Applied Architecture Patterns on the Microsoft Platform

New book was published by my favorite BizTalk guru , it will be interesting not only for BizTalk developers.

What you will learn from the book :
  • How to organize your evaluation of candidate solutions to a given business problem
  • Review the new features in WCF and Workflow that are available in .NET 4.0
  • Explore the hosting of WCF and Workflow solutions in Windows Server AppFabric and dive deeper into the best usage scenarios for these frameworks
  • Look at the core components and compelling aspects of BizTalk Server 2010
  • See where to use the data movement, master data management and data governance of SQL Server Integration Services, Microsoft Sync Framework, and SQL Server Service Broker
  • How to determine when to use BizTalk Server versus Windows Workflow for workflow applications and BizTalk Server versus SQL Server when sharing data
  • Walk through developing your first Windows Azure Platform AppFabric, and SQL Azure applications and get an overview of each of the components of the Windows Azure Platform
  • Construct high volume event processing solutions using the new StreamInsight engine included with SQL Server 2008
  • Discover the value of distributed cache and how to build solutions using the new Caching Framework built into Windows Server AppFabric


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