MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE (MOM)  

FORECASTS AND STRATEGIES TO 2006
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Report No. S80310009519  300+Pages 125 Tables and Figures       2001   

    Data networking equipment is increasingly dependent on infrastructure software to support the computing shift. Infrastructure software has traditionally been developed in-house and is often inadequate for the performance and scalability demands of networked business environments. This problem is exacerbated by rapidly growing numbers of users and volumes of data, the proliferation of diverse computing devices, such as mainframes, UNIX and NT servers, PCs, and handheld and wireless devices.  This report addresses the future of infrastructure software and its relation to new computing.

    Increasingly stringent performance and reliability requirements are found in the market. A real-time infrastructure must connect applications running across a variety of private and public networks, including the Internet. Most existing systems were designed assuming a local area network or other small, well-controlled, homogenous network. Applications need to operate in unpredictable and heterogeneous wide area networks, including the Internet.  Find out how they are being configured to serve this purpose.  

    Middleware messaging provides a robust, comprehensive software infrastructure. Products interconnect disparate applications, platforms and networks, so that they can distribute and share information in real-time. Internet business environments represent a significant change form the past, providing the ability to make decisions based on real time information.

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MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE

(MOM)

FORECASTS AND STRATEGIES TO 2006

 

See What Is Over The Horizon

 

THE ROOTS OF MISSION CRITICAL MIDDLEWARE MESSAGING SPREAD DEEP INTO THE HEART OF THE INDUSTRY, SUSTAINING A STRONG BASE TO LEAN ON

 

 

MISSION CRITICAL MIDDLEWARE MESSAGING,

Positioning TO PARTICIPATE IN HIGH GROWTH Internet Business to Business Exchange SEGMENTS

MARKET STRATEGIES AND FORECASTS TO 2006

 

 

CHECK OUT THESE KEY TOPICS

 

. Middleware messaging provides a robust, comprehensive software infrastructure.

MOM Market Strategies

MOM Market Positioning

MOM Market Growth Opportunities

End to End Solutions

Products interconnect disparate

applications, platforms and networks

MOM Market Forecasts

Worldwide Market Shares

Mission Critical Middleware Messaging

Rule Engines

Switches, Routers, Adapters, Routing Engines

Transformation Engines, Publish Subscribe

Integration Broker Markets Shares

MOM Cross Platform Market Shares

 

 

Data networking equipment depends on infrastructure software to support the computing shift.  Infrastructure software has traditionally been developed in-house and is often inadequate for the performance and scalability demands of networked business environments.  This problem is exacerbated by rapidly growing numbers of users and volumes of data, the proliferation of diverse computing devices, such as mainframes, UNIX and NT servers, PCs, and handheld and wireless devices.

Increasingly stringent performance and reliability requirements are found in the market.  A real-time infrastructure must connect applications running across a variety of private and public networks, including the Internet.  Most existing systems were designed assuming a local area network or other small, well-controlled, homogenous network.

Applications need to operate in unpredictable and heterogeneous wide area networks, including the Internet.  Middleware messaging provides a robust, comprehensive software infrastructure.  Products interconnect disparate applications, platforms and networks, so that they can distribute and share information in real-time.  Internet business environments represent a significant change form the past, providing the ability to make decisions based on real time information.

 

 

REPORT METHODOLOGY

 

This is the Forty First report in a series of market research reports that provide forecasts in communications, telecommunications, the internet, computer, software, and telephone equipment.  The project leaders take direct responsibility for writing and preparing each report.  They have significant experience preparing industry studies.  Forecasts are based on primary research and proprietary data bases.  Forecasts reflect analysis of the market trends in the segment and related segments.  Unit and dollar shipments are analyzed through consideration of dollar volume of each market participation in the segment.  market share analysis includes conversations with marketing directors, distributors, leading market participants, and companies seeking to develop measurable market share.  Over 200 in depth interviews are conducted for each report with a broad range of key participants and opinion leaders in the market segment.

