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BizTalk Server 2006 R3 is now renamed to BizTalk Server 2009. BTS2006 R3 had considerable new features due to which Microsoft decided to make it as a major release and renamed it to BizTalk Server 2009. It will be released H1 2009. First community technology preview (CTP) is already delivered to selected customers. Another CTP will be released later this year.


Obviously, latest version of BizTalk Server will enable customers to take advantage of the latest Microsoft technologies. At the same time there are many enhancements and new features scheduled with this version.


So, what’s new in BizTalk Server 2009!

Here are some of major features:


Platform support:

-          Support for .Net Framework 3.5 SP1

-          Support for Visual Studio 2008 SP1

-          Support for Windows Server 2008

-          Support for SQL Server 2008


B2B Integration:

-          Connectivity with intelligent RFID devices

-          Enhanced support for EDI and AS2

-          Enhanced support for SWIFT


Other features:

-          Enhanced developer and team productivity through Team Foundation System (TFS), Visual Studio and other feaures

-          Enhanced support for Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)

-          New and enhanced line of business (LOB) adapters


Related links:

SDTimes - Microsoft talks BizTalk 2009 and beyond 

Q&A: What’s Next for BizTalk Server 
Updated BizTalk Roadmap 

Posted on Thursday, October 2, 2008 8:26 PM BizTalk Server , Microsoft Technologies | Back to top

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Jay, if they've released the early CTP to customers, does that mean that MVP's have access to download it as well?

Left by D'Arcy from Winnipeg on Oct 03, 2008 9:45 AM

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Search for "BizTalk TAP Programs" at Microsoft Connect.


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