Popular Biztalk Books
Developing Application Integration Components in BizTalk Server
BizTalk 2010 : Line of Business System Integration
Microsoft BizTalk Server or simply "BizTalk" is an Inter-Organizational Middleware System IOMS  that enables companies to automate business processes, through the use of adapters which are tailored to communicate with different software systems used in an enterprise. Created by Microsoft , it provides enterprise application integration , business process automation , business-to-business communication, message broker and business activity monitoring. BizTalk Server was previously positioned as both an application server and an application integration server [ clarify ]. Microsoft changed this strategy when they released the AppFabric server which became their official application server. While there is discussion of the product direction of BizTalk, especially with cloud software becoming more common, Microsoft continues to support and update the product and offer coverage at their popular conferences such as Worldwide Partner Conference. The successor to BizTalk is on the product roadmap and slated for completion approximately 9 months following the general availability of Windows Server
Find a copy in the library
ProQuest Ebook Central. Total Boox.
Kent Weare , Richard Seroter. This book will be a tutorial that focuses on integrating BizTalk with Line of Business systems using practical scenarios. Each chapter will take a Line of Business Adapter, introduce some pre-requisite knowledge and demonstrate how you can integrate BizTalk with that Line of Business Adapter, and then provide guidance based upon real world experience, taking your BizTalk knowledge further. The book will take "perceived" daunting scenarios, like integrating with SAP, and provide readers with a clear tutorial that walks them through integrating Line of Business systems. If you are an experienced BizTalk developer who wants to integrate BizTalk with Line of Business systems using practical scenarios, then this book is for you.
There was not much documentation on integration with Dynamics for instance and most it was out dated. Currently there a couple of BizTalk books out there and all they focus mainly on out-of-box features and capabilities. None of them really talked about capabilities offered by BizTalk Adapter Pack that has been out there a couple years now. This book does deal with integration with a couple of these LOB systems. Besides that it shows how to integrate with SharePoint, and Dynamics two other Microsoft Products, which may seem that that easy to integrate with. I myself have bought the book and promoted it during a talk on Sales Force integration I gave to BizTalk Dutch User Group as it was a great resource for preparation and leveraging samples.