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Middleware Messaging Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018

Winter Green Research
Published Date » 2012-09-05
No. Of Pages » 503

WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Mission Critical Middleware Messaging: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018. The 2012 study has 503 pages, 192 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as middleware messaging becomes the foundation for cloud computing and enterprise participation in mobile markets.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the WinterGreen Research team that prepared the middleware messaging market research study, “Cloud and collaboration are great areas providing significant growth for middleware messaging markets. WinterGreen Research is seeing leading vendors including IBM planning emphasis in product development around mobile. IBM is building on the MQTT (Telemetry) work which portends to provide significant competitive advantage to users who buy the IBM product as they position to leverage the further evolution of modern virtualized computing systems.”

Mission critical messaging provides cross platform, cross application support for once and only once delivery of packets of information of files across the network. It is supporting enterprise response to business change. By providing a foundation base for services oriented architecture (SOA), mission critical messaging enables the distributed, globally integrated enterprise. Decoupled message transport is a significant aspect of modernized IT. It is the base for Cloud, SOA, collaboration tools, and virtualized IT.

IBM WebSphereMQ is a defacto industry mission critical messaging standard. It is used quadrillions of times per day worldwide to transport messages between applications. IBM WebSphereMQ is used as a wrapper for other HTTPS, JMS, and SOAP application messaging. It is used to achieve FTP transport.

Mission critical messaging represents a major aspect of IT as data processing moves away from a stack and into an SOA ESB services cloud computing environment that relies on transport. The value of mission critical messaging for SOA is that it leverages a services bus ESB computing environment. Cloud computing is creating new economies of scale for virtualized IT. Data centers are moving away from siloed applications and batch processing to real time systems.

As real time systems are implemented in the cloud, what were scale out distributed server farms for each separate application is giving way to virtualized systems that run simultaneously on one platform. IBM WebSphereMQ becomes a significant aspect of virtualization because it is so good at managing decoupled messages.

An application server stack is not as flexible as the decoupled mission critical message structure. As SOA and cloud take hold, the value of the robust highly evolved defacto industry standard WebSphereMQ becomes apparent.

Open systems products and competitive products do not have the market penetration of WebSphere MQ and SOAP, JMS, MSMQ, and Sonic MQ. Vendor messaging systems are among products that are managed with IBM WebSphere MQ wrappers. Messaging systems have decoupling functions evolved for application to application message transfer. Vendors and open systems are positioned to compete effectively in the mission critical messaging market by leveraging once and only once delivery using wrapper technology.

Mature transport technologies have a strong customer base that supports and funds product enhancements. FTP transport for files is a significant addition to the IBM WebSphere MQ brand. The transport technologies SOAP and JMS among others are generally utilized as modules that are wrapped in the mature IBM WebSphereMQ transport layer to achieve mission critical functionality.

This study illustrates the mission critical middleware messaging market driving forces. It describes the principal competitive factors that impact the success of mission critical messaging solutions. Market pitfalls and market opportunities are addressed in the comprehensive market study that lays out strategy considerations in considerable detail: Markets at $8.7 billion in 2011 are anticipated to reach $26.1 billion by 2018.
Table of Content

MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Mission Critical Decoupled Messaging is the Base for Cloud
Computing and Collaboration
Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares
Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts

1. MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET DEFINITION
1.1 Private Cloud Computing Model
1.1.1 IBM WebSphere SOA Open Systems Cloud Foundation
1.1.2 IBM SOA Foundation
1.2 Mission Critical Messaging Products
1.2.1 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging
1.3 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)
1.4 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Secure Application Integration
1.4.1 IBM WebSphere MQ
1.5 OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture
1.5.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication
1.6 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Open Connectivity
1.6.1 Messaging Solutions
1.7 Message Trends
1.8 Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics
1.9 SOA Governance Lifecycle
1.9.1 Cloud Model For Consuming And Delivering Business And IT Services
1.9.2 IBM Cloud Computing
1.9.3 IBM Cloud Business Model
1.9.4 Microsoft Cloud Business Model: Private Cloud – Unlimited Virtualization Rights
1.9.5 Comcast Expands Commercial Play With Cloud-Based VoIP, UC offering

2. MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
2.1 Mission Critical Decoupled Messaging is the Base for Cloud Computing and Collaboration
2.2 Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares
2.2.1 IBM WebSphere MQ
2.2.2 .NET MSMQ from Microsoft
2.2.3 Tibco Transport Layer
2.3 Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Dollar Shipments Analysis
2.3.2 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments
2.3.1 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Installed Units
2.3.2 SOA Integration Of E-Business
2.3.3 Market Driving Forces For Real Time Exchange of Information
2.3.4 Mission Critical Messaging Growth Factors
2.3.5 Backbone Connectivity Across All Platforms with Open Systems
2.3.6 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments
2.3.7 Worldwide Backbone Connectivity
2.3.8 Distributed Messaging Markets
2.3.9 Database Messaging Market Forecasts
2.3.10 IBM DB2R Integrates With IBM MQ Messaging For Database Applications
2.3.11 Software AG Database Products Integrated With Tibco
2.3.12 NET Microsoft Web Services
2.3.13 Publish Subscribe Messaging Forecasts
2.3.14 JMS Messaging
2.3.15 SCADA Messaging
2.3.16 Open Systems Backbone Connectivity Across Platforms / Messaging Integrated Across Microsoft
2.4 Mission Critical Messaging Regional Analysis

3. MIDDLEWARE MESSAGING PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 IBM Middleware Messaging Foundation Technology for Cloud and Collaboration
3.1.1 IBM WebSphere MQ Messaging Backbone Foundation For SOA Connectivity
3.1.2 IBM WebSphere MQ
3.1.3 IBM WebSphere MQ
3.1.4 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Functions
3.1.5 IBM WebSphere MQ
3.1.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Capabilities
3.1.7 IBM WebSphere MQ Support For Growth
3.1.8 IBM WebSphere MQ Reliable File Transfer
3.1.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration File Transfer Business Value
3.1.10 IBM WebSphere MQ Clustering
3.1.11 IBM WebSphere MQ Hardware Cluster May Be Set Up In An Active-Passive Mode Or An Active-Active Mode
3.1.12 IBM WebSphere MQ Supports Clustering Through Split Cluster Transmit Queues
3.1.13 IBM WebSphere MQ End-To-End Security
3.1.14 IBM WebSphere MQ Supports Enhanced Security
3.1.15 IBM WebSphere Application Server
3.1.16 IBM SOA WebSphere Extended Deployment
3.1.17 IBM WebSphere MQ
3.1.18 IBM WebSphere MQ Time-Independent Processing
3.1.19 IBM WebSphere MQ Performance and Scalability
3.1.20 IBM WebSphere Open Systems Foundation for Cloud Computing
3.1.21 IBM SOA Foundation
3.1.22 IBM SOA Components Provide Self-Contained Modules Of Basic Functionality
3.1.23 IBM SOA As Mechanism For Defining Business Services
3.1.24 IBM SOA Governance Lifecycle
3.1.25 IBM Patterns For E-Business
3.1.26 IBM WebSphere SOA and Enterprise Service Bus V6.0.2 Foundation Platform For Cloud Computing
3.1.27 IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus
3.2 Tibco Middleware Messaging
3.2.1 Tibco Messaging
3.2.2 Tibco Mission Critical Messaging Solutions
3.2.3 Tibco Messaging Backbone
3.2.4 Tibco Rendezvous® Messaging Software
3.2.5 Tibco Enterprise Message Service
3.2.6 Tibco Messaging Appliance P-7500
3.2.7 Tibco FTL
3.2.8 Tibco ActiveMatrix
3.2.9 TIBCO ActiveMatrix Service Performance Manager
3.2.10 Tibco ActiveMatrix Policy Manager
3.2.11 Tibco Active Matrix Service Grid
3.2.12 TIBCO ActiveMatrix SOA BusinessWorks
3.2.13 TIBCO ActiveMatrix Service Bus
3.2.14 Tibco Lifecycle Governance Framework
3.2.15 Tibco SOA Mainframe Integration
3.3 FioranoMQ
3.3.1 Fiorano SOA Platform
3.3.2 Fiorano Enterprise Services Bus (Fiorano ESB™)
3.3.3 Fiorano Enterprise Service Bus -- Enabling Standards-Based Integration
3.3.4 FioranoMQ®
3.3.5 FioranoMQ JMS Server
3.3.6 FioranoMQ JMS Server Business Benefits
3.3.7 FioranoMQ JMS Server High Performance
3.3.8 FioranoMQ JMS Server Tight Security
3.3.9 FioranoMQ JMS Server Remote Administration
3.3.10 FioranoMQ JMS Server Internet Support
3.3.11 FioranoMQ JMS Server XML Interoperability