 

 

Application Integration is Central to

Implementation of Business Exchanges

 

YOU MUST HAVE THIS STUDY

 

COMPANIES PROFILED

 

   BEA

BMC

Candle

Commerce Quest

IBM

Level 8

LogiSys

Microsoft

MQSoftware

Talarian

Talarian Revenue 

Talarian Customer Base

Tibco Software


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING

ES-1  Mission Critical Messaging (MOM)


MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE DEFINITION

1.  Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Definition   1-1

1.1           Growth Of Organization-Wide Networks  1-1

1.2           Network Computing  1-3

1.3           Open Middleware Systems  1-4

1.4           Businesses Engineering  1-5

1.5           Role Of Mission Critical Middleware Messaging  1-6

1.6           Mission-Critical Functionality  1-6

1.7           Messaging Software  1-8

1.8           Linking Internal Operations  1-8

1.9           Distributing Information  1-10

1.9.1               High Performance  1-11

1.9.2               Scalability  1-12

1.9.3               Automatic Configuration  1-13

1.9.4               Network Utilization  1-14

1.9.5               Reliable, Robust Systems  1-14

1.9.6               Technology Issues  1-16

1.10         Messaging Professional Services Offerings  1-16

1.11         Development Trends  1-17

1.12         Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics  1-19

1.12.1             Industry Consolidation  1-21

1.12.2             Transaction Delivery Networks  1-22

1.13         Content Distribution Multicast Solutions  1-23

1.13.1             Multicast 1-24

1.13.2             Adapters  1-25


MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MARKET FORECASTS

2.  Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts   2-1

2.1           Strategy  2-1

2.2           Market Opportunity  2-5

2.3           Market Driving Forces  2-9

2.4           Principal Competitive Factors  2-11

2.5           Market Analysis  2-12

2.6           Market Participants  2-13

2.7           Mission Critical Messaging Market Penetration  2-17

2.8           Mission Critical Messaging Installed Base Analysis  2-18

2.9           Mission Critical Messaging Forecasts  2-21

2.10         Distributed Processing Integration Broker Market Shares  2-24

2.11         Distributed Processing Integration Broker Market Forecasts  2-26

2.12         AI System Management 2-29

2.12.1             Application Integration Systems Management Market Forecasts  2-33

2.13         AI Regional Analysis  2-35

2.14         Application Integration Market Trends  2-40

2.15         Market Driving Forces  2-41

2.16         Application Integration Market Shares  2-44

2.17         (AI) Integration Broker Market Forecasts  2-47

2.17.1             AI Integration Broker Segment Market Analysis  2-49

2.18         Global Exchange Services  2-52

2.19         Messaging Services Market 2-53

2.19.1             Services Forecast 2-53

2.19.2             Services Market Participants  2-54

2.19.3             Messaging Services Market Driving Forces  2-55

2.20         System Management 2-58


EAI Market Forecasts  (Continued)

3.  Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Product Description   3-1

