First podcast of 2021 and Danny’s already forgotten what shirt to wear! In this episode we’re discussing the topic of getting your integration solution migrated
In this session we go through a BizTalk application that includes the SFTP adapter. We run the migrator over it and demonstrate that the migration cannot be performed automatically. We then explain the approach to extending the migrator:
Add a new rule (a class containing logic for the migration).
Create a sample Logic Apps template.
Create a liquid template based on the Logic Apps template.
Update the configuration YAML to include the new templates.
In this webinar Andrew and Dan take you through the repos (repositories) that make up the open source project and explain what they do.
Here is the low-down of what we cover:
Description of the design intent.
The packages that make up the migrator and how they interact.
How the tool could be extended.
Where you’re likely to be making contributions to the Migrator.
We show you the repos in GitHub.
Demonstration of how to debug the Migrator in Visual Studio.
In this episode Andrew and Dan take you through the test scenarios that ship with the BizTalk Migrator and delve in more detail into the components that are actually generated by the migration tool.
Here is a slide of the components that are potentially generated by the BizTalk Migrator:
This shows that what gets generated is a palette of components that you can use to build just about any integration application in Azure.
Now we look at the components generated to deliver an XML messaging solution:
In this episode Andrew and Dan take you through the BizTalk Migrator from the very start.
We install the tooling directly from the Chocolatey website and use it to run a BizTalk Migration live on the webinar. We go through the commands you need to do a migration, what the report contains and what’s in it, and the generated content that you deploy to Azure.
After this Dan takes you through the BizTalk application as it appears in Azure, and walks you through running the app we’ve just converted and deployed.
Since its release 20 years ago – yes, the year 2000 really was that long ago – BizTalk has been Microsoft’s de facto standard for