3.3.12 Fiorano SOA Components & Adapters
3.3.13 Fiorano Studio
3.3.14 Fiorano Pre-Built Services
3.3.15 Fiorano® SOA Process Orchestration Tools
3.3.16 Fiorano® Process Orchestration Tools
3.3.17 Fiorano Synthesizing Event-Driven Business Processes
3.3.18 Fiorano Synthesizing Event-Driven Business Processes
3.3.19 Fiorano Deploying Event-Processes
3.3.20 Fiorano Dynamically Modifying And Changing Event-Processes
3.4 Software AG webMethods Broker
3.4.1 Software AG webMethods Broker Maximum Messaging Performance
3.4.2 Software AG webMethods Broker Support for Different Messaging Styles
3.4.3 Software AG webMethods Broker Policy-Based Clustering
3.5 Oracle
3.5.1 Oracle GlassFish Server
3.5.2 Oracle Business-to-Business Integration
3.5.3 Oracle - WebLogic Suite
3.6 Information Builders / iWay Middleware Software
3.6.1 Information Builders iWay Software's EIM Server
3.6.2 Information BuildersiWay Service Manager
3.6.3 Information Builders iWay SoftwareGraphical Service Design Tools.
3.6.4 Information Builders iWay Software Runtime Engine
3.6.5 Information Builders iWay SOA Management Suite
3.6.6 Information Builders iWay SOA Management System Service Monitoring
3.6.7 Information Builders iWay Software SOA Security
3.6.8 Information Builders iWay Software Policy Management
3.6.9 Information Builders iWay SOA Validation System
3.7 Fujitsu Glovia
3.7.1 Fujitsu Interstage
3.7.2 Fujitsu Automated Process Discovery
3.7.3 Fujitsu Interstage Application Server
3.7.4 Fujitsu Interstage Studio
3.7.5 Fujitsu Application and Service Management Suite
3.7.6 Fujitsu Interstage Application Development Cycle
3.7.7 Fujitsu Interstage Software Quality Analyzer
3.8 Progress Software Sonic MQ
3.8.1 Progress Software Continuous Enterprise Messaging
3.8.2 Progress SonicMQ
3.9 Workday Outbound Messaging
3.9.1 Workday ESB Event Notifications
3.9.2 Workday Delegated Authentication
3.9.3 Workday Global Human Resource Management
3.9.4 Workday Workforce Lifecycle Management
3.10 Solace Systems Messaging Middleware
3.10.1 Solace’ Middleware Integration Solution
3.11 BMC
3.11.1 BMC Middleware Management – Performance and Availability
3.11.2 BMC Middleware Management - Transaction Monitoring
3.11.3 BMC Software
3.11.4 BMC Business Services Management
3.11.5 BMC Middleware Management
3.11.6 BMC Middleware Management Performance and Availability
3.11.7 BMC Middleware Management - Transaction Monitoring
3.12 GSX Monitor
3.12.1 GSX Monitor Integrated Reporting Module
3.12.2 GSX Analyzer
3.13 Red Hat JBoss
3.13.1 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.13.2 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.13.3 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.13.4 Red Hat Conga Cluster Management Capability
3.13.5 Red Hat JBoss SOA Integration Software for Applications
3.13.6 Red Hat JBoss
3.13.7 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
3.13.8 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.13.9 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Platform
3.13.10 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.13.11 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Server
3.13.12 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform
3.13.13 Enterprise Portal Platform Site Publisher (powered by eXo)
3.13.14 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.13.15 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.13.16 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform
3.13.17 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform extended
3.13.18 What's new in JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform 5.1:
3.13.19 Red Hat JBoss - Business Rules Management System
3.13.20 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.14 Novell SUSE Support for JBoss
3.14.1 Novell Deploys Comprehensive, Enterprise-Ready Enterprise Application Platform
3.14.2 Novell Accelerates Development And Interoperability
3.14.3 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware

4. MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Transport Layer
4.1.1 IBM WebSphere MQ Publish / Subscribe Messaging
4.1.2 IBM WebSphere MQ Messaging Provider
4.1.3 WebSphere MQ Asynchronous Message Consumption
4.1.4 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Selection
4.1.5 IBM WebSphere MQ Sharing A Communications Connection
4.1.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Read Ahead On Client Connections
4.1.7 Sending IBM WebSphere MQ Messages
4.1.8 IBM WebSphere MQ Channel Exits
4.1.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Properties
4.2 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)
4.3 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Application Integration
4.3.1 IBM WebSphere MQ
4.4 OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture
4.4.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication
4.4.2 WS-RM to OASIS Completed
4.5 Streams For Messaging and Data Access
4.6 Message Queuing
4.6.1 Database Message Queuing
4.6.2 Data and Message Transformation
4.7 Componentization
4.8 Speed, Flexibility, and Scalability
4.9 Mission Critical Message Throughput
4.9.1 Message Persistence
4.9.2 Message Size
4.9.3 Data Format
4.9.4 Message Flow Complexity
4.10 Message Input To Output Ratio
4.11 Required Message Rate
4.12 Parallel Message Processing
4.12.1 Serial Message Processing
4.12.2 Recovery Requirements
4.13 Typical Message Patterns
4.14 Processors Manage Specified Message Flows
4.15 Middleware Messaging Technology Issues
4.15.1 Report Messages Functions
4.15.2 Real-Time Technology Issues
4.15.3 MCA Exit Chaining
4.15.4 Remove Channel Process Definition
4.15.5 Improved Stop Channel Command
4.15.6 AMI Objects From LDAP
4.16 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
4.17 Dynamic Systems
4.18 Robust, Enterprise-quality Fault Tolerance
4.18.1 Cache / Queue
4.19 Multicast
4.20 Performance Optimization
4.20.1 Fault Tolerance
4.20.2 Gateways

