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1 BizTalk Server 2002 Architecture and Functional Overview Mike Cramer Principal Technology Specialist BSG – New England

2 Agenda BizTalk Server 2000 Overview BizTalk Server 2000 Overview BizTalk Server 2002 Release Themes BizTalk Server 2002 Release Themes BTS 2002 Functional Overview BTS 2002 Functional Overview Q&A Q&A

3 Roadmap BizTalk Server 2000 BizTalk Server 2000  Released December 2000 BizTalk Server 2002 BizTalk Server 2002  Code name “Bizet”  Enterprise Edition  Most commonly requested features in Enterprise customer base  Currently in Beta

4 BTS 2002: Functional Overview Target Enterprise Operational areas Target Enterprise Operational areas  Deployment  Intra-Company  Inter-Company  Monitoring  Management Tools and “Add-On” Features Tools and “Add-On” Features  EDI Enhancements  XML Tools Enhancements  Orchestration Enhancements  Documentation/High-End Samples

5 Deployment Scenarios Intra-Company Deployment: Intra-Company Deployment:  How can operations managers move BizTalk Server solutions from one environment to another (e.g. dev  test  staging  production)?  How can operations managers deploy BizTalk Server solutions between machines in a server farm? Inter Company Deployment: Inter Company Deployment:  How can an enterprise hub help its trading partners connect without incurring costs associated with technical hand-holding?

6 Deployment Requirements Encapsulate a BizTalk Application Encapsulate a BizTalk Application Simple and intuitive experience Simple and intuitive experience Facilitate deployment across clusters/firewalls Facilitate deployment across clusters/firewalls Staging : Development to Test to Staging to Production Staging : Development to Test to Staging to Production  Deploy Now  Scheduled replication Automatically within a cluster Automatically within a cluster

7 Production Server Farm Intra-Company Deployment Firewall Development/Staging Environment

8 Intra-Company Deployment Solution based on Application Center Solution based on Application Center BizTalk driver for Application Center: BizTalk driver for Application Center:  Enumerates configuration artifacts hierarchically  Messaging ports, distribution lists, custom counters, receive functions (channel, docdefs, maps, envelopes, etc… Native Application Center drivers: Native Application Center drivers:  File System: Orchestration schedule files.  COM+: COM+ apps.  Web sites.

9 Inter-Company Deployment Goal: Rapidly create B2B relationships Goal: Rapidly create B2B relationships Scenario Scenario  Typical Hub-Spoke model  IT Dept woes  Ensuring data from client is in order  Client Configuration debugging  Connectivity testing SEED Tools – Super Effective and Efficient Deployment SEED Tools – Super Effective and Efficient Deployment

10 SEED Methodology Hub Tasks Hub Tasks  Create SEED packages  Establish Testing Service (BTS in the sky) Spoke Tasks Spoke Tasks  Download SEED  Run client tools  Perform  Self Test – Local Loopback  Remote Loopback Request to do Business Request to do Business IT Manager approval IT Manager approval

11 1. Package the configuration items 2. Spoke reads the package 3. Spoke configures itself 4. Local testing on spoke 5. Remote testing with Hub 6. Done Inter-Company Deployment SEED™ 1. Package the configuration itemsHub Spoke 2. Spoke reads the package 6. Done 3. Spoke configures itself 4. Local testing on spoke 5. Remote testing with Hub

12 Monitoring: Customer Feedback Target Users Target Users  IT operations  Business User We need: We need:  Richer, user defined, events and counters.  Guidance on interpreting NT Events  More powerful alerts and notifications.  Orchestration related performance counters.

13 Monitoring/Tracking Solution will be based on Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) Solution will be based on Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) Features Features  Health Monitoring across server farms  User definable monitoring, alerts, and notification  Better problem resolution support  Event consolidation and alert/notification throttling

14 New Tracking/Monitoring Features Custom Counters Custom Counters Richer Suspended Queue Event Richer Suspended Queue Event MOM Management Pack MOM Management Pack  NT Event rules and KB  Alerting and Notification New Orchestration performance counters New Orchestration performance counters

15 Custom Counters Need to monitor, alert, and notify based on richer set of document processing info. Need to monitor, alert, and notify based on richer set of document processing info. Example: Example:  Important Customer: NorthWind  If the orders per day from my fulfillment organization to NorthWind drop below 100, raise an alert in MOM and notify me via .

16 DTA WMI BTS Messaging MOM InboundInterchangeOutboundInterchange BTM ScriptCreateCustomCounter Counter RulesAlertsNotifications

17 Custom Counters (cont.) Custom Counter Properties Custom Counter Properties  Counter (WMI class instance) name  Source Organization  Source Qualifier  Source Value  Destination Organization  Destination Qualifier  Destination Value  Document Type  Time Interval  BTS Group Name

18 Suspended Queue Event Additional Properties Additional Properties  Document Source  Document Destination  Document Type  Processing Stage (e.g., parsing, transform, Transport  Channel & Port IDs User created MOM rules consume, filter, alert, and notify. User created MOM rules consume, filter, alert, and notify. Will ship sample MOM rules. Will ship sample MOM rules.

19 NT Events BTS 2000: single event ID BTS 2000: single event ID Bizet: unique event IDs in description Bizet: unique event IDs in description MOM Rules and KB for consuming and responding to NT Events MOM Rules and KB for consuming and responding to NT Events Rules are language neutral Rules are language neutral

20 MOM MOM management pack MOM management pack  Basic providers and rules  Knowledge base, local and MS.com links  NT Events  Custom counters  Suspended queue event enhancements  Performance Counters (includes new XLANG)  Samples  Globalization/localization

21 EDI Enhancements Outbound batching-Functional Acknowledgements of EDI Documents Outbound batching-Functional Acknowledgements of EDI Documents EDI Parser Enhancements EDI Parser Enhancements All versions, all schemas, Industry specific subsets – Partnership with 3’rd party All versions, all schemas, Industry specific subsets – Partnership with 3’rd party

22 BizTalk XML Tools Standards support Standards support  Export XSD schemas  Upgrade DTD Import module  Jscript in functoids Map grid scalability Map grid scalability Instance based map testing Instance based map testing

23 Orchestration Schedule Instance based Correlation Schedule Instance based Correlation  Avoid per-schedule instance queues  Samples Schedule Instance Pooling Schedule Instance Pooling Exception Handling Exception Handling DB Maintenance scripts DB Maintenance scripts

24 Documentation Documentation Documentation  More of “why”, rather than “how”  Scenario based concept section  Integrating documentation with samples White Papers White Papers  Dynamic ports and how to use them  BizTalk for EAI  Commerce Server and BizTalk integration paper  Native XDR Schemas and BTS High-End Samples High-End Samples  25 applications

25 Summary Targets deployment, management, monitoring and commonly requested features Targets deployment, management, monitoring and commonly requested features Due for release in Q4 CY 2001 Due for release in Q4 CY 2001


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