Introduction

Azure BizTalk Services (formerly called Azure Service Bus EAI and EDI Labs (beta version) and then Windows Azure BizTalk Services) provides integration capabilities for the Azure Platform to extend on-premises applications to the cloud, provides rich messaging endpoints on the cloud to process and transform the messages, and helps organizations integrate with disparate applications, both on cloud and on-premises. In other words, Service Bus EAI and EDI Labs provides common integration capabilities (e.g. bridges, transforms, B2B messaging) on Azure Service Bus.

The capabilities showcased in this release enable two key scenarios on Azure:
  • Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) which provide rich message processing capabilities and the ability to connect private cloud assets to the public cloud.
  • Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) targeted at business-to-business (B2B) scenarios in the form of a finished service built for trading partner management.

This page contains links to all the Azure BizTalk Services resources that are available on the TechNet Wiki.

If you are looking for product documentation, news and events, or a list of additional resources, please visit the following sites:

Common Across Versions

List of articles related with Azure BizTalk Services common across with all versions:

Azure BizTalk Services

The last update of Azure BizTalk Services is February 2014 Release.

List of articles related with Azure BizTalk Services:

April, 2012 Release

List of articles related with Azure Service Bus EAI & EDI Labs April Release:

December, 2011 Release

List of articles related with Azure Service Bus EAI & EDI Labs December Release

Forums

See also

Microsoft Azure Team Blog:

Other articles on TechNet Wiki about Microsoft Azure Service Bus:

Articles on TechNet Wiki about BizTalk Server: