Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020

Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020

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WinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Mission Critical Middleware Messaging: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2014 to 2020. The 2013 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. Mobile device messaging and messaging for the Internet of things are driving markets.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the WinterGreen Research team that prepared the middleware messaging market research study, “Cloud, mobile, and collaboration are leveraging mission critical messaging. Messaging supports information exchange between mobile devices. The Internet of things is driving messaging uptake. IBM is the dominant vendor, providing reliable messaging for enterprises and tying together open systems software messaging systems with wrappers. It is used to support exchange of information among servers because of the tremendous reliability provided.”

Smart phones and tablets change the markets for IT systems implementation, increasing the need for mission critical decoupled messaging. The communication of data is a demanding task whereby often there is trouble if a message that is sent does not get through or contra-wise if a message that is sent goes through twice. When there is a person on one or both sides of the message sending, human intelligence is able to deal with the problem if the message does not get sent, or if it gets sent twice, but for a machine to machine communication, the anticipation of difficulty has to be built into the system.

Mission critical messaging middleware from IBM is the base for software systems integration projects used to implement smart phone apps, mobile applications for the web, cloud computing, and enterprise collaboration suites. IBM WebSphere MQ is the IT industry defacto standard for mission critical information messaging. The IBM WebSphere MQ product continues to completely dominate the enterprise middleware messaging market.

Mission critical messaging middleware from IBM is the base for software systems integration projects used to implement smart phone apps, mobile applications for the web, cloud computing, and enterprise collaboration suites. IBM WebSphere MQ is the IT industry defacto standard for mission critical information messaging. The IBM WebSphere MQ product continues to completely dominate the enterprise middleware messaging market.

IBM WebSphere MQ is used in the front end distributed systems to interconnect Java messaging when once and only once mission critical capability is needed. It is used on the back end mainframe systems to connect the mainframe to various databases and to distributed systems. IBM WebSphere MQ is a key component used to manage quantum increases in the quantity of data being generated.

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 to interconnect people and sensors over the Internet.

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 because 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.

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: Worldwide mission critical messaging markets at $10.3 billion in 2013 are anticipated to reach $32.7 billion in 2020, indicating growth based on implementation of mobile smart phone network connectivity, tablet use for mobile computing, Internet apps, cloud computing, SOA, and business process management systems (BPM) that support collaboration

Mission Critical Messaging MiddlewareMarket Shares and Market Forecasts

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Superior Application Middleware Delivers Enterprise Agility

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  IBM Decoupled Messaging is Mission Critical

2.1.1 Superior Application Middleware Delivers Enterprise Agility

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

2.2.4 Fiorano Enterprise Messaging Backbone

2.2.5 FioranoMQ JMS Server

2.3  Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments Analysis

2.3.2 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments

2.3.3 SOA Integration Of E-Business

2.3.4 Market Driving Forces For Real Time Exchange of Information

2.3.5 Mission Critical Messaging Growth Factors

2.3.6 Backbone Connectivity Across All Platforms with Open Systems

2.3.7 Financial Services and Messaging Applications

2.3.8 Database Messaging Market Forecasts

2.3.9 IBM DB2R Integrates With IBM MQ Messaging For Database Applications

2.3.10 Software AG Database Products Integrated With Tibco

2.3.11 NET Microsoft Web Services

2.3.12 Publish Subscribe Messaging

2.3.13 JMS Messaging

2.3.14 SCADA Messaging

2.3.15 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 WebSphere MQ

3.1.1 IBM IT Strategy and Design for Middleware

3.1.2 IBM Speeding Time To Value Through Integrated Solution For Complex, Multiproduct Deployments

3.1.3 IBM Middleware Key Enabler For Integration And Interoperability

3.1.4 IBM WebSphere MQ Defacto Industry Standard

3.1.5 IBM WebSphere MQ

3.1.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Functions

3.1.7 IBM WebSphere MQ

3.1.8 IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Capabilities

3.1.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Support For Growth

3.1.10 IBM WebSphere MQ Reliable File Transfer

3.1.11 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration File Transfer Business Value

3.1.12 IBM WebSphere MQ Clustering

3.1.13 IBM WebSphere MQ Hardware Cluster May Be Set Up In An Active-Passive Mode Or An Active-Active Mode

3.1.14 IBM WebSphere MQ Supports Clustering Through Split Cluster Transmit Queues

3.1.15 IBM WebSphere MQ End-To-End Security

3.1.16 IBM WebSphere MQ Supports Enhanced Security

3.1.17 IBM WebSphere Application Server

3.2  Microsoft Middleware

3.2.1 Microsoft.NET Framework Time-to-Market

3.2.2 Microsoft .NET Framework Performance and User Experience

3.2.3 Microsoft.NET Framework Developer Skills and Productivity

3.2.4 Microsoft Visual Studio and .NET

3.3  Tibco FTL Message Switch

3.3.1 Tibco FTL

3.3.2 Tibco e-FTL Messaging Middleware

3.3.3 Tibco Enterprise Message Service

3.3.4 Tibco Enterprise-Class Messaging Performance

3.3.5 Tibco Reliable, Persistent Messaging

3.3.6 Tibco Rendezvous Publish Subscribe Messaging

3.3.7 Tibco Web Messaging

3.3.8 Tibco Messaging Backbone

3.4  FioranoMQ

3.4.1 FioranoMQ JMS Server

3.4.2 FioranoMQ JMS Server Business Benefits

3.4.3 FioranoMQ JMS Server High Performance

3.4.4 FioranoMQ JMS Server Tight Security

3.5  Software AG webMethods Broker

3.5.1 Software AG Enterprise-Class Messaging Backbone

3.5.2 Software AG webMethods Broker Maximum Messaging Performance

3.5.3 Software AG webMethods Broker Support for Different Messaging Styles

3.5.4 Software AG webMethods Broker Policy-Based Clustering

3.6  Oracle

3.6.1 Oracle Fusion Message Oriented Middleware

3.6.2 Oracle Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)-Based System Asynchronous Exchange Of Messages

3.6.3 Oracle Disadvantages Of Message Loose Coupling

3.6.4 Oracle Message Oriented Middleware

3.6.5 Oracle GlassFish Server

3.6.6 Oracle Business-to-Business Integration

3.6.7 Oracle - WebLogic Suite

3.7  Information Builders / iWay Middleware Software

3.7.1 iWay Enterprise Integration Middleware

3.7.2 iWay Network Computing

3.7.3 Information Builders iWay EDA for Networked Computing

3.7.4 Information Builders iWay Java for Web-Enterprise Convergence

3.7.5 Information Builders / iWay Middleware Provides The Plumbing

3.7.6 Information Builders/iWay SOA, EDA, and ESB Middleware Solutions

3.7.7 iWay SOA Middleware

3.7.8 Information Builders/iWay WebFOCUS Business Intelligence

3.7.9 Information Builders/iWay Software's EIM Server

3.7.10 Information Builders/iWay Service Manager

3.7.11 Information Builders/iWay SoftwareGraphical Service Design Tools.

3.7.12 Information Builders/iWay Software Runtime Engine

3.8  Fujitsu openFT-Enterprise File Transfer

3.8.1 Fujitsu openFT-Enterprise File Transfer Achieve Security Level 1

3.8.2 Fujitsu Automated File Transfer, Low Cost, Secure

3.8.3 Fujitsu Glovia

3.8.4 Fujitsu Interstage

3.8.5 Fujitsu Automated Process Discovery

3.8.6 Fujitsu Interstage Application Server

3.8.7 Fujitsu Interstage Studio

3.8.8 Fujitsu Application and Service Management Suite

3.8.9 Fujitsu Interstage Software Quality Analyzer

3.9  Progress OpenEdge

3.10 Aurea Software

3.11 Workday Cloud Platform

3.11.1 Workday Integration Cloud Platform Enterprise-Class ESB Grid

3.12 Solace Systems’s Messaging Solution

3.12.1 Solace’s Unicast Advantage

3.12.2 Solace Systems 3200 Series Messaging Appliances

3.12.3 Solace Reliable Messaging

3.12.4 Solace Systems Software API Connects to a Messaging Appliance

3.12.5 Solace Systems Embedded Support For Point-To-Point ‘Unicast’ Distribution

3.12.6 Solace Guaranteed Messaging

3.12.7 Solace Systems Redundant Architecture for HA, FT and DR (1 and 2)

3.12.8 Solace JMS Messaging

3.12.9 Solace Systems Non-Persistent Messaging

3.12.10 Solace Systems Persistent Messaging

3.12.11 Solace Systems Persistent and Non-Persistent on One Appliance

3.12.12 Solace IPC Shared Memory Messaging

3.13 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Middleware Messaging

3.13.1 Red Hat JBoss Customers

3.13.2 Red Hat AMQP Specification Messaging

3.14 Attachmate / 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

3.15 BMC Middleware Management

3.15.1 BMC BladeLogic Middleware Automation

3.15.2 BMC Improves Productivity For Release Process Documentation

3.15.3 BMC Middleware Administration

3.15.4 BMC Middleware Monitoring

3.15.5 BMC Application Transaction Tracing

3.16 GSX Monitor

3.17 Hewlett Packard Database and Middleware Automation

3.18 OpenText Content Middleware

3.18.1 OpenText Comprehensive Information Integration Platform

3.18.2 OpenText Comprehensive Information Integration Value

3.19 Nastel Middleware Monitoring and Management

3.20 NEC RFID Middleware Products

3.20.1 NEC RFID Middleware

3.20.2 NEC WebOTX RFID Manager Middleware

3.21 Rocket Software Janus Middleware

3.21.1 Rocket Software Encryption

3.21.2 Rocket Software Authentication

3.21.3 Rocket Software Efficiency

3.21.4 Rocket Software Running Secure Model 204 Web Servers

3.22 WSO2 Middleware Platform

3.22.1 WSO2 Message Broker

3.23 VMWare Virtualizing Oracle

3.24 Messaging Middleware Companies



4. Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Technology

4.1 Mission Critical Messaging Communication Protocols

4.1.1 Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Transport Layer

4.1.2 IBM WebSphere MQ Publish / Subscribe Messaging

4.1.3 IBM WebSphere MQ Messaging Provider

4.1.4 WebSphere MQ Asynchronous Message Consumption

4.1.5 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Selection

4.1.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Sharing A Communications Connection

4.1.7 IBM WebSphere MQ Read Ahead On Client Connections

4.1.8 Sending IBM WebSphere MQ Messages

4.1.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Channel Exits

4.1.10 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  AMQP Specification Messaging

4.4.1 Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) Business Case

4.4.2 AMQP Makes Practical

4.5  OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture

4.5.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication

4.5.2 WS-RM to OASIS Completed

4.6  Streams For Messaging and Data Access

4.7  Message Queuing

4.7.1 Database Message Queuing

4.7.2 Data and Message Transformation

4.8  Componentization

4.9  Speed, Flexibility, and Scalability

4.10 Mission Critical Message Throughput

4.10.1 Message Persistence

4.10.2 Message Size

4.10.3 Data Format

4.10.4 Message Flow Complexity

4.11 Message Input To Output Ratio

4.12 Required Message Rate

4.13 Parallel Message Processing

4.13.1 Serial Message Processing

4.13.2 Recovery Requirements

4.14 Typical Message Patterns

4.15 Processors Manage Specified Message Flows

4.16 Middleware Messaging Technology Issues

4.16.1 Report Messages Functions

4.16.2 Real-Time Technology Issues

4.16.3 MCA Exit Chaining

4.16.4 Remove Channel Process Definition

4.16.5 Improved Stop Channel Command

4.16.6 AMI Objects From LDAP

4.17 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)

