This blog will show BizTalk Logic App Migration step by step. It is recommended if you are migrating BizTalk Server to BizTalk Azure Logic App, because BizTalk Azure doesn't support all BizTalk adapters. If you want all BizTalk adapters in BizTalk Azure there is no way around BizTalk Server installation.

BizTalk Server has been around for a long time and was initially released as BizTalk version 1.0 as early as October 18, 1998. BizTalk usually adopted the latest Microsoft technologies and BizTalk Server 2016 R2 is no exception to this rule with support for .NET 4.6 and Windows 2016 OS platform BizTalk servers are physically hosted on-premises servers which require hardware resources such as memory.

BizTalk Logic Apps are the new BizTalk in BizTalk 2019. Everything your BizTalk Server Orchestrations can do, BizTalk Azure Logic Apps can do too! Except it is much easier to develop and maintain. To get started with BizTalk 2019 you have to build a BizTalk Artifact first.

There are still BizTalk servers out there running on-premises because when they cannot migrate BizTalk to Azure they will need to run BizTalk somewhere. Logic Apps are the modern replacement for BizTalk ESB capabilities and Web Services Orchestrations. Logic apps allow you to use triggers (such as HTTP, Event Hub, Queue) combined with either code (C#) or integration services (reusable activities like HTTP communication orchestrations).  The major advantage of Logic Apps over Orchestrations is that it is much easier to create reusable catalog items.

Microsoft BizTalk Server has been providing B2B integration services for a long time, but BizTalk Azure is modernizing at a much slower pace than other technologies. This is a bit of a problem as Microsoft Azure now even has Linux boxes and those always come with an associated cost, regardless of platform. Logic Apps are B2C oriented. They are mostly for cloud solutions and help with connecting services together through trigger-action workflows without writing much code. Logic apps are tightly connected to Azure PaaS (Platform as a Service).

BizTalk Virtual Machine (VM) in BizTalk Azure is basically BizTalk on Azure. BizTalk was even the first BizTalk mentioned when BizTalk Azure announced. It would seem great if BizTalk on Linux machines had been announced, but sadly no. The explanation Microsoft gives for this is that it wants to make BizTalk a new development platform compatible with existing BizTalk Server.  It's mostly for Windows servers only. BizTalk Azure is BizTalk where you run BizTak on a Linux server in Azure Cloud. There are no migration tools, so you have to do it all by hand 100%.A company can create clusters by utilizing cloud computing from BizTalk Logic App Migration for much profound analysis of data.


Source URL;  https://www.dmsgroup.ca/2020/10/30/migrate-biztalk-applications-to-azure-using-the-azure-integration-migrator/

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This blog will show BizTalk Logic App Migration step by step. It is recommended if you are migrating BizTalk Server to BizTalk Azure Logic App, because BizTalk Azure doesn't support all BizTalk adapters. If you want all BizTalk adapters in BizTalk Azure there is no way around BizTalk Server installation.

BizTalk Server has been around for a long time and was initially released as BizTalk version 1.0 as early as October 18, 1998. BizTalk usually adopted the latest Microsoft technologies and BizTalk Server 2016 R2 is no exception to this rule with support for .NET 4.6 and Windows 2016 OS platform BizTalk servers are physically hosted on-premises servers which require hardware resources such as memory.

BizTalk Logic Apps are the new BizTalk in BizTalk 2019. Everything your BizTalk Server Orchestrations can do, BizTalk Azure Logic Apps can do too! Except it is much easier to develop and maintain. To get started with BizTalk 2019 you have to build a BizTalk Artifact first.

There are still BizTalk servers out there running on-premises because when they cannot migrate BizTalk to Azure they will need to run BizTalk somewhere. Logic Apps are the modern replacement for BizTalk ESB capabilities and Web Services Orchestrations. Logic apps allow you to use triggers (such as HTTP, Event Hub, Queue) combined with either code (C#) or integration services (reusable activities like HTTP communication orchestrations). The major advantage of Logic Apps over Orchestrations is that it is much easier to create reusable catalog items.

Microsoft BizTalk Server has been providing B2B integration services for a long time, but BizTalk Azure is modernizing at a much slower pace than other technologies. This is a bit of a problem as Microsoft Azure now even has Linux boxes and those always come with an associated cost, regardless of platform. Logic Apps are B2C oriented. They are mostly for cloud solutions and help with connecting services together through trigger-action workflows without writing much code. Logic apps are tightly connected to Azure PaaS (Platform as a Service).

BizTalk Virtual Machine (VM) in BizTalk Azure is basically BizTalk on Azure. BizTalk was even the first BizTalk mentioned when BizTalk Azure announced. It would seem great if BizTalk on Linux machines had been announced, but sadly no. The explanation Microsoft gives for this is that it wants to make BizTalk a new development platform compatible with existing BizTalk Server. It's mostly for Windows servers only. BizTalk Azure is BizTalk where you run BizTak on a Linux server in Azure Cloud. There are no migration tools, so you have to do it all by hand 100%.A company can create clusters by utilizing cloud computing from BizTalk Logic App Migration for much profound analysis of data.


Source URL; https://www.dmsgroup.ca/2020/10/30/migrate-biztalk-applications-to-azure-using-the-azure-integration-migrator/

https://www.flokii.com/businesses/view/64294/dms-group

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