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Microsoft has penetrated in banking sector and joined hands with the largest core banking software called Temenos, and tested its availability on SQL Server 2008 R2 so now you can run core banking software on SQL Server. Microsoft has tested theT24 environment with windows server with SQL Server 2008 R2 and done successfully this testing using 25 million accounts with 15 million customers over 2000 branches.
Microsoft team test results:
Task                     Average     SQL-T24
Funds transfers     500,000     697,920
Security trades     240,000     323,534



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A glance at the core BizTalk system components used by the Microsoft ESB Guidance.

Microsoft Enterprise Service Bus (EBS)

Microsoft Enterprise Service Bus (EBS)


Quick Links:

                    MSDN site: http://msdn.microsoft.com/esb

                    Community Extensions: http://codeplex.com/esb

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A great opportunity for Micro-softies coming up.

Aah I’d love to be tossing those tricky questions straight to the Gurus ;). Now that’s an entry my calendar cannot miss; wheres that .ics file?

All fellow coders I recommend that you shouldnt miss the continuation of the first MVP Live Chat! 

I am copy pasting the message below


Sent From: RyanOlshan
Subject: Don’t miss the continuation of the 1st MVP Live Chat!

Join the Strong Coders Community, Scott Guthrie, General Manager, Microsoft Developer Division, and Microsoft MVPs for the continuation of the 1st MVP Live Chat on Friday, February 16, 2007 from 8:00pm-9:00pm EST. Get your tough questions answered by experts. No question is too hard.

The chat will take place on MSDN Chats. See details below. Also, don’t forget to add the date to your calendar. See you there.


ICS: http://msdn.microsoft.com/chats/outlook_reminders/07_0216_MSDN_ASPNET.ics


Chit Chitty Chat Chatting!

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News for Architects

Microsoft’s Architecture Journal is from the architect community of Microsoft. The Journal is a platform for thought leadership on a wide range of subjects related to enterprise, infrastructure, and application architecture. You can sign up for your own free copy: https://www.msarchitecturejournal.com/default.aspx

After going through the articles the Architects would be in a better position to fill the gap between the structure of the business and the IT systems implemented to support them.

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