Windows Azure and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Better Together, Part Two: Routing Orders to Many Partners

After a long break it's time for the next part of this series on connecting Dynamics CRM with Windows Azure. In the last article I presented the "brokered" messaging pattern.  Now I'd like to show you a somewhat more advanced messaging pattern; but let's start with the business problem.

Business Problem

Our favourite company XYZ is still using Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, but now they have acquired another company that has Dynamics CRM 2011 on-premise.  They also have more business partners who can fulfil their orders.  XYZ wants still leverage Windows Azure as it's already been proven for providing secure and reliable cross-boundary communication.


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About Sebastian Waksmundzki

Sebastian Waksmundzki is a Microsoft Dynamics CRM solution architect. He is  strongly involved in .net, Azure, and XRM projects and simply loves his job.

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