BizTalk Server 2009 Released by Microsoft
Article by George Norman
On 28 Apr 2009
Redmond-based software developer Microsoft has announced the release of BizTalk Server 2009 to MSDN customers now, with general availability planned for the 1st of May. With BizTalk Server 2009 Microsoft marks the 6th release of this enterprise integration and connectivity server solution that is used by Global 100 customers in order to integrate systems and automate processes. With BizTalk Server 2009 Microsoft aims at offering enhanced end-to-end enterprise connectivity, a more efficient means of integrating disparate systems and a faster way of exchanging data across multiple platforms – which would naturally result in high efficiency at low costs.

General Manager of Microsoft SQL Server and BizTalk Server with Microsoft, Dan Neault comments: “In today’s economy, it is more important than ever for Microsoft to deliver innovation that drives immediate customer value. With BizTalk Server 2009, Microsoft has delivered an enterprise-ready scalable platform that enables our customers across the globe to more efficiently connect processes, systems and data, which is critical to reducing costs and enabling informed business decisions across their organizations.”

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Here are the new features and enhancements you can expect to get with BizTalk Server 2009:
- Simple, cost-effective service-oriented architecture (SOA) connectivity
- Better visibility into data and activities
- Virtualization benefits
- RFID solutions
- Simpler Application Lifecycle Management (ALM)
- 4 BizTalk Server 2009 editions: Enterprise, Standard, Branch and Developer
- Support for 9 languages: Chinese simplified, Chinese traditional, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.
- No price increase over previous versions.

Chris Lavoie is the Application Development Manager of Enterasys Networks Inc and this is what he has to say about BizTalk Server: “We’ve been using Microsoft BizTalk Server products for years as the backbone for our electronic data interchange and order processing mechanism and more recently for our extranet account management process, and we continue to believe BizTalk Server is the best solution for our needs. We’re looking forward to upgrading our systems to BizTalk Server 2009 to take advantage of the improvements in this latest release such as enhanced business activity monitoring and tighter integration with the Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework, which will help to reduce our implementation and maintenance costs.”



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