Feb 21

Using BizTalk360 for alarm notification statistics

It is nothing new that BizTalk360 enables you to set up automated monitoring for BizTalk. This includes the deployed BizTalk application artifacts and

By Lex Hegt

Feb 14

Comparing BizTalk360 to DynaTrace

Introduction From time to time we hear that organisations are using DynaTrace for operating and monitoring their BizTalk environments. When we talk to such

By Lex Hegt

Jan 8

BizTalk360 Implementation Best Practices

So, you have installed BizTalk360 and you are eager to start using it! But, BizTalk360 is such a feature-rich product, that you might find it hard to get

By Lex Hegt

Nov 29

Deploying BizTalk360 within your organization

In this blog post, we will explain how different stakeholders within your organization can be involved in operating the BizTalk environment and managing

By Lex Hegt

Sep 6

BizTalk Server 2016 Feature Pack 3

In this blog post we will update you on which new capabilities came with BizTalk Server 2016 Feature Pack 3. Earlier, we have also

By Lex Hegt

Jun 13

Why did we build ESB Management Portal?

Why do we need this feature One of the tools which come with BizTalk Server is the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Toolkit. Although the ESB Toolkit is a

By Lex Hegt

Jun 6

Why did we build EDI Dashboard?

Why do we need this feature Many customers use their BizTalk platform to exchange EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) messages with their partners. BizTalk

By Lex Hegt

May 30

Why did we build Windows NT Service Monitoring

This blog is a part of the series of blog articles we are publishing on the topic “Why we built XYZ feature in BizTalk360”. Read the main

By Lex Hegt

May 23

Why did we build Business Rules Composer?

This blog is a part of the series of blog articles we are publishing on the topic "Why we built XYZ feature in BizTalk360". Read the main article

By Lex Hegt

May 16

Why did we build dedicated dashboard pages for BizTalk and SQL Servers?

Why do we need this feature The BizTalk and SQL servers are the heart and the bones of a BizTalk environment. Where the SQL Servers take care of all the

By Lex Hegt

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