A compendium of best practices and implementation wisdom, Pro BizTalk 2009 is a revision of the highly successful and bestselling Pro BizTalk 2006. The book has been fully updated to cover the latest developments in BizTalk 2009. You’ll find allnew chapters on topics such as developing WCFcompliant adapters using the WCF LOB adapter SDK, connecting BizTalk to IBM mainframe lineofbusiness applications and data using the Host Integration Server adapter, and riding the Enterprise Service Bus. All other chapters in the book have been updated to reflect the latest developments in BizTalk 2009.Pro BizTalk 2009 is based upon real feedback from BizTalk developers. It is written by recognized experts George Dunphy and Sergei Moukhnitski, backed by a team of topnotch coauthors. The book is a labor of love in which the authors share their experiences and expertise to teach you the art of creating a BizTalk solution using the right tools from the BizTalk 2009 toolbox.
Sergei Moukhnitski A biography for this author is not available.
Harold Campos is a Consultant with Microsoft Consulting Services specializing in SOA, Legacy Integration, Collaboration, and eCommerce. He has more than nine years of experience in IT business around the world. He has managed, architected, and developed solutions in the government, banking, energy, defense, telecommunications, retail, mining, and health care sectors. Harold has completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Systems Engineering at the National University of Engineering in Lima, Peru. He is also a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer and Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in BizTalk and SharePoint Technologies. Harold lives in Toronto, Canada, together with his wife, Claudia, and daughter, Valeria. Currently, Harold is involved in mainframe migration initiatives and also participates actively in Microsoft Canadas Application Platform and Business Process Integration communities.
Stephen Kaufman is an Architect with Microsoft Consulting Services focusing on middle tier technologies and has worked with BizTalk since the original BizTalk CTP in 1999. In addition, he is an author, trainer and speaker. He has written Microsoft Knowledge Base articles, a BizTalk tools whitepaper, as well as a number of other articles. He was a contributing author for the BizTalk Certification Exam 74135. He also writes a blog focused on integration technologies at http//blogs.msdn.com/skaufman. Stephen has also spoken internationally at events such as TechEd North America, TechEd EMEA, Microsofts SOA & BPM Conference, Microsofts Developer Days as well as a number of other conferences and events.
Peter Kelcey is an Technology Specialist with Microsoft Canada focused on SOA and integration technologies. As part of this role, he has spoken to organizations and audiences across North America about Microsofts SOA platform and technologies. He has over 12 years experience in designing, developing and integrating applications using a wide range of technologies. In recent years, Peter has specialized in Microsoft Enterprise Service Bus Guidance for BizTalk and developed Microsofts first training course for this new technology.
David Peterson is a Solution Architect with Microsoft Consulting Services specializing in enterprise application architecture and development. He has eighteen years experience in software development with both Microsoft and a large Canadian retail organization and has extensive experience is architecting, building and deploying enterprise scale applications in mission critical environments for financial institutions, government and corporate organizations. David is a Microsoft Certificated Solution Developer focusing on technologies such as Microsoft .NET Framework, Commerce Server, SQL Server, Visual C#, Visual Basic, Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Workflow, Smart Client and ASP.NET web development.
George Dunphy is an Architect with Microsoft Consulting Technical Quality Assurance. He has 14 years of experience and focuses on technologies such as the Microsoft .NET Framework, BizTalk Server, Visual Basic and Visual Basic .Net, Active Server Pages, COM, SQL Server, XML, SOAP and WSDL, TSQL, and web development. In addition to his technical skills, George focuses on managing development teams for large enterprise application development projects. He works with a variety of customers ranging from Governments to Fortune 100 companies to startups.