro Pereira

Sandro Pereira lives in Portugal and works as a consultant at DevScope. In the past years, he has been working on implementing Integration scenarios both on-premises and cloud for various clients, each with different scenarios from a technical point of view, size, and criticality, using Microsoft Azure, Microsoft BizTalk Server and different technologies like AS2, EDI, RosettaNet, SAP, TIBCO etc. He is a regular blogger, international speaker, and technical reviewer of several BizTalk books all focused on Integration. He is also the author of the book “BizTalk Mapping Patterns & Best Practices”. He has been awarded MVP since 2011 for his contributions to the integration community.

Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 17

Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 17

Do you feel difficult to keep up to date on all the frequent updates and announcements in the Microsoft Integration platform?

Integration weekly update can be your solution. It’s a weekly update on the topics related to Integration – enterprise integration, robust & scalable messaging capabilities and Citizen Integration capabilities empowered by Microsoft platform to deliver value to the business.

If you want to receive these updates weekly, then don’t forget to Subscribe!

On-Premise Integration:

Cloud and Hybrid Integration:

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Hope this would be helpful. Please feel free to let me know your feedback on the Integration weekly series.

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Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 17

Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 17

Do you feel difficult to keep up to date on all the frequent updates and announcements in the Microsoft Integration platform?

Integration weekly update can be your solution. It’s a weekly update on the topics related to Integration – enterprise integration, robust & scalable messaging capabilities and Citizen Integration capabilities empowered by Microsoft platform to deliver value to the business.

If you want to receive these updates weekly, then don’t forget to Subscribe!

On-Premise Integration:

Cloud and Hybrid Integration:

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Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 10

Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 10

Do you feel difficult to keep up to date on all the frequent updates and announcements in the Microsoft Integration platform?

Integration weekly update can be your solution. It’s a weekly update on the topics related to Integration – enterprise integration, robust & scalable messaging capabilities and Citizen Integration capabilities empowered by Microsoft platform to deliver value to the business.

If you want to receive these updates weekly, then don’t forget to Subscribe!

On-Premise Integration:

Cloud and Hybrid Integration:

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Hope this would be helpful. Please feel free to let me know your feedback on the Integration weekly series.

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Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 10

Microsoft Integration Weekly Update: April 10

Do you feel difficult to keep up to date on all the frequent updates and announcements in the Microsoft Integration platform?

Integration weekly update can be your solution. It’s a weekly update on the topics related to Integration – enterprise integration, robust & scalable messaging capabilities and Citizen Integration capabilities empowered by Microsoft platform to deliver value to the business.

If you want to receive these updates weekly, then don’t forget to Subscribe!

On-Premise Integration:

Cloud and Hybrid Integration:

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Hope this would be helpful. Please feel free to let me know your feedback on the Integration weekly series.

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