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BizTalk Server 2016

Performance Tuning and Optimization

  • Agustín Mántaras

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About this book

Introduction

Gain an in depth view of optimizing the performance of BizTalk Server. This book provides best practices and techniques for improving development of high mission critical solutions.  You'll see how the BizTalk Server engine works and how to proactively detect and remedy potential bottlenecks before they occur.

The book starts with an overview of the BizTalk Server internal mechanisms that will help you understand the optimizations detailed throughout the book and you'll then see how they can be applied to a BizTalk Server environment to improve low latency and high throughput scenarios. A section on testing BizTalk server solutions will guide you through the most frequently adopted techniques used to develop solutions such as performance and unit testing as part of the development cycle.

With BizTalk Server 2016 you'll see how to apply side-by-side versioning to your solutions to reduce the chances of downtime, You'll also review instrumentation techniques using Event Traces for windows and business activity monitoring (BAM). While the book is focused on the latest version of BizTalk Server, most of the topics discussed will also work with BizTalk Server 2013R2. 

Keywords

BizTalk Server performance BizTalk Server BizTalk debugging ETW troubleshooting BizTalk Server Advanced BizTalk Server Microsoft BizTalk server 2016

Authors and affiliations

  • Agustín Mántaras
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  1. 1.DubaiUnited Arab Emirates

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