4.18 Dynamic Systems

4.19 Robust, Enterprise-Quality Fault Tolerance

4.19.1 Cache / Queue

4.20 Multicast

4.21 Performance Optimization

4.21.1 Fault Tolerance

4.21.2 Gateways



5. Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Company Description

5.1  360 Logica

5.1.1 360logica SOA Software Testing

5.1.2 360logica SOA Resources

5.1.3 360logica Software Testing Services

5.1.4 360logica Software Testing Company

5.2  Actuate

5.2.1 Actuate Core Strengths

5.3  Adobe

5.3.1 Adobe Creative Cloud

5.3.2 Adobe Digital Publishing Suite

5.3.3 5Adobe Photoshop

5.3.4 Adobe Acrobat

5.3.5 Adobe Edge Tools & Services

5.3.6 Adobe Digital Marketing

5.4  AgilePoint

5.5  Appian

5.5.1 Appian Technology

5.6  Aurea

5.7  BigAgi

5.8  BizFlow

5.9  BonitaSoft

5.9.1 Bonita Open Source BPM Software

5.9.2 Bonita Open Source BPM Technology

5.9.3 Bonita Open Solution 5

5.10 CA Technologies

5.10.1 CA Revenue

5.11 Crosscheck Networks

5.12 EMC

5.12.1 EMC Broad Range of Customers

5.12.2 EMC Strong Leadership Record

5.12.3 EMC Global Presence

5.13 Fabasoft Group

5.14 Fiorano

5.14.1 Fiorano Leadership In Enterprise Middleware

5.14.2 Fiorano Customers Worldwide

5.15 Fujitsu

5.15.1 Fujitsu Revenue

5.15.2 Fujitsu Revenue

5.15.3 Fujitsu Technology Solutions

5.15.4 Fujitsu Personal Computers

5.15.5 Fujitsu Development and Production Facilities

5.15.6 Fujitsu Corporate Strategy

5.15.7 Fujitsu Interstage

5.15.8 Fujitsu Acquires RunMyProcess Cloud Service Provider

5.16 GSX

5.17 Hewlett Packard

5.17.1 Hewlett Packard Revenue

5.17.2 HP Printing and Personal Systems Group

5.17.3 HP Software

5.18 HostBridge

5.19 IBM

5.19.1 IBM Strategy

5.19.2 IBM Capital Investment

5.19.3 IBM Business Segments And Capabilities

5.19.4 IBM Integrated Supply Chain

5.19.5 IBM Cloud Computing

5.19.6 IBM Cloud Computing Model

5.19.7 IBM Business Model

5.19.8 IBM Business Analytics

5.19.9 IBM Innovation

5.19.10 SOA Digital Services

5.19.11 IBM Smarter Planet Strategy

5.19.12 IBM Smarter Planet

5.19.13 IBM Social Business

5.19.14 IBM WebSphere SOA Software Capabilities

5.19.15 IBM Information Management Software

5.19.16 IBM Business Analytics and Optimization Strategy

5.19.17 IBM Watson Solutions

5.19.18 IBM Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure Solutions

5.19.19 IBM Software

5.19.20 IBM System Z Mainframe Software

5.19.21 IBM Social Workforce Software Solutions

5.19.22 IBM Rational Software

5.19.23 IBM Mobile Software

5.19.24 IBM MobileFirst

5.19.25 IBM Systems and Technology (STG)

5.19.26 IBM Revenue

5.19.27 IBM IT Strategy

5.19.28 IBM Business Partners

5.19.29 IBM Messaging Extension for Web Application Pattern

5.19.30 IBM Growth Market Initiatives

5.19.31 IBM Business Revenue Segments And Capabilities

5.19.32 IBM Geographic Revenue

5.20 Informatica

5.20.1 Informatica Master Data Management (MDM)

5.21 Intalio

5.22 iWay Software

5.23 K2

5.24 Kofax

5.25 Layer 7

5.26 Managed Methods

5.26.1 Managed Methods Solutions

5.27 Mega

5.27.1 Mega Solutions

5.27.2 Mega Solutions Customers

5.28 Mendix

5.29 Microsoft SOA

5.29.1 Microsoft .Net SOA

5.29.2 Microsoft .Net Open Source

5.29.3 Microsoft .NET Framework

5.29.4 Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments

5.29.5 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices

5.29.6 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology

5.29.7 Microsoft Entertainment

5.29.8 Microsoft Search

5.29.9 Microsoft Communications And Productivity

5.29.10 Microsoft Revenue

5.29.11 Microsoft Customers

5.30 Nastel Technologies

5.30.1 Nastel Privately Held Company

5.31 Newgen

5.32 Attachmate / Novell

5.33 OpenText

5.33.1 OpenText / Hummingbird

5.33.2 OpenText Target Markets

5.33.3 OpenText / Cordys

5.34 Crosscheck Networks

5.35 Oracle

5.35.1 Oracle Revenue

5.36 Perceptive Software

5.37 PegaSystems

5.37.1 Pega Exchange' for BPM and SOA-

5.38 Perficient

5.38.1 Perficient Revenue

5.38.2 Perficient ProHealth Care Drives Population Health Management through Epic’s Cogito Data Warehouse

5.39 Pivotal

5.39.1 Pivotal Comprehensive PaaS

5.39.2 Pivotal Speeds Time To Market

5.40 PNM Soft