3.1           De Facto Industry Standard  3-1

3.2           IBM MQSeries  3-2

3.2.1               IBM MQSeries Features  3-2

3.2.2               IBM MQSeries Family  3-3

3.2.3               Business Process Management (BPM) With MQSeries  3-6

3.2.4               Uses For MQSeries Messaging  3-8

3.2.5               Solution Positioning  3-8

3.2.6               MQSeries Advantages  3-8

3.3           Tibco Software  3-9

3.3.1               Tibco Suite Of Message Brokers  3-10

3.3.2               TIB Products  3-11

3.3.3               Tibco Active Enterprise  3-15

3.3.4               Tibco Active Exchange  3-16

3.3.5               Tibco Extensibility  3-17

3.3.6               Tibco XML Support For Databases  3-18

3.3.7               Tibco XML Canon/Developerô    3-19

3.4           Proprietary Middleware  3-22

3.5           Talarian Smartsockets  3-24

3.5.1               Talarian Real-Time Distributed Computing  3-27

3.5.2               Talarian Real-Time Messaging  3-28

3.5.3               Publish-Subscribe  3-29

3.5.4               TCP/IP And PGM Reliable Multicast 3-30

3.5.5               Multithreaded, Multiprocessor Architecture  3-30

3.5.6               Data Persistence  3-30

3.5.7               Rich Internet Application Support 3-31

3.5.8               Online Transaction Security  3-31

3.5.9               Real-Time Monitoring Of Network Applications  3-31

3.5.10             Performance Optimization  3-32

3.5.11             Fault Tolerance  3-33

3.5.12             Smartsockets Gateway  3-34

3.5.13             SmartSockets Multicast 3-34

3.6           Level 8 Systems  3-35

3.6.1               Cicero  3-35

3.6.2               Geneva Integration Suite  3-41

3.6.3               Level 8 Systems Strategy  3-42

3.6.4               Level 8 Systems Products  3-43


MESSAGE ARCHITECTURE MODELS

4.  Message Architecture Models   4-1

4.1           Message Architecture Models  4-1

4.2           Message Queuing Strategic Value  4-3

4.3           Benefits Of Mainframe Computing  4-3

4.4           Benefits Of Distributed Computing  4-5

4.5           Web Infrastructure For Network Computing  4-7

4.6           Switched, Multicast, And Cloud Network Architecture  4-11

4.7           Multicasting  4-13


MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING COMPANY PROFILES

5.  Mission Critical Messaging Company Profiles   5-1

5.1           BEA   5-1

5.1.1               BEA Revenue  5-3

5.1.2               BEA Customers  5-4

5.2           BMC   5-4

5.3           Candle  5-7

5.3.1               Messaging Middleware Management 5-12

5.3.2               Platforms Supported  5-13

5.3.3               Candle E-Business  5-15

5.3.4               Candle Products  5-15

5.3.5               Candle Service Positioning  5-16

5.4           Commerce Quest 5-17

5.5           IBM    5-18

5.5.1               IBM Software Infrastructure  5-21

5.5.2               IBM Software Revenue  5-22

5.5.3               Tivoli Systems  5-23

5.5.4               IBM Global Services  5-24

5.6           Level 8  5-24

5.6.1               Level 8 Acquisitions  5-25

5.6.2               Level 8 Products  5-25

5.6.3               Level 8 Systems Revenue  5-28

5.7           LogiSys  5-28

5.8           Microsoft 5-29

5.9           MQSoftware  5-31

5.10         Talarian  5-32

5.10.1             Talarian Revenue  5-33

5.10.2             Talarian Customer Base  5-34

5.10.3             Talarian Sales And Marketing Initiatives  5-34

5.10.4             Security From Certicom   5-35

5.10.5             Products  5-36

5.11         Tibco Software  5-36

5.11.1             Tibco Products  5-38

5.11.2             Tibco Customers  5-39

5.11.3             Tibco Software Revenue 2000  5-40

5.11.4             Tibco Software First Quarter 2001 Financial Results  5-42

5.11.5             Highlights For Tibco's First Fiscal Quarter 2001  5-42

5.11.6             Tibco Strategic Partners  5-43

5.11.7             Tibco Products  5-43

 


Many of these Key Topics Have Phenomenal Subcategories

 

List of Tables and Figures


Market Forecasts 2001-2006              Market Shares 2000

Table 1-1  1-2

Advantages Of Real-Time Communication Of Information

Table 1-2  1-4

Messaging Middleware Functionality

Table 1-3  1-7

Enterprise Messaging Integration Functions

Table 1-4  1-9

Internal Enterprise Application Integration Tasks

Table 1-5  1-19

Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics

List of Tables and Figures  (Continued)


Market Forecasts 2001-2006       Market Shares 2000

Table 2-1  2-1

Middleware Messaging Strategy

Table 2-2  2-3

Middleware Messaging Strategies

Table 2-3  2-7

Changing Messaging Middleware Market Conditions

Table 2-4  2-9

Middleware Messaging Technology Positioning

Table 2-5  2-10

Messaging Middleware Market Driving Forces

Table 2-6  2-11

Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Competitive Factors

Figure 2-7                                                                                                                                                                       2-14

Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Market Shares, 2000

Table 2-8                                                                                                                                                                        2-14

Message Oriented Middleware Market Shares, 2000

Table 2-9  2-16

Characteristics Of IBM MQSeries Middleware Market Leadership Position

Table 2-10                                                                                                                                                                      2-17

Messaging Middleware Mainframe And Server Penetration Market Forecast Analysis, 2000-2006

Figure 2-11                                                                                                                                                                     2-18

Messaging Middleware Mainframe Installed Base Market Forecast Analysis, 2000-2006

Figure 2-12                                                                                                                                                                     2-19

Messaging Middleware Server Installed Base Market Forecast Analysis, 2000-2006

Figure 2-13                                                                                                                                                                     2-20

Messaging Middleware Total Installed Base Forecast Analysis, 2000-2006

Table 2-14                                                                                                                                                                      2-21

Messaging Middleware Mainframe And Server Installed Base Market Forecast Analysis, 2000-2006

Figure 2-15                                                                                                                                                                     2-22

Messaging Middleware Mainframe Shipment Market 2000-2006

Figure 2-16                                                                                                                                                                     2-23

Global Mission Critical Middleware Market Forecast, 2000-2006

Table 2-17                                                                                                                                                                      2-24

Messaging Middleware Mainframe And Server Shipment Market Forecast Analysis, 2000-2006

Figure 2-18                                                                                                                                                                     2-25

Distributed Message Engine Market Segments, 2000

Table 2-19                                                                                                                                                                      2-26

Distributed Messaging Engine Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-20                                                                                                                                                                     2-28

Messaging Middleware Distributed Processing Market Forecast Analysis, 2000-2006

Table 2-21                                                                                                                                                                      2-29

Distributed Messaging Market Forecasts, 2000-2006

Figure 2-22                                                                                                                                                                     2-30

Application Integration System Management Market Shares, 2000

 

Table 2-23                                                                                                                                                                      2-31

AI System Management Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-24                                                                                                                                                                     2-32

Messaging Middleware System Management Market Shares, 2000

Table 2-25                                                                                                                                                                      2-33

Messaging Middleware System Management Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-26                                                                                                                                                                     2-34

Worldwide Middleware Messaging and Application Integration System Management Market Forecast, 2000-2006

Table 2-27                                                                                                                                                                      2-34

Messaging Middleware and AI Systems Management Market Forecasts, 2000-2006

Table 2-28                                                                                                                                                                      2-35

Messaging Middleware and AI Systems Management Market Forecasts, 2000-2006

Figure 2-29                                                                                                                                                                     2-36

Worldwide AI Broker Regional Market Shares, 2000

Table 2-30                                                                                                                                                                      2-37

EAI Regional Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-31                                                                                                                                                                     2-38

EAI Regional Market Shares, 2006

Table 2-32                                                                                                                                                                      2-39

EAI Regional Market Shares, 2006

Table 2-33  2-39

AI Application Development Market Segments

Table 2-34  2-40

Networked Business Systems Integration

Table 2-35  2-43

Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-36                                                                                                                                                                     2-45

Worldwide Integration Broker Market Shares, 2000

Table 2-37                                                                                                                                                                      2-46

Application Integration Market Shares, 2000

Figure 2-38                                                                                                                                                                     2-47

Application Integration Broker, Market Forecasts, 2000-2006

Table 2-39                                                                                                                                                                      2-48

Summary Application Integration Broker Market Segment Forecasts,

2000-2006

Figure 2-40                                                                                                                                                                     2-50

Worldwide Integration Broker Market Segments, 2000

Figure 2-41                                                                                                                                                                     2-51

Worldwide Integration Broker Market Segments, 2006

Table 2-42  2-54

Middleware Messaging Services Market Participants

Table 2-43  2-55

Challenges Of Vertical Market Messaging Services

Table 2-44  2-57

Message Queuing Services Business Drivers


List of Tables and Figures  (Continued)


