“Microsoft Thursday released the beta of BizTalk Server 2010 and the release candidate of Windows Server AppFabric, two products that help developers produce scalable applications and services. These products form key elements of Redmond’s plans to enable cloud-like scale-out capabilities to privately hosted and deployed systems.”
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Source: Ars Technica
Earlier this month the Office 2010 beta became available to most people if they were interested in seeing what the new Office offers in the way of ribbons. Then Hotmail underwent an upgrade for many people, in part to allow people to use the new office to edit attachments in the cloud. Now they are releasing betas for professional IT gurus in the form of the BizTalk Server 2010 and Server AppFabric. BizTalk Server is an upgrade from the previous version, used to deal with database integration and backups. AppFabric is new, and is targeted at increasing the efficiency of .NET programs. Take a visit to Ars Technica to learn more about both of these beta software releases.