Introducing BizTalk Server, Host Integration Server and Commerce Server
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Published: 23 Apr 2007
Abstract
Microsoft has introduced a range of solutions for integrated and flexible business infrastructure. The three servers that are in discussion are BizTalk Server, Commerce Server and the Host Integration Server. This article discusses these three servers, their benefits and applicability in the world of distributed, scalable, flexible computing.
by Joydip Kanjilal
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Introduction                  

Microsoft has come up with a range of servers that are targeted at building "an integrated and flexible business infrastructure." This is simply an introductory article that targets at providing an overview of BizTalk Server, Commerce Server and the Host Integration Servers and their benefits and applicability in the world of distributed, scalable, flexible computing. There are a lot of features and benefits provided by each of these servers and if they are covered in their entirety, this article would run into a huge number of pages. Keeping this in mind, I have provided a briefing on the most important of these features so as to provide the reader a ready guide to the concepts, features and benefits of each of these servers.

The following sections discuss the Microsoft BizTalk, Host Integration and Commerce Servers, their applicability, features and benefits.


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