Expand BizTalk Server Administration, the BizTalk group, and then Applications in the console tree. Start or stop the BizTalk application by right-clicking it and selecting Start or Stop. Select the options you want to start or stop, then click Start or Stop.
Biztalk allows applications to communicate with one another. It's used to exchange data or events across applications or systems that need to collaborate in a business process. It allows you to map the inputs and outputs of various systems, such as when they use distinct protocols or formats.
BizTalk Server 2020 is Microsoft's promise to existing and prospective BizTalk Server customers that the product would be serviced until 2030.
Open BizTalk Server Administration, expand the BizTalk group, click Platform Settings, and then select Host Instances from the console tree. Right-click the host instance you want to stop in the details pane, then click Stop.
Jitterbit has supplanted Biztalk as the preferred integration tool for connecting Microsoft applications to other enterprise software.