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Thursday, June 04, 2009

Dynamics AX 2009 - One year since release

Well it's hard to believe, but Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 has now been offically released for one year.

Here is the post I did on it's release date:
Dynamics AX 2009 - Released

Now we have SP1 out for Dynamics AX 2009, SP2 on the way and looking toward AX 6.0 and what will be new and improved in that.

Dynamcis AX 2009 brought more of Microsoft's product stack into the mix, or at least more tightly integrated. With it we gain the use of SQL Server 2008, Windows Workflow, Calling Windows Communication services and web services native through the AOT references. BI got a big jump in this release, with SSRS becoming even more the report standard, and OLAP usage and ability was increased.

Also Dynamics AX 2009 has brought a new information worker user experience with the use of Role Center, which happens to make use of the Enterprise Portal Framework.

Going back to the BI, this is really a great area of improvement, again with SSRS with now you can take Visual Studio 2008, .Net 3.5 and a new VS Project Template for Dynamics for Reporting and create, deploy and add to the AOT SSRS reports with.

The performance of the AOS, for scaling, RAM usage, etc. was increased. The Batch framework was changed so batch jobs could be processed using a AOS server to execute as a service, vs. using a client lic and session to do so.

All in all there were several improvements that came with Dynamics AX 2009, and now with a year of it being released, we can start to look for a lot more value added improvements for it in SP2 and also in the next release.

So happy Birthday Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009! Here's to the future!

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Blogger Unknown said...

When will SP2 be released?

/Jonas Bergman

2:09 AM  
Blogger Dick de Jong said...

you're suggesting ;) that you have some indication that sp2 is coming soon (looks like). Any more info?

8:42 AM  
Blogger Dick de Jong said...

when is sp2 coming ?

8:45 AM  

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