5 MIDDLEWARE MESSAGING COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 BMC
5.1.1 BMC Software Control-M
5.2 Fiorano
5.3 Fujitsu Global Cloud Platform Service Powered by Microsoft Windows Azure
5.3.1 Fujitsu FGCP/A5 Cloud Service Provides Reliability, Control, And Compliance
5.3.2 Fujitsu FGCP/A5 Cloud Service Sales Target
5.3.3 Fujitsu Cloud Opportunities
5.3.4 Fujitsu Cloud Challenges
5.3.5 Fujitsu IT-Based Business Solutions
5.3.6 Fujitsu OSS/NOS
5.3.7 Fujitsu SOA
5.3.8 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance
5.4 Hewlett Packard
5.4.1 Polycom Buys Hewlett Packard Halo/HVEN Network
5.4.2 Hewlett Packard Positioning
5.4.3 HP Products and Services; Segment Information
5.4.4 Hewlett Packard Segment Revenue
5.4.5 Hewlett Packard Personal Systems and Solutions Groups
5.4.6 Hewlett-Packard Revenue
5.4.7 Software AG Cloud Ready For HP Platform
5.5 IBM
5.5.1 IBM Smarter Planet
5.5.2 IBM Growth Markets
5.5.3 IBM Business Analytics and Optimization
5.5.4 IBM Cloud Computing
5.5.5 IBM Business Model
5.5.6 IBM Business Segments And Capabilities
5.5.7 IBM Software Capabilities
5.5.8 IBM WebSphere
5.5.9 IBM Systems and Technology
5.5.10 IBM Global Financing
5.5.11 IBM Information as a Service Strategy
5.5.12 IBM Business Partnering Strategy
5.5.13 IBM Strategic Priorities
5.5.14 IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA
5.5.15 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients
5.5.16 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture
5.5.17 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services
5.5.18 IBM Revenue
5.5.19 IBM Software Capabilities
5.5.20 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities
5.5.21 IBM Worldwide Organizations
5.5.22 IBM Integrated Supply Chain
5.5.23 IBM Security
5.5.24 IBM Cloud Computing
5.5.25 IBM Business Model
5.5.26 IBM Business Segments And Capabilities
5.5.27 IBM GTS Strategic Outsourcing Services Capabilities
5.5.28 IBM Global Process Services.
5.5.29 IBM Integrated Technology Services.
5.5.30 IBM GTS Services Delivery
5.5.31 IBM Application Management Service
5.5.32 IBM Premier Globally Integrated Enterprise
5.5.33 IBM Integrated Supply Chain
5.6 Microsoft
5.6.1 Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments
5.6.2 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.6.3 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology
5.6.4 Microsoft Entertainment
5.6.5 Microsoft Search
5.6.6 Microsoft Communications And Productivity
5.6.7 Microsoft Sales
5.6.8 Microsoft / Skype
5.6.9 Skype Viral Marketing
5.6.10 Skype Strategic Relationships and Partners
5.6.11 Skype Peer-To-Peer Software Architecture
5.6.12 Skype Revenue
5.6.13 Skype Users And Financial Performance
5.6.14 Microsoft
5.6.15 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.6.16 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology
5.7 Novell
5.7.1 New Novell Solution Streamlines Device Management and Security
5.8 Oracle
5.8.1 Oracle Revenues:
5.8.2 Oracle Acquisitions / Sun, BEA, AmberPoint
5.8.3 Oracle Fiscal 2011 Acquisitions Including Art Technology Group, Inc. (ATG),
5.8.4 Oracle Fiscal 2010 Acquisitions
5.8.5 Oracle Software Business
5.8.6 Oracle SOA
5.8.7 Oracle / Amberpoint
5.8.8 Oracle SOA Suite
5.8.9 Oracle JDeveloper –
5.8.10 Oracle / Stellent
5.9 Progress Software
5.9.1 Progress Software and FastFill Partner to Deliver First Low-latency Hosted FX Aggregation and Algo Trading Solution
5.9.2 Progress Software
5.9.3 Progress Software Revenue by Segment
5.9.4 Progress Software Delivering Operational Responsiveness
5.10 RedHat
5.11 Software AG
5.11.1 Software AG Reports Stable Revenue For Fiscal Year 2011
5.11.2 Software AG Business Line Development
5.11.3 Software AG Helps Build “Hospital Of The Future” For Nemours
5.12 Tibco
5.12.1 Tibco Challenge: Big Data & Meeting the Demands of Digital Consumers
5.12.2 Harness the Power of TIBCO's Event-Enabled Enterprise Platform
5.12.3 Tibco Software Middleware And Infrastructure Software
5.12.4 Tibco Software Products
5.12.5 Tibco SOA and Core Infrastructure
5.12.6 Tibco Business Optimization
5.12.7 Tibco Process Automation And Collaboration
5.12.8 Tibco BPM Business Process Management, Software
5.12.9 Tibco Services
5.12.10 Tibco Revenue
5.12.11 Tibco Platform
5.12.12 Tibco AcquireS LogLogic
5.12.13 Tibco / LogLogic Customer Base
5.12.14 Tibco / LogLogic
5.12.15 Tibco Infrastructure Software
5.12.16 Siemens Smart Grid Division and Tibco Software