5.41 Progress Software

5.41.1 Progress Software Revenue

5.42 Rally Software

5.42.1 Rally Software Revenue

5.42.2 Rally Software Solutions for Organizations

5.42.3 Rally Software Revenue

5.43 Red Hat

5.44 SAP

5.44.1 SAP offers NetWeaver

5.44.2 SAP SOA Enterprise Applications

5.44.3 SAP Aligns Solutions With Innovation to Improve Production Process

5.44.4 SAP User Planned Updates

5.44.5 SAP Core Applications

5.44.6 SAP Rapid-Deployment Solutions

5.45 SOALIB

5.45.1 SOALIB and SOASYNC

5.46 SOA Software

5.46.1 SOA Software Customers

5.46.2 SOA Software Product Uses

5.46.3 SOA Software Enterprise API Management and SOA Governance

5.46.4 SOA Software Enterprise API Management Revenue

5.46.5 SOA Software Partners

5.46.6 SOA Software Customers

5.46.7 SOA Software Innovation

5.46.8 SOA Software Products

5.47 Software AG

5.47.1 Software AG Revenue by Segment

5.47.2 Software AG

5.47.3 Software AG Buys Progress® Apama

5.48 Tibco Software

5.48.1 Tibco Revenue

5.48.2 Tibco Software

5.48.3 Tibco

5.48.4 Tibco ActiveMatrix

5.48.5 Tibco Software Customers

5.48.6 Tibco Event-Enabled Enterprise Platform

5.48.7 Tibco Platform

5.48.8 Tibco SOA Development

5.48.9 Tibco Revenue

5.48.10 Tibco Cloud Computing Environments

5.48.11 Tibco Software Acquires Maporama Solutions

5.48.12 Tibco / Maporama Solutions

5.48.13 Tibco Customer Interportpolice Deploys Tibbr As Global Collaboration Platform

5.48.14 Renaissance Capital / Tibco Big Data Opportunity

5.49 VMWare

5.49.1 VMware Network Virtualization Enables User Self- Provisioning And VMWare Support

5.50 WSO2

5.50.1 WSO2 Products

5.50.2 WSO2 Open Source and Standards

5.50.3 SEERC Technology Research Center Uses WSO2 for Governance Registry



List of Tables and Figures



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, 2013

Figure ES-4 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020

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 1-7 Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics

Figure 1-8 IBM SOA Governance Lifecycle

Figure 1-9 Private Cloud Attributes

Table 1-10 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, 2013

Table 2-4 Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Market Shares Dollars, Worldwide, 2013

Figure 2-5 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Table 2-6 Middleware Messaging Market Totals, Dollars, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Table 2-7 Mission Critical Messaging Market Segments Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Figure 2-8 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Forecasts, Distributed Systems, Units, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Figure 2-9 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Forecasts, System z, Units, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Figure 2-10 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Forecasts, Total, Units, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Table 2-11 Mission Critical Messaging and Collaboration Infrastructure Units Shipped, Worldwide, 2014-2020

Table 2-12 Market Driving Forces For Real Time Computing

Table 2-13 Market Driving Forces For SOA

Table 2-14 Mission Critical Messaging Growth Factors

Table 2-15 Mission Critical Messaging Benefits

Table 2-16 Messaging Middleware Market Components

Table 2-17 Mission Critical Messaging Financial Services Applications

Table 2-18 Mission critical Messaging Security Aspects

Table 2-19 Mission Critical Telecommunications Messaging Applications

Table 2-20 Mission Critical Government Messaging Applications

Figure 2-21 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Tools Regional Market Segments, 2013

Table 2-22 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging and Collaboration Tools Regional Market Segments Dollars, 2013

Table 3-1 IBM IT Strategy and Design for Middleware

Table 3-2 IBM Middleware Highlights

Table 3-3 IBM WebSphere MQ Benefits

Table 3-4 IBM WebSphere MQ Functions:

Table 3-5 IBM WebSphere MQ Versatile Messaging Integration From Mainframe To Mobile

Table 3-6 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Delivery With Security-Rich Features

