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Jun 22

Sentinet – Service Virtualization Part 7 – BizTalk Server

In the previous blog post I demonstrated how I can secure my internal BizTalk services application with requirements for Federated Security based on SAML

By Steef-Jan Wiggers
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Jun 6

Sentinet – Service Virtualization Part 6 – BizTalk Server

In the previous post I have demonstrated how I can secure my internal BizTalk services application with X509 certificates security (that might represent a

By Steef-Jan Wiggers
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Apr 22

Sentinet – Service Virtualization Part 5 – BizTalk Server

In the previous post I have discussed the benefits of the service virtualization concept for BizTalk applications that have to provide many alternative

By Steef-Jan Wiggers
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Apr 9

Sentinet – Service Virtualization Part 4 – BizTalk Server

In the previous post I have discussed the protocol mediation between SOAP and REST services by the Sentinet product I also demonstrated how Sentinet provides

By Steef-Jan Wiggers
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Feb 5

Sentinet – Service Virtualization Part 3 – REST to SOAP

In the previous post I have demonstrated part of the Sentinet, its UX and the management side of it that shows how to build SOA solution using the concept of

By Steef-Jan Wiggers
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Dec 29

Sentinet – Service Virtualization Part 2

In my previous post I introduced the follow up of Microsoft Services Engine, Sentinet from Nevatech I discussed the deployment of Sentinet on a single machine,

By Steef-Jan Wiggers
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Dec 6

Sentinet – Service Virtualization Part 1

A team of Microsoft consultants developed Managed Services Engine(MSE) as an open source project a few years ago End of December 2009 it was the final CTP

By Steef-Jan Wiggers
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