List of Tables


Table ES-1 Messaging Middleware Market Driving Forces
Table ES-2 Middleware Messaging Market Factors
Figure ES-3 Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Infrastructure Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure ES-4 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 201ES-2018
Figure 1-1 IBM SOA Foundation Business, Infrastructure, and Data Information Architecture
Table 1-2 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For SOA Software Used to Implement Process Flexibility
Table 1-3 Mission Critical Messaging ESB Functions
Table 1-4 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Integration Software Provides A Base For Application Connectivity
Table 1-5 Mission Critical Messaging Integration Functions
Table 1-6 Messaging Middleware Messaging Trends
Table 1-6 Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics
Figure 1-7 IBM SOA Governance Lifecycle
Figure 1-8 Private Cloud Attributes
Table 1-9 Private Cloud Computing Model Characteristics
Table 2-1 Messaging Middleware Market Driving Forces
Table 2-2 Middleware Messaging Market Factors
Figure 2-3 Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Infrastructure Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-4 Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Market Shares Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Figure 2-5 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-6 Mission Critical Messaging Market Segments Dollars and Units,Worldwide, 2012-2018
Figure 2-7 Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Market Forecasts, Units,Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-8 Mission Critical Messaging and SOA Message Broker Units Shipped,Worldwide, 2011-2017
Figure 2-9 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Forecasts, Installed Units,Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-10 Mission Critical Messaging and Collaboration Messaging Installed Base By Segments, Units and Percent, Worldwide, 2012-2018
Table 2-11 Market Driving Forces For Real Time Computing
Table 2-12 Market Driving Forces For SOA
Table 2-13 Mission Critical Messaging Growth Factors
Table 2-14 Mission Critical Messaging Benefits
Table 2-15 Messaging Middleware Market Components
Table 2-16 Mission Critical Messaging Financial Services Applications
Table 2-17 Mission critical Messaging Security Aspects
Table 2-18 Mission Critical Telecommunications Messaging Applications
Table 2-19 Mission Critical Government Messaging Applications
Figure 2-20 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging and SOA Message Broker Regional Market Segments, 2010
Table 2-21 Mission Critical Messaging Regional Market Segments Dollars, 2010
Table 3-1 IBM Defined Key SOA Entry Points
Table 3-2 IBM WebSphere MQ Benefits
Table 3-3 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Benefits
Table 3-4 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Functions
Figure 3-5 IBM WebSphere MQ WMQ providing a Universal Messaging Backbone
Figure 3-6 IBM WebSphere MQ Goals For Business Resilience in a Sysplex QSG (Queue Sharing Group)
Table 3-7 IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Capabilities
Table 3-8 IBM WebSphere MQ Support For Growth
Table 3-9 IBM WebSphere MQ Reliable File Transfer
Table 3-10 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration Business Value
Table 3-11 IBM WebSphere MQ MIddleware Development Facilities
Table 3-12 IBM WebSphere MQ Remote Network Administration And Configuration
Table 3-13 IBM WebSphere MQ Clustering
Table 3-14 IBM WebSphere MQ Time-Independent Processing
Table 3-15 IBM WebSphere MQ End-To-End Security
Table 3-16 IBM WebSphere MQ Web Services
Table 3-17 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration Supported Environments
Table 3-18 IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Modular Product Structure
Table 3-19 IBM SOA WebSphere Extended Deployment Features
Figure 3-20 IBM SOA Foundation Business, Infrastructure, and Data Information Architecture
Figure 3-21 IBM SOA Services Foundation
Figure 3-22 IBM SOA Foundation
Figure 2-23 IBM SOA Model Leverages WebSphere MQ
Table 3-24 IBM Software Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
Figure 3-25 IBM® SOA Governance Lifecycle
Figure 3-26 IBM Insurance Business Ecosystem
