Location: Datacom Systems Limited, 210 Federal Street, Auckland CBD, Auckland, 1141. Parking on the street around Datacom. There is also pay parking in Hobson St parallel to the venue.
Presentation: BizTalk Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) is an often misunderstood and underutilized feature that comes as part of BizTalk. Ryan will go over the basics of BAM, its uses and capabilities, and show how you can use it to monitor, capture and analyse business data from your enterprise applications written in BizTalk, WCF, WF and other .NET solutions.
Presenter: Ryan CrawCour is a passionate, experienced, professional who has worked in the IT industry for over 14 years with over 8 years of Microsoft BizTalk Server experience, achieving solid experience in enterprise solutions, product development systems integration projects. He has a solid track record and history of managing and leading development teams to successful implementations throughout his varied career. Ryan is active on the Microsoft Speaker panel and presents regularly at a number of conferences around the world. His past speaking engagements include TechEd Africa, Microsoft Partner Summit and Microsoft DevDays. During previous appearances at TechEd, Ryan has not only led breakout sessions, but has participated in running Hands-on Labs, Chalk ‘n Talk interactive sessions, “Ask the Experts” and has appeared in a number of TechEd Online videos.
As a past member of the Microsoft BizTalk Virtual Technical Specialist team he has worked closely with Microsoft and their partners around the world to architect and deliver solutions within the integration space. A large focus has been on delivering SOA and ESB solutions on the Microsoft technology stack using products like Microsoft BizTalk Server, WCF and WF. Ryan is active in the community and presents regularly at a number of community user groups to help highlight new technologies and increase the awareness and understanding within the community of new ways to design and develop business solutions.
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