Monitor Host Instances in Clustered/High availability environment A BizTalk Server Host is a logical container that contains the BizTalk Server runtime
BizTalk360 is a single platform to have total control over your BizTalk environment. It has the three main modules namely Operations, Monitoring and Analytics.
We are super excited to announce the immediate availability of BizTalk360 version 6.5. We are keeping the same release cadence with a release every 4-5 months
One of our potential prospect (a big Aircraft manufacturer) is evaluating BizTalk360 for their BizTalk Server monitoring requirements. We been working with
When we discuss about high availability scenario, we typically think about windows failover clustering. In a BizTalk world we commonly use failover clustering
We need to admit this is one of the thing we didn't pay enough attention in the previous versions of BizTalk 360. Until last week when one of our potential
Today lets take a look at what BizTalk Host Dashboard provides in BizTalk360. The below picture shows the screen shot of BizTalk Host Dashboard. and the
Today lets take a look at what BizTalk Server dashboard provides in BizTalk360. The picture below shows the BizTalk Dashboard of BizTalk360: It displays
Multiple Isolated Host (Host Instances) – Multiple Virtual directories – different adapters, what are the rules?
If your BizTalk solution is mainly relying on HTTP/SOAP adapter (we are still in BTS 2006 - no WCF yet), you'll soon see weird errors popping up due to BizTalk
When you install 64 bit version of BizTalk sever, the application installation folder will have 2 BizTalk configuration files. 1. BtsNTSvc.exe.config,