BizTalk Server 2020: What's New, and Installation
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This release builds on the world's leading integration broker with full support of new features introduced in the BizTalk 2016 Feature Packs, updated platform support, and new features. Support for the latest Microsoft platform makes this the safest BizTalk Server release, and enables a seamless hybrid integration. Several features in this release are running successfully in production environments with enterprise customers.
Traditionally, integration has been either on-premises system-to-system EAI (Enterprise Application Integration), or business-to-business (B2B). Many companies want to integrate with systems beyond the corporate firewall. These systems are often SaaS-based, API-centric providers handling everything from sales leads to invoicing, email, and social media. Microsoft BizTalk Server 2020 allows customers to integrate disparate applications and heterogeneous data to deliver a variety of solutions, including payment processing, supply chain management, business-to-business EDI, real-time decision making, and reporting. This release allows customers to achieve true hybrid connectivity by connecting on-premises systems to SaaS applications through Azure connectivity.
Starting with this release, BizTalk Server aims for a more open and collaborative story.
In this section, we focus on the specific documentation for BizTalk Server 2020, including what's changed, and the installation:
- What's New
- Hardware and Software Requirements
- Set up and install prerequisites
- Install BizTalk Server
- Upgrade BizTalk Server
- Download Licensing Datasheet
- BizTalk Server VM Images on Azure Marketplace
To read about XSLT3.0 support, Blob adapter, auditing BizTalk management operations, read only operator role, and more, then see the BizTalk Server core documentation.
To configure BizTalk Server, see Configure BizTalk Server.