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This group is for blogs related to BizTalk Server. This includes Community Syndicated blogs and Stephen W. Thomas’s blog.
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  • Blog Post: I LIKE IPHONE AND ANDROID BUT I AM A .NET DEVELOPER: DEVELOPING .NET APPLICATIONS FOR IPHONE AND ANDROID

    Another month and another time for our Tellago Technology Updates webinar !! Next Tuesday, my friend and Tellago’s mobility practice lead Chris Love will be speaking about IOs and Android development from a .NET developer perspective. The session will...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Teched 2011 Slides

    I know, I know….It’s been almost 2 weeks since Teched and I still haven’t posted the slide decks of my sessions :( I’ve been super busy with some exciting development on both Tellago and Tellago Studios but I finally got to it :) WCF Best Practices My...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Getting a cup of coffee using the WCF Web APIs: Announcing RESTBucks.NET

    The number of open source releases from the Tellago team keeps growing! At Tellago , we like to dedicate part of our time to work of fun projects that we consider could be a relevant open source complements to existing Microsoft technologies. You can...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Speaking at Teched US 2011

    Last week I presented two sessions at Microsoft Teched USA. This year my sessions were focus on Real World Windows Workflow Foundation and WCF Patterns. Do I like challenges or what? ;) Well, both sessions received were jammed packed and received an amazing...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Making WCF load testing so simple a caveman can do it

    As I mentioned in previous posts , during the development of the SO-Aware Test Workbench we literally obsessed about making performance testing as simple as it gets. One of the aspects that make performance testing so simple with the SO-Aware Test Workbench...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Speaking at the 4th International SOA Symposium

    This week I am speaking at the 4 th international SOA Symposium in Brasilia, Brazil. The topic?, take a guess… SO-Aware of course! Tomorrow I will be doing a session about agile SOA Governance that will illustrate on a lot of the principles SO-Aware is...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Speaking at VSLive Las Vegas

    This week I have the honor of speaking at VSLive in Las Vegas . This morning I presented a session about building RESTful services in the Microsoft platform. The session covered the existing options such as WCF, WCF Data Services, ASP.NET MVC and the...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Speaking at VSLive Las Vegas 2011

    This week I have the honor of speaking at VSLive in Las Vegas . This morning I presented a session about building RESTful services in the Microsoft platform. The session covered the existing options such as WCF, WCF Data Services, ASP.NET MVC and the...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Tellago announces BizTalk Server RFID Data Services

    The series of open source releases from our team at Tellago continues…. The newest addition to the RESTful Services APIs for BizTalk Server is here. Over the last few weeks, my colleagues Uri Katsir and Suresh Girirajan have been working on building an...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Invoking ReSTful Web Services with BizTalk Server 2010

    This article presents a workable solution for consuming ReSTful services using BizTalk Server 2010.
  • Blog Post: Load Testing your WCF Service in Two Clicks

    A few months back I was talking to a VP of Architecture from one of our customers about service testing practices and he expressed a very blunt viewpoint about load testing: “Developers don’t load test their web services because is to F…. difficult” ...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: SO-Aware at the Atlanta Connected Systems User Group

    Today my colleague Don Demsak will be presenting a session about WCF management, testing and governance using SO-Aware and the SO-Aware Test Workbench at the Connected Systems User Group in Atlanta . Don is a very engaging speaker and has prepared some...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: How fast are my services? Comparing basicHttpBinding and ws2007HttpBinding using the SO-Aware Test Workbench

    When working on real world WCF solutions, we become pretty aware of the performance implications of the binding and behavior configuration of WCF services. However, whether it’s a known fact the different binding and behavior configurations have direct...( read more ) Blog Post by: gsusx
  • Blog Post: Announcing SO-Aware Test Workbench

    Yesterday was a big day for Tellago Studios . After a few months hands down working, we announced the release of the SO-Aware Test Workbench tool which brings sophisticated performance testing and test visualization capabilities to theWCF world. This...( read more )
  • Blog Post: Agile SOA Governance: SO-Aware and Visual Studio Integration

    One of the major limitations of traditional SOA governance platforms is the lack of integration as part of the development process. Tools like HP-Systinet or SOA Software are designed to operate by models on which the architects dictate the governance...( read more )
  • Blog Post: Tellago & Tellago Studios at Microsoft TechReady

    This week Microsoft is hosting the first edition of their annual TechReady conference. Even though TechReady is an internal conference, Microsoft invited us to present a not one but two sessions about some our recent work. We are particularly proud of...( read more )
  • Blog Post: Tellago Devlabs: A RESTful API for BizTalk Server Business Rules

    Tellago DevLabs keeps growing as the primary example of our commitment to open source! Today, we are very happy to announce the availability of the BizTalk Business Rules Data Service API which extends our existing BizTalk Data Services solution with...( read more )
  • Blog Post: Using a service registry that doesn’t suck Part III: Service testing is part of SOA governance

    This is the third post of this series intended to highlight some of the principles of modern SOA governance solution. You can read the first two parts here: Using a service registry that doesn’t suck part I: UDDI is dead Using a service registry that...( read more )
  • Blog Post: Using Google Protocol Buffers Hypermedia Type with WCF RESTful Services: A media type processor sample

    Protocol Buffers is language neutral format for serializing structured data in a very optimal format. You can think about protocol buffers as XML or JSON but lighter and smaller. This format its widely used at Google to exchange data between different...( read more )
  • Blog Post: We are hiring (take a minute to read this, is not another BS talk ;) )

    I really wanted to wait until our new website was out to blog about this but I hope you can put up with the ugly website for a few more days J. Tellago keeps growing and, after a quick break at the beginning of the year, we are back in hiring mode J....( read more )
  • Blog Post: Using a service registry that doesn’t suck part II: Dear registry, do you have to be a message broker?

    Continuing our series of posts about service registry patterns that suck, we decided to address one of the most common techniques that Service Oriented (SOA) governance tools use to enforce policies. Scenario Service registries and repositories serve...( read more )
  • Blog Post: Tellago && Tellago Studios 2010

    With 2011 around the corner we, at Tellago and Tellago Studios , we have been spending a lot of times evaluating our successes and failures (yes those too ;)) of 2010 and delineating some of our goals and strategies for 2011. When I look at 2010 here...( read more )
  • Blog Post: Using a service registry that doesn’t suck part I: UDDI is dead

    This is the first of a series of posts on which I am hoping to detail some of the most common SOA governance scenarios in the real world, their challenges and the approach we’ve taken to address them in SO-Aware. This series does not intend to be a marketing...( read more )
  • Blog Post: SO-Aware sessions in Dallas and Houston

    Our WCF Registry: SO-Aware keeps being evangelized throughout the world. This week Tellago Studios' Dwight Goins will be speaking at Microsoft events in Dallas and Houston ( https://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/EventDetail.aspx?culture=en-US&EventID...( read more )
  • Blog Post: SO-Aware vs. traditional SOA governance technologies

    As the adoption of SO-Aware keep increasing, we have been running into more and more customers that are evaluating SO-Aware against traditional SOA governance products. Those comparisons are always very interesting for us because, to some extent, we built...( read more )
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