Securing Your BizTalk Server Deployment
The topics in this section provide the links about configuring firewall ports, Internet protocol security (IPSec), and secure sockets layer (SSL) security after you have installed and configured BizTalk.
For more information about how to implement SSL in a Web server, see https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=193059.
For more information about how to enable encryption between SQL Server and its clients such as processing servers and administration clients, see Transparent Data Encryption (TDE).
For more information about how to configure identity management for your on-premises servers, see Identity Manager.
In addition to the topics in this section, you should review the following information:
For conceptual information about planning and maintaining a secure deployment, see Planning for Security.
For information about configuring access for administrators and system users, see Managing BizTalk Server Security.
For more information about security features in BizTalk Server, see Secure and protect your BizTalk messages.
For more information about how to implement secure messages, see Implementing Message Security.
For more information about Windows groups and user accounts that BizTalk Server uses, see Windows Groups and User Accounts in BizTalk Server.
Additional Configuration Topics
Configuring BizTalk Server on an Azure VM
Configure BizTalk Server in a Cluster
Access Control and Data Security Minimum Security User Rights Planning for Security Designing the System Architectures for BizTalk Server