BizTalk is an integration tool provided by Microsoft to integrate homogeneous (Within the Organization) and heterogeneous (Outside Organization) applications.

Also it has rich capabilities of tracking real-time Business activities and implementing Business Rules. It is a highly effective message broker system.

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  • No technology knowledge required to learn BizTalk
  • Having knowledge on dot net and sqlserver are added advantage


  • Duration of the course is 30 to 35 hours
  • As part of BizTalk training, both BizTalk development and administration part will be covered.

BizTalk Course Content

 Module 1: BizTalk Server Overview

  • What Is BizTalk Server?
  • Why Is BizTalk Server?
  • BizTalk Components and Capabilities
  • BizTalk Architecture

Module 2: BizTalk Server Setup

  • Installation of SqlServer
  • Installation of Visual Studio
  • Installation of BizTalk Server and configuration

Module 3: Creating BizTalk Schemas

  • Introduction to BizTalk Schemas
  • Creating Schemas
  • Schemas for Non-XML Messages

Module 4: Creating BizTalk Maps

  • Creating a BizTalk Map
  • Manipulating Data Using Functoids
  • BizTalk Mapper Usability Features

Module 5: Deploying BizTalk Applications

  • Deploying Fundamentals
  • Deploying Assemblies
  • Working with Binding Files
  • Deploying Using MSI Packages

Module 6: Enabling Message Routing Using Ports

  • Introduction to Message Routing
  • Configuring Message Routing
  • Monitoring BizTalk Processes
  • Enabling Tracking and Viewing Tracked Data

Module 7: Troubleshooting BizTalk Runtime Exceptions

  • Troubleshooting Issues Using the Group Hub
  • Troubleshooting Issues using Event Viewer

Module 8: Tracking BizTalk Server Activity

  • Enabling Tracking and Viewing Tracked Data
  • How Does Tracking Really Work?

 Module 9: Creating Pipelines

  • Introduction to Pipelines
  • Building Custom Pipelines

 Module 10: Creating Orchestrations

  • Introduction to BizTalk Orchestration
  • Building an Orchestration

Module 11: Advanced Orchestration Design

  • Orchestration Shapes
  • Logical Port Binding Options
  • Implementing Correlation
  • Invoking Orchestrations

Module 12: Expose BizTalk WCF Service

  • Communication with Two-Way Services
  • How to expose BizTalk orchestration as wcf service.
  • How to expose BizTalk schema as wcf service.

Module 13: RESTful API Integration

  • RESTful APIs
  • HTTP Verbs
  • Working with JSON Encoded Messages
  • Test RESTful APIs

Module 14: Integrating with Databases and .net components

  • Generating BizTalk Artifacts from Database
  • Registering the WCF-SQL Adapter
  • Create C# class libraries and calling from BizTalk Orchestration

 Module 15: Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)

  • Creating Activities, View
  • Using Tracking Profile Editor
  • How to view activities in BAM Portal

Module 16: Business Rule Engine (BRE)

  • Purpose of Business Rules
  • Creating Business Rules
  • Deploying Business Rules

Module 17: ESB Exception Management Console

  • Purpose of ESB Exception Management Console
  • How to route the exception messages to ESB
  • Features of ESB management console

Module 18: Health and Activity Tracking 

  • Tracking Message Activity
  • Using the Service Pane
  • Observing the status of Orchestration
  • Following path and status of execution
  • Debugging an Orchestration using HAT

Module 19: BizTalk Design Patterns 

  • Parallel Convoy
  • Sequential Convoy
  • Correlations

BizTalk Material/Classroom Videos

  • Quick recap notes will be given for each class
  • Class room videos will be shared for each class