Table 3-27 IBM Service-Oriented Architecture SOA Key Issues Regarding ESBs
Table 3-28 IBM Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Software Modules
Table 3-29 IBM WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus Features:
Table 3-30 IBM WebSphere SOA Enterprise Service Bus Integration Logic Functions
Table 3-31 Tibco ActiveMatrix Functions
Figure 3-32 Tibco SOA Product Suite
Tabe 3-33 TIBCO ActiveMatrix SOA Key Features
Table 3-34 Tibco SOA Integrated Services Environment
Table 3-35 TIBCO Enterprise Message Functions
Table 3-36 Tibco Messaging Solutions Positioning
Table 3-37 Tibco Rendezvous Functions
Table 3-38 Tibco Rendezvous Key Types of Enterprise Messaging
Table 3-39 Tibco Rendezvous Key Enterprise Messaging Features
Table 3-40 Tibco Rendezvous Key Enterprise Messaging Benefits
Table 3-41 Tibco Enterprise Message Service Benefits
Figure 3-42 Tibco Common Backbone for Services and Real Time Information Flow
Table 3-43 TIBCO Enterprise Message Service Key Features
Table 3-44 TIBCO Enterprise Message Service Key Features
Table 3-45 Tibco Messaging Appliance P-7500 Key Enterprise Messaging Configuration
Table 3-46 Tibco Messaging Appliance P-7500 Key Enterprise Messaging Benefits
Table 3-47 Tibco Messaging Appliance P-7500 Key Enterprise Messaging Key Features
Table 3-48 Tibco FTL Industry-Leading Technology Performance Features
Table 3-49 Tibco FTL Industry-Leading Technology Design Features
Table 3-50 Tibco FTL Industry-Leading Technology Key Features
Table 3-51 Tibco FTL Industry-Leading Technology Transport Features
Figure 3-52 Tibco Active Matrix SOA Product Suite
Figure 3-53 TIBCO ActiveMatrix Monitor Infrastructure for SOA
Table 3-54 Tibco Active Matrix BusinessWorks Key Functions
Table 3-55 Tibco Active Matrix BusinessWorks Key Features
Table 3-56 TIBCO ActiveMatrix SOA Key Features
Table 3-56 Continued) TIBCO ActiveMatrix SOA Key Features
Table 3-57 Components of the Tibco Mainframe SOA Services Suite
Figure 3-58 Fiorano MQ Server Components
Figure 3-59 Fiorano SOA Platform Components
Figure 3-60 Fiorano Enterprise Service Bus -- Enabling Standards-Based Integration
Table 3-61 Fiorano Enterprise Service Bus Is An Enterprise Platform Functions
Table 3-62 FioranoMQ JMS Server Benefits
Table 3-63 Fiorano Studio Integrated Tools Functions
Table 3-64 Fiorano Event Process Orchestrator Functions
Figure 3-65 Fiorano Event Process Orchestrator: Composing Event-Driven Business Processes
Table 3-66 Software AG webMethods Broker Message Types
Table 3-67 Software AG webMethods Broker Messaging Quality-Of-Service Requirements Features
Table 3-68 Information Builders / iWay Tools Functions
Figure 3-69 Information Builders iWay Event Manager Dynamic Business Event Processing for Faster, Smarter Decision-Making
Table 3-70 Information Builders IWAY SOA Middleware Products
Table 3-71 Information Builders IWAY Service Manager Runtime SOA Unique Features
TABLE 3-72 Information Builders IWAY SOA Management Suite Components
Table 3-73 Information Builders IWAY SOA Management System Service Monitoring
Table 3-74 Information Builders IWAY Software SOA Security
Table 3-75 Information Builders IWAY Software SOA Automatic Policy Provisioning System Functions
Table 3-76 Information Builders IWAY SOA Validation System: Benefits
Table 3-77 Fujitsu Glovia Functions
Table 3-78 Fujitsu Interstage Application Development Cycle Functions
Table 3-79 Progress® Sonic® Architecture Benefits
Table 3-80 Progress SonicMQ Solutions
Table 3-81 Progress SonicMQ Key Benefits:
Table 3-82 Progress SonicMQ Continuous Availability Architecture Functions
Figure 3-83 Workday ESB Process Flows
Figure 3-84 Workday ESB Web Service Process Flows
Table 3-85 Workday Real-Time Integration Event Notifications Functions
Figure 3-86 On-Boarding to Retirement: Manage Global Workforce
Table 3-87 Solace Systems Kinds of Messaging Middleware Appliance
Table 3-88 BMC Middleware Management – Transaction Analytics Features
Table 3-89 BMC Middleware Management – Transaction Analytics Key Differentiators
Table 3-90 BMC Middleware Management – Transaction Analytics Benefits
Table 3-91 BMC Middleware Management – Transaction Analytics Key Differentiators
Table 3-92 BMC Middleware Management – Transaction Monitoring Features
Table 3-93 BMC Middleware Management – Transaction Monitoring Key Differentiators
