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In case you've missed it, there's a been a raft of BizTalk vNext announcements recently. In my last post I referred to BizTalk 2006 R3. Well, turns out R3 is dead. Long live BizTalk Server 2009.

The BizTalk team have now published a very clear Roadmap which talks about where we were, where we are and where we are going. I was particularly interested to note this in the BizTalk Server and "Oslo" and .NET:

"In response to customer feedback, we are committed to continued support for BizTalk Server’s XLANG orchestration technology - the existing BizTalk orchestration engine. Additional support for WF will be prioritized for the coming releases based upon customer demand and scenarios".

Steven Martin has a good post: BizTalk Server 2009 in which he says we're still on track for a first half of Calendar Year 2009 for the BTS 2009 release.

He also linked to a PressPass interview with Oliver Sharp who's the general manager of BizTalk Server: Q&A: What’s Next for BizTalk Server.

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Josh Post By Josh Twist
12:29 PM
07 Sep 2008

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