BizTalk Server 2020 unwrapped

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After 6 month of total radio silence concerning the next release of Microsoft BizTalk Server (being announced in June of 2019 at Integrate London), I suddenly learned that the next version (BizTalk Server 2020) had been released on January 15th 2020.

Having waited a long time for this day, primarily because of the platform lift (the use of Visual Studio 2019, Windows Server 2019 and SQL Server 2019) and getting all of the previous Feature Pack features from BizTalk 2016 into the Standard Edition (most of my customers do not use Enterprise edition), I created an Azure Virtual Machine with a pre-installed Windows Server 2019 and SQL Server 2019, and sat out to get the new BizTalk Server up and running.

The following is a short walk through of what I did and some of my findings.

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Author: Coen (Colin) Dijkgraaf

A Integration Consultant for Datacom in Auckland, New Zealand, working mainly with BizTalk and Azure. You can follow me on Twitter, StackOverflow and WordPress

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