BAM in Orchestration

In BizTalk, BAM  applies on pipeline level and in orchestration. Here we are going to implement BAM in Orchestration through BAM API programming. For more details of BAM APIs, you can refer to https://vkbiztalk.wordpress.com/2017/07/17/bam-api/ Normally for BAM Programming below three functions are required under EventStream class. BizTalk.Bam.EventObservation.OrchestrationEventStream.BeginActivity BizTalk.Bam.EventObservation.OrchestrationEventStream.UpdateActivity BizTalk.Bam.EventObservation.OrchestrationEventStream.EndActivity If you want some more advance … Continue reading BAM in Orchestration

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BAM in Custom Pipeline

In BizTalk, BAM can be applied on pipeline level and in orchestration. Here we are going to implement BAM in BizTalk through BAM API programming. For more details of BAM APIs, you can refer to https://vkbiztalk.wordpress.com/2017/07/17/bam-api/ Normally for BAM Programming below three functions are required under EventStream class. BeginActivity UpdateActivity EndActivity But if you want … Continue reading BAM in Custom Pipeline

BAM API

In BizTalk, BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) can be applied on pipeline and in orchestration. BizTalk also provide Tracking Profile Editor tool to implement BAM in BizTalk,  You can get info about tacking profile editor from below reference:  https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa547038.aspx. But this tracking tool has some limitation (for more info you can refer to https://blog.sandro-pereira.com/2010/08/20/bam-limitation-of-tracking-profile-editor-tpe ),  that’s … Continue reading BAM API

Serverless Architecture (FaaS)

Serverless architecture is hot topic in today’s market in cloud computing. Its provide a great feature in Cloud computing. After coming IaaS (Infrastructure as a Server), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service) architecture concept, this is new concept FaaS (Function as a Service). We can call FaaS as Serverless Architecture. … Continue reading Serverless Architecture (FaaS)

Handling Port level exception through orchestration

We can handle port level exception related info through orchestration. For this, we need to create a separate BizTalk application. Or We can create an orchestration in same project but it is better to have separate BizTalk application to handle all the exception throughout the applications deployed on BizTalk admin console. This decision is totally … Continue reading Handling Port level exception through orchestration

Why BizTalk?

BizTalk is market leading tool in the integration world. As per some survey conducted by (https://discovery.hgdata.com/product/biztalk-server) and (https://idatalabs.com/tech/products/biztalk-server). BizTalk has almost 16% market share in Integration world. It is most from any other integration tools. 2nd leading integration tool is IBM WebSphere. So, if anyone says that BizTalk is dead or no future scope, it’s … Continue reading Why BizTalk?