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Enterprise Service Bus with BizTalk Server and Windows Azure : Mapping the Microsoft Platform to the Enterprise Service Bus Pattern

3/18/2011 5:54:23 PM
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The ESB is represented as a compound pattern comprised of a series of core and optional patterns that co-exist to establish an environment with a specific feature-set. Figure 1 shows the pattern hierarchy that comprises Enterprise Service Bus .
Figure 1. The Enterprise Service Bus compound pattern. The patterns connected with dashed lines represent optional extensions to the core model.

One of the most common questions that arise when exploring Enterprise Service Bus patterns in relation to Microsoft platform technologies is whether BizTalk Server itself is a fully functional ESB.

The answer to this depends on the definition of “fully-functional.” As shown in Table 1, when we take a look at the individual feature-sets represented by the patterns that make up Enterprise Service Bus, we can identify several dynamic runtime capabilities that can be provided by Microsoft platform technologies beyond BizTalk Server.

Table 1. Support for patterns mapped to different parts of the Microsoft technology platform. (1 = Native and configuration-only support, 2 = Can be created, 3 = Not applicable or not supported.)
Enterprise Service Bus  PatternBizTalk Server + ESB ToolkitWindows Azure PlatformWindows Azure Platform Service Bus.NET 4.0
Asynchronous Queuing1131 (if using MSMQ)

or

2 (if other)
Intermediate Routing1211
Reliable Messaging1221 (WS-Reliable Messaging or MSMQ)
Policy Centralization1232
Event-Driven Messaging1212
Rules Centralization1232
Data Model Transformation1232
Data Format Transformation1332
Protocol Bridging1231(bridging between WCF bindings)

What BizTalk Server and the ESB Toolkit establishes is a series of building blocks that, when combined with other parts of the Microsoft technology stack (and some diligent design effort), can result in a middle-tier technology architecture representative of a full-featured ESB.

Note

Coverage of the individual technology architecture and infrastructure components that relate to the individual Enterprise Service Bus patterns is provided in the book Modern SOA Infrastructure, as part of the Prentice Hall Service-Oriented Computing Series from Thomas Erl.

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