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Microsoft recently annouced BizTalk Server 2009 R2, BizTalk's future and Roadmap:
 BizTalk Server 2009 R2 - What's new

Learn how BizTalk Server 2009 lets you focus on writing the code to do the hardcore business logic and let BizTalk take care of moving the data. Hear how your development skills with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), and Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) work seamlessly with the powerful integration platform of BizTalk. Find out how BizTalk aligns with the Microsoft application server in the longer term.


What does BizTalk do?


Who is using BizTalk Server?



BizTalk Server Roadmap:

BizTalk Server Roadmap



Posted on Saturday, December 5, 2009 5:05 PM BizTalk Server , Microsoft Technologies | Back to top

Comments on this post: Microsoft BizTalk Server Futures and Roadmap

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BizTalk Server is ideal for large companies and it has a lot of advantages. By using it you can move data in a very short time and it also protects your information. I am a financial investor and I use BizTalk for two years besides my AA Rating which is the most important analytics tool for my job. While BizTalk offers data protection and fast transfers, the AA Rating gives me the opportunity take the best investment decision as it measures market share and market trends. Moreover analytics pricing is very good.
Left by Lisa on Nov 29, 2011 10:57 AM

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Please confirm which Biztalk Server 2010 Edition is the Right Edition for the following requirement:

Scalability and High Availability : Integration Server must provide for scalability, reliability and performance for integrating businesscritical applications

Left by Arun on Jan 21, 2012 6:36 PM

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There is no difference between standard and enterprise edition other than licensing and limited usage (up to 2 CPU, up to 5 applications). However, cost difference is high between both editions. See if standard edition is enough (in most cases it is) else, go for enterprise edition.
Left by Jay Kinker on Jan 23, 2012 9:57 AM

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