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March 2015

IntegrationMonday T-Shirts at the London Summit – Who’s in?

By |2015-03-26T00:40:04+00:00March 26th, 2015|BizTalk|

Just wanted to share an idea we had for the London BizTalk Summit.  The idea was to help raise awareness of the Integration Monday series by having people who enjoy integration monday to wear a t-shirt.  I got a few suggestions about having a store where we could order t-shirts that were branded and I have tried to set this up on TeeSpring but I have raised a couple of support queries with them about the campaign before we told people about it and they have not replied to me so I was a little concerned about using it in [...]

Log4net & Azure Service Bus Event Hubs

By |2015-03-09T00:24:53+00:00March 9th, 2015|Azure, Service Bus|

A year or more ago on my old blog I wrote an article about how I think we could use logging information in hybrid integration scenarios to bring together this holistic view of whats happening across the stack.  The old link was: More recently Ive spent some time playing around with Azure Service Bus Event Hubs and exploring the idea of instrumenting my applications and integration components with log4net where it is configured to send logging information to Azure Service Bus Event Hubs.  The aim was to implement the scenario described on the article above and now Event Hubs [...]

London BizTalk Summit- An Integration Platform to Support Vision 2025

By |2015-03-05T09:06:22+00:00March 5th, 2015|Azure, BizTalk, Service Bus|

Hi All, Just wanted to share some thinking for my session at the London BizTalk Summit in April.  My session will be the details below  Title An Integration Platform to Support Vision 2025   Abstract Northumbria University is at an exciting point on its journey to become a new kind of excellent university at a time when the higher education sector itself is undergoing significant change. The University’s “Vision 2025” and underpinning corporate strategy describe how the University will respond to a changing sector and exploit emerging opportunities (including technologies) to help shape the future direction of higher education and [...]

Azure Event Hubs vs Azure Messaging

By |2015-03-03T00:25:00+00:00March 3rd, 2015|Azure, Service Bus|

Recently Ive been chatting with a few people about Azure Service Bus and it's clear that in the community there is some confusion about the differences between Azure Service Bus Messaging (queues and topics) and Azure Service Bus Event Hubs and where you should use each.  I thought i'd share my thoughts around this. What is Azure Service Bus Event Hubs Azure Service Bus Event Hubs is a relatively new feature within the Azure Service Bus and is intended to help with the challenge of handling an event based messaging at huge scale.  The idea is that if you have [...]

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