Microsoft BizTalk Server is a system used for Business Process Management and Enterprise Application Integration. As the name suggests, it is an inter-organizational middleware system that allows communication between applications and enables companies to automate business processes. It allows diverse software to connect and then graphically creates and modifies process logic that uses that software. BizTalk Server also enables information workers to monitor running processes, interact with trading partners, and perform other business-oriented tasks.

Key new features in the BizTalk Server:

  • Better support for deploying, monitoring & managing applications.

  • Significantly simpler installation.

  • Improved capabilities for Business Activity Monitoring (BAM).

  • The BizTalk Server includes Business Activity Monitoring, which information workers use to monitor a running business process. The information is displayed in business rather than technical terms, and business users determine what information is displayed.

  • Minimum software tools required to set up a BizTalk environment. Although adding more development tools will be helpful for developing BizTalk applications and artifacts.

How BizTalk works?

BizTalk is built on the .NET Framework, while the developer tools are hosted in Microsoft Visual Studio. For storage, the system uses the SQL Server and the latest releases of other Microsoft technologies.

Below figure shows the system’s major components:


  • A messaging component that provides the ability to communicate with a range of other software. The engine can support a variety of protocols and data formats, including Web services and many others.

  • The Orchestrations (support for creating and running graphically-defined processes) that are built on top of the engine’s messaging components, implement the logic that drives all or part of a business process.

Connecting the applications together is very important in a business/organization. The above figure shows a simple business-to-business integration. In this case, the purchasing organization at the top of the figure runs a BizTalk Server orchestration that interacts with two supplier organizations. Supplier A uses BizTalk and Supplier B uses another integration platform.

Combining different systems into effective business processes is a challenging problem.Here at SolCen, we use Microsoft BizTalk Server 2013 R2 version as it provides a solution that allows organizations to connect disparate systems in an easy way and optimizes the business process. We have a highly-skilled BizTalk team to handle the integration process and many other tools and technologies are used along with this system. Working with all these technologies is what makes us innovative, productive and efficient in providing our various services.




I am Bhagyashree working as Technical Consultant”, I have 1.7 year of experience at Solcen. I like to learn new technologies and experiment new things in real working environment . My hobbies are drawing, dancing, reading novels. 

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