Integration Hashtags


With the recent name change from Windows Azure to Microsoft Azure, the old WABS (Windows Azure BizTalk Services) hashtag has become obsolete. It was a risky hashtag to view at times anyway, given some of the dodgy meanings for “WABS” particularly in my neck of the woods – but that’s another story!

So far I haven’t seen a consistent replacement for the WABS hashtag being used, which got me thinking about the other hashtags we use in the integration space.

It would be really nice to have a definitive list of those hashtags to keep things relatively consistent when tweeting about integration technologies.

I’ve kicked this off below and created a poll for the ones there is some uncertainty around.

Please send me any alternatives or any I’ve missed and I’ll them to the list. In a weeks’ time after the polls close I’ll re-publish the list here.

  • #MSBTS – BizTalk Server
  • #Integration – Generic Integration
  • #Azure – Microsoft Azure
  • #ServiceBus – Microsoft Azure Service Bus
  • #Cloud – Generic Cloud
  • #WCF – Windows Communication Foundation
  • #AppFabric – Microsoft AppFabric for Windows Server
  • #SSIS – SQL Server Integration Services

Update:

Here is an updated list of suggested integration hashtags to use:

  • #MSBTS – BizTalk Server
  • #MABS – Microsoft Azure BizTalk Services
  • #ESBT – BizTalk ESB Toolkit
  • #Integration – Generic Integration
  • #Azure – Microsoft Azure
  • #ServiceBus – Microsoft Azure Service Bus
  • #Cloud – Generic Cloud
  • #WCF – Windows Communication Foundation
  • #AppFabric – Microsoft AppFabric for Windows Server
  • #SSIS – SQL Server Integration Services
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