As we’re all aware there’s more than one road that leads to Rome when dealing with
integration. When to use SSIS? For what? What about MSMQ? AppFabric and BizTalk etc.
At TechEd this year I’ve decided to run some preconference training dealing
with this exact issue across many different Microsoft Integration Technologies.
(This is one of the biggest questions I get from customers)
If you’re heading to the Gold Coast this year, then this training
is before TechEd – get up a couple of days early and then be fully
charged and armed with all your questions.
—- here’s the official blurb—-
When to use what Technologies Where [LINK
Azure Storage, BizTalk 2010, BizTalk Adapter Pack, WCF, WF, Oslo, MSMQ, .NET4 Distributed
Caching, SQL Service Broker, SSIS and SharePoint 2010 Service Applications…to name
a few technologies to be confused about.
is no silver bullet for application integration. Different situations call for different
solutions, each targeting a particular kind of problem. While a one-size-fits-all
solution would be nice, the inherent diversity of integration challenges makes such
a simplistic approach impossible. To address this broad set of problems, Microsoft
has created several different integration technologies, each targeting a particular
group of scenarios.
these technologies provide a comprehensive, unified, and complete integration solution.
on a 2-day adventure examining each of these technologies and reviewing the When,
Why’s and How’s on each, with their own distinct role to play with integrating applications.
When you come through the other side you’ll be able to slot each of these technologies
into a *practical* use.
developer workshop is based on real world examples, real world problems and real world
me and be prepared to roll up your sleeves and unravel the maze that awaits….