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 #1  
04-15-10, 03:40 AM
Troubled WMP User
Hello there:

I am looking to architect a solution for store-home office integration using
BizTalk Server for a retail organization who runs 1000+ stores. We are
looking for both synch and asynch communication. The other consideration is
putting msmq on the stores to handle the asynch situations when connectivity
to home office is down. The issue with this arrangement is polling/listening
to 1000+ queues at home office. We can't deploy BizTalk to 1000+ locations
($$$$).

I am looking for some best practice or pattern to use here. I will
appreciate any help.

Thanks

Maam
 #2  
04-17-10, 02:09 PM
dgrospelier
Hi,

I'm sure BizTalk can handle 1000+ queues at the same time. The queues
are local queues for your home office BizTalk server and for your
stores, you use the MSMQ client to handle the connectivity to the home
office queue.
About the deployment of BizTalk in your 1000+ stores, you have a
specific BizTalk edition (named Branch Editions) which is made for
subsidiaries which talks to a BizTalk Enterprise Edition (you home
office server). In this case, you can use the BizTalk instance for
local flows in the store (exchanges with local partners for example,
or between local applications) and use this BizTalk instance to talk
to you home office BizTalk server. The price of this edition is about
1800 $.



On Apr 15, 5:40 am, Troubled WMP User
<TroubledWMPU> wrote:
[..]
 #3  
04-17-10, 02:10 PM
dgrospelier
Hi,
I'm sure BizTalk can handle 1000+ queues at the same time. The queues
are local queues for your home office BizTalk server and for your
stores, you use the MSMQ client to handle the connectivity to the
home
office queue.
About the deployment of BizTalk in your 1000+ stores, you have a
specific BizTalk edition (named Branch Editions) which is made for
subsidiaries which talks to a BizTalk Enterprise Edition (you home
office server). In this case, you can use the BizTalk instance for
local flows in the store (exchanges with local partners for example,
or between local applications) and use this BizTalk instance to talk
to you home office BizTalk server. The price of this edition is about
1800 $.

David Grospelier
dgr
@dgrospelier
blog.noveli.fr

On Apr 15, 5:40 am, Troubled WMP User
<TroubledWMPU> wrote:
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 #4  
05-05-10, 05:08 PM
Mohan Aryal
You can handle synchronous/asynchronous communication in BizTalk, no worries
at all.. While doing Architect, just think about the capabilities of BizTalk,
it has support to many adapters to deal with many heterogeneous systems
(SOAP, HTTP,MSMQ, FILE) etc. But it is up to you to choose right adapters
for right place.

Even single BizTalk easily handles many concurrent requests if you
architect/design BIzTalk with correct patterns. You could even have a look on
this for BizTalk Server 2009 - Architecture Options:
http://geekswithblogs.net/StuartBrie...e-options.aspx

Thanks,
Mohan Aryal
mohanaryal

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