Table 3-7 IBM WebSphere MQ High-Performance Message Transport

Table 3-8 IBM WebSphere MQ Administrative Features

Table 3-9 IBM WebSphere MQ Open Standards Development Tools

Table 3-10 IBM WebSphere MQ Benefits

Table 3-11 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Benefits

Table 3-12 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Functions

Figure 3-13 IBM WebSphere MQ WMQ providing a Universal Messaging Backbone

Figure 3-14 IBM WebSphere MQ Goals For Business Resilience in a Sysplex QSG (Queue Sharing Group)

Table 3-15 IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Capabilities

Table 3-16 IBM WebSphere MQ Support For Growth

Table 3-17 IBM WebSphere MQ Reliable File Transfer

Table 3-18 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration Business Value

Table 3-19 IBM WebSphere MQ Middleware Development Facilities

Table 3-20 IBM WebSphere MQ Remote Network Administration And Configuration

Table 3-21 IBM WebSphere MQ Clustering

Table 3-22 IBM WebSphere MQ Time-Independent Processing

Table 3-23 IBM WebSphere MQ End-To-End Security

Table 3-24 IBM WebSphere MQ Web Services

Table 3-25 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration Supported Environments

Table 3-26 Microsoft Middleware Foundation Developer Frameworks

Table 3-27 Microsoft Middleware Foundation Modules

Table 3-28 Microsoft Infrastructure Middleware Offerings Key Elements

Table 3-29 Microsoft Infrastructure Middleware Modules

Table 3-30 Microsoft.NET Framework Benefits

Table 3-31 Tibco FTL Benefits

Table 3-32 Tibco e-FTL Message Middleware Benefits

Table 3-33 TIBCO's Messaging Software Benefits

Table 3-34 Tibco Messaging Solutions Value

Table 3-35 TIBCO's Messaging Software Advantages

Table 3-36 Tibco FTL Message Switch Benefits

Table 3-37 Tibco Rendezvous Publish Subscribe Messaging Benefits

Table 3-38 TIBCO Web Messaging Benefits

Table 3-39 TIBCO Enterprise Message Functions

Table 3-40 Tibco Messaging Solutions Positioning

Figure 3-41 Tibco Common Backbone for Services and Real Time Information Flow

Figure 3-42 FioranoMQ® Java Message Service (JMS) Compliant Platform

Table 3-42 Fiorano enterprise Messaging Middleware Backbone Features

Table 3-43 Fiorano Messaging Middleware Features

Table 3-44 Fiorano Messaging Middleware Continuous Availability

Table 3-45 Fiorano Messaging Middleware Linear Scalability

Table 3-46 Fiorano Messaging Middleware Robust Security

Table 3-47 Fiorano Messaging Middleware Global Manageability

Table 3-48 Software AG Enterprise-Class Messaging Styles:

Table 3-49 Software AG webMethods Broker Messages Configuration

Table 3-50 Software AG webMethods Broker Message Types

Table 3-51 Software AG webMethods Broker Messaging Quality-Of-Service Requirements Features

Figure 3-52 Oracle Middleware Messaging

Table 3-53 Oracle Middleware Category Groups

Figure 3-54 Oracle Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)-Based System Asynchronous Exchange Of Messages 3-55 Oracle Combining RPC and MOM Systems

Table 3-56 iWay Middleware, EDA Software Glue

Table 3-57 Information Builders / iWay WebFOCUS Process

Figure 3-58 Information Builders/iWay SOA, EDA, and ESB Middleware Solutions

Table 3-59 iWay Software Technology Functions:

Table 3-60 Information Builders / iWay WebFOCUS BI Functions:

Table 3-61 Fujitsu openFT Features

Table 3-62 Fujitsu Glovia Functions

Figure 3-63 Progress Software BPM Solutions

Table 3-64 Workday Integration Cloud Platform Functions:

Table 3-65 Workday’s Integration Cloud Platform Components

Table 3-66 Workday’s Integration Cloud Platform

Figure 3-67 Workday ESB Process Flows

Figure 3-68 Solace Middleware Functions

Figure 3-69 Solace Peer to Peer Messaging

Table 3-70 Solace Systems Embedded Support For Point-To-Point ‘Unicast’