Market Forecasts 2001-2006       Market Shares 2000

Table 3-1  3-2

IBM MQSeries Features

Table 3-2  3-4

IBM MQSeries Key Elements

Table 3-3  3-5

MQSeries Everyplace and Windows Functions

Table 3-4  3-5

MQSeries Integrator

Table 3-5  3-6

MQSeries Workflow

Table 3-6  3-9

MQSeries Advantages

Table 3-7  3-12

Tibco Product Lines

Table 3-8  3-13

Tibco Target Markets

Table 3-9  3-14

Tibco Product Positioning

Table 3-10  3-16

TIBCO ActiveExchange Functions

Table 3-11  3-20

Key Features Of Tibco XCD

Table 3-12  3-21

XML Vocabularies, Grammars, And Component-Level Reuse

Table 3-13  3-21

Tibco XML Distributed Collaboration Aims

Table 3-14  3-23

Microsoft MSMQ Messaging Middleware System Functions

Table 3-15  3-25

Talarian SmartSockets Add-On Modules

Table 3-16  3-25

Talarian SmartSockets Key Features

Table 3-17  3-27

Talarian SmartSockets Configuration System

Table 3-18  3-32

High Performance And Real-Time Message Throughput

Table 3-19  3-33

SmartSocket Features


 

List of Tables and Figures  (Continued)


Market Forecasts 2001-2006       Market Shares 2000

Table 4-1                                                                                                                                                                          4-2

Message Architecture Models

Table 4-2  4-5

Benefits Of Mainframe Computing

Table 4-3  4-6

Benefits Offered By Distributed Computing

Table 4-4  4-8

Enterprise Use Of The World Wide Web

Table 4-5  4-9

Business Use Of Intranets

Table 4-6  4-10

Value Of Internet Appliances

Table 4-7  4-12

Middleware Messaging Deployment Platform

 


 

List of Tables and Figures  (Continued)


Market Forecasts 2001-2006       Market Shares 2000

Table 5-1  5-9

Candle Strategic Alliances

Table 5-2  5-10

Candle Industry Relationships

Table 5-3  5-20

IBM Selected Strengths And Challenges Of Middleware Messaging

Table 5-4  5-37

Tibco Selected Market Strengths and Challenges in Middleware Messaging

 


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WinterGreen Research, founded in 1985, provides strategic market assessments in telecommunications, communications equipment, health care, and advanced computer technology.  Industry reports focus on opportunities that will expand existing markets or develop major new markets.  The reports assess new product and service positioning strategies, new and evolving technologies, and technological impact on products, services, and markets.  Market shares are provided.  Leading market participants are profiled, and their marketing strategies, acquisitions, and strategic alliances are discussed.  The principals of WinterGreen Research have been involved in analysis and forecasting of international business opportunities in telecommunications and advanced computer technology markets for over 30 years.

 

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Ellen T. Curtiss, Technical Director, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, conducts strategic and market assessments in technology-based industries.  Previously she was a member of the staff of Arthur D. Little, Inc., for 23 years, most recently as Vice President of Arthur D. Little Decision Resources, specializing in strategic planning and market development services.  She is a graduate of Boston University and the Program for Management Development at Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration.  She is the author of recent studies on worldwide telecommunications markets and the Top Ten Telecommunications market analysis and forecasts.

 

Susan Eustis, President, co-founder of WinterGreen Research, has done research in communications and computer markets and applications.  She holds several patents in micro-computing and parallel processing.  She has patents on the first electronic voting machine, and has patent applications for new voting machines, new multi-processors, the operating system for the Internet, and has developed a new n-dimensional mathematics.  She is the author of recent studies of the Regional Bell Operating Companies' marketing strategies, Internet equipment, a study of Internet Equipment, Worldwide Telecommunications Equipment, Top Ten Telecommunications, Digital Loop Carrier, Web Hosting, and Application Integration markets.  Ms. Eustis is a graduate of Barnard College.

 

 

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