Table 3-94 BMC’s Business Services Management (BSM) Functions
Table 3-95 BMC Middleware Management Enterprise Application Integration Features and Benefits
Table 3-96 BMC Middleware Management Performance and Availability
Table 3-97 BMC Middleware Management - Transaction Monitoring Features and Benefits
Table 3-98 GSX Monitor Addresses Business Challenges
Table 3-99 GSX Monitor Business Reference Account Challenges
Table 3-100 GSX Monitor’s Integrated Reporting Module Features
Table 3-101 GSX Monitor’s Integrated Reporting Module Functions
Table 3-102 GSX Monitor Multi-platform Solution
Table 3-103 GSX Monitor’s Integrated Reporting Module Benefits
Table 3-104 GSX Monitor’s Integrated Reporting Module Key Service Delivery Features
Table 3-105 GSX Monitor and GSX Analyzer Benefits
Table 3-106 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Benefits And Features
Table 3-107 Red Hat JBoss Operation Network Console Functions:
Table 3-108 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Features
Table 3-109 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware Benefits
Table 3-110 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Platform Features
Table 3-111 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Platform Benefits
Table 3-112 JBoss Operation Network Framework Functions
Table 3-113 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Server Features Benefits
Table 3-114 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Reliable High Performance Web Portal Platform Benefits
Table 3-115 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Reliable High Performance Web Portal Platform Functions
Table 3-116 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Features
Table 3-117 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Benefits
Table 3-118 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Update Certifications
Table 3-119 Red Hat JBoss EDSP Integrates And Use Data From Many Sources
Table 3-120 Red Hat JBoss - Business Rules Management System Features
Table 3-121 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware Technology Benefits
Table 3-122 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware Features
Table 3-123 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware Functions
Table 4-1 Web Services Transport Comparison HTTP and IBM WebSphere MQ
Table 4-1 (Continued) Web Services Transport Comparison HTTP and IBM WebSphere MQ
Table 4-1 (Continued) Web Services Transport Comparison HTTP and IBM WebSphere MQ
Figure 4-2 IBM WebSphere MQ Web Services Transport
Figure 4-3 Service Requestor and Service Provider Layers
Figure 4-4 Layered Architecture For IBM JMS Providers
Table 4-5 IBM WebSphere MQ Layered Architecture Objectives:
Figure 4-6 Relationship Between WebSphere MQ Classes for JMS and WebSphere MQ Classes for Java
Table 4-7 Deciding Whether To Use Read Ahead Using IBM WebSphere MQ
Table 4-8 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For SOA Software Used to Implement Process Flexibility
Table 4-9 Mission Critical Messaging ESB Functions
Table 4-10 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Integration Software Provides A Base For Application Connectivity
Table 4-11 Mission Critical Messaging Integration Functions
Table 4-12 Aspects Of Data Streaming Management
Table 4-13 Mission Critical Message Throughput Variables
Table 4-14 Typical Message Flow Characteristics
Table 4-15 Middleware Messaging Technology Issues
Table 4-16 Automatic Detection And Recovery From Network And System Failure
Table 4-17 High Performance And Real-Time Message Throughput
Table 4-18 Fault Tolerance Features
Table 5-1 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Product Suite Features
Table 5-2 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
Table 5-3 Hewlett Packard HP Product Set•
Figure 5-4 IBM SMB Partner Go to Market Approach
Table 5-5 IBM Strategic Priorities
Table 5-6 Oracle SOA Positioning
Table 5-7 Oracle’s Open, Integrated SOA Stack
Table 5-8 Oracle: Amberpoint SOA Advantages
Table 5-9 Oracle SOA Suite Features
Table 5-10 Oracle SOA Product Suite:
Table 5-11 Oracle / Stellent Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Software Solutions
Figure 5-12 Progress Software Product Set
Figure 5-13 Progress Software Revenue by Segment

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