Figure 3-71 Solace Guaranteed Messaging

Table 3-72 Solace Systems Appliance

Table 3-73 Solace High-Performance JMS Messaging Solution

Table 3-74 Solace IPC Shared Memory Messaging

Table 3-75 Benefits of Solace’s High-Performance Messaging Solution

Table 3-76 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Middleware Messaging Functions

Table 3-77 Red Hat JBoss Open Source Choice Functions

Figure 3-78 Red Hat JBoss Portal Platform Services

Table 3-79 Red Hat® Enterprise MRG Messaging Enterprise Requirements Features And Performance

Table 3-80 BMC BladeLogic Middleware Automation

Table 3-81 BMC Reduces Application Release Cycles From Weeks To Hours

Table 3-82 BMC Solution Functions:

Table 3-83 BMC Middleware Administration Functions

Table 3-84 BMC Middleware Management Features

Table 3-85 BMC Middleware Management Solution Function:

Table 3-86 BMC Middleware Management Solution Features:

Table 3-87 BMC Application Transaction Tracing Functions:

Table 3-88 GSX Monitor Features

Table 3-89 GSX Monitor Functions

Table 3-90 GSX Monitor Benefits

Table 3-91 HP Database And Middleware Automation (DMA) Functions

Table 3-92 HP Middleware Automation Key benefits

Table 3-93 Nastel AutoPilot Solution Features

Table 3-94 Nastel AutoPilot Solution Functions

Table 3-95 RFID Product Metrics

Table 3-96 NEC RFID Middleware Product Tracking Industry Segments

Figure 3-97 NEC WebOTX RFID Manager Enterprise Characteristics

Figure 3-98 Rocket Software Janus TCP/IP Base

Figure 3-99 Rocket Software Janus TCP/IP Functions

Figure 3-100 Rocket Software Janus Network Security Architecture

Table 3-101 WSO2 Middleware Open Source Benefits

Table 3-102 VMWare Virtualization Messaging Capabilities

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 Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) Key Capabilities

Table 4-13 Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) Business Case

Table 4-14 Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) Key Features

Figure 4-15 Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP) Enterprise and Business Sharing of Information

Table 4-16 AMQP Open Internet Protocol Standard for Message-Queuing Communications

Table 4-17 AMQP As A Collective Work

Table 4-18 AMQP Use Cases

Table 4-19 Aspects Of Data Streaming Management

Table 4-20 Mission Critical Message Throughput Variables

Table 4-21 Typical Message Flow Characteristics

Table 4-22 Middleware Messaging Technology Issues

Table 4-22 (Continued) Middleware Messaging Technology Issues

Table 4-23 Automatic Detection And Recovery From Network And System Failure

Table 4-23 (Continued) Automatic Detection And Recovery From Network And System Failure

Table 4-25 Fault Tolerance Features

Table 4-25 (Continued) Fault Tolerance Features

Table 5-1 360logica SOA Services:

Table 5-2 360logica SOA Target Markets:

Table 5-3 360logica SOA Services Positioning:

Table 5-4 Adobe Digital Marketing Cloud solutions:

Table 5-5 Adobe Digital Marketing Facts:

Table 5-6 Adobe Digital Media Aspects:

Table 5-7 Appian Technology Innovation Leadership

Figure 5-8 Fujitsu Main Products

Figure 5-9 Fujitsu Global Business

Figure 5-10 Fujitsu Geographical Market Participation

Figure 5-11 Fujitsu Global Alliances

Figure 5-11 Fujitsu Mixed IT Environments Forecasts

Table 5-12 Fujitsu Facts

Table 5-13 HostBridge Mainframe CICS Integration Functions

Table 5-14 IBM Business Goals

Table 5-15 IBM Marketing Transformation Functions

Figure 5-16 IBM Cloudbased App Offerings

Table 5-17 IBM Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure Featured Solutions

Table 5-18 Managed Methods Functions

Figure 5-19 Mega Operational Excellence for Customers

Table 5-20 Microsoft Service Orientated Architecture SOA Functions

Table 5-21 OpenText Target Markets

Table 5-22 Oracle Systems Positioning

Figure 5-17 Rally Software Platform Functions

Table 5-23 SAP SOA Enterprise Applications Market Metrics

Table 5-24 SAP User Planned Updates

Table 5-25 SAP Core Applications

Table 5-26 SAP Rapid-Deployment Solutions

Table 5-27 Tibco Products

Table 5-28 Tibco SOA Benefits



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