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Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools Software Market Strategies and Forecasts, 2001-2006

  • ID: 1982
  • January 2001
  • Region: Global
  • 200 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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ANALYSIS, MODELING, AND DESIGN (AMD) TOOLS SOFTWARE MARKET EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Software Business Process Tools  ES-1
AMD Market Forecasts  ES-3
ANALYSIS, MODELING, AND DESIGN (AMD) TOOLS SOFTWARE MARKET DESCRIPTION
1.1           Software Business Process Tools Market Description  1-1
1.2           Industry Issues  1-3
1.3           Industry Challenges  1-6
1.4           Integrated Tool Solutions  1-7
1.5           Process Maturity  1-9
1.6           Software Teams  1-9
1.7           Target Users For Software Tools  1-11
1.8           Reduce Time-To-Market 1-12
1.9           Manage Change  1-12
1.10         Key Components Of Software Tool Strategy  1-13
1.11         Strategic Alliances  1-14
1.12         Industry Standards  1-14
1.13         Tools Market 1-15
1.14         Capacity Utilization  1-16
1.14.1             Top Down Internet Infrastructure Intelligence  1-16
1.15         Getting Products To Market Quickly  1-17
1.16         Localizing products  1-17
1.17         Mobile Workforce Requirements  1-18
1.18         Redefinition Of The Many Complex Relationships Among People And Processes  1-20
1.19         Internet Applications (IAD) 1-21
1.20         Java Servlets  1-22
1.20.1             Java Servlet Engines  1-22
1.21         Building Java Server Pages  1-24
1.22         Software License Product Pricing  1-25

2.1           AMD Tools Market Definition  2-1
2.2           Market Driving Forces  2-1
2.2.1               AMD Market Shares  2-4
2.2.2               AMD Market Forecasts  2-7
2.3           Object Modeling AMD   2-13
2.3.1               Object Modeling AMD Market Shares  2-14
2.3.2               Object Modeling AMD Market Forecasts  2-15
2.4           Data Modeling AMD   2-16
2.4.1               Data Modeling AMD Market Shares  2-17
2.4.2               Data Modeling AMD Market Forecasts  2-19
2.5           Repository AMD   2-20
2.5.1               Repository AMD Market Shares  2-22
2.5.2               Repository AMD Market Forecasts  2-22
2.6           Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools Regional Market Analysis  2-24
2.6.1               Rational Software Regional Revenue  2-24
ANALYSIS, MODELING, AND DESIGN (AMD) TOOLS SOFTWARE PRODUCTS
3.1           AMD Tools  3-1
3.2           Software Development Tools  3-2
3.2.1               Enterprise Java Beans  3-3
3.2.2               Creating EJB Client Applications  3-3
3.2.3               Create, Build, And Deploy A Session Bean  3-4
3.3           Rational  3-4
3.3.1               Rational Unified Process  3-4
3.3.2               Rational Integrated Solutions  3-5
3.3.3               Rational Rose Visual Modeling Solutions  3-5
3.3.4               Rational Suite  3-7
3.3.5               Rational Suite Analyst Studio  3-7
3.3.6               Rational Suite Development Studio  3-8
3.3.7               Rational Suite Test Studio  3-9
3.3.8               Rational Suite Content Studio  3-9
3.3.9               Rational Suite Enterprise  3-9
3.3.10             Rational Software Configuration and Change Management 3-10
3.3.11             Rational RequisitePro  3-11
3.3.12             Project Configuration For Java  3-13
3.3.13             Rational Rose XML Support 3-14
3.3.14             Rational Rose Web Modeling Support 3-14
3.3.15             Rational Rose Data Modeling Support 3-14
3.3.16             Rational Rose Storage Modeling  3-15
3.3.17             Rational Rose / WebGain TOPLink  3-15
3.3.18             Rational Rose SQL Server 2000  3-16
3.4           Oracle    3-16
3.4.1               Oracle Internet Developer Suite  3-16
3.4.2               Oracle JDeveloper 3-18
3.4.3               Oracle9i JDeveloper, 3-22
3.4.4               JDeveloper Leverages J2EE Platform   3-26
3.4.5               Oracle Business Components for Java  3-26
3.4.6               Java, XML and SQL combination  3-27
3.4.7               XML Tools  3-27
3.4.8               SQL and PL/SQL Tools  3-29
3.4.9               Browsing Database Objects  3-30
3.4.10             UML Modeling  3-31
3.4.11             Class Modeler / Java Classes  3-31
3.4.12             Business Components for Java  3-32
3.4.13             Activity Modeler 3-32
3.4.14             Oracle Designer 3-33
3.4.15             Oracle Systems For Developing JSP Applications  3-33
3.4.16             Oracle Internet Platform   3-34
3.5           Computer Associates Unicenter E-Business Infrastructure  3-36
3.5.1               CA Unicenter Solutions  3-37
3.5.2               eBusiness Process  3-39
3.6           Sybase PowerJ  3-40
3.6.1               PowerJ Supports Enterprise Javabeans  3-41
3.6.2               Stateful Beans  3-42
3.6.3               Creating EJB Components  3-44
3.6.4               Development of an EJB Component 3-45
3.6.5               Implementing A Servlet 3-45
3.6.6               EJB Development Roles  3-46
3.7           Aonix Lifecycle Solutions  3-48
3.7.1               Aonix's Software Through Pictures (StP) 3-49
3.8           Real-Time Development Tools  3-53
3.8.1               Aonix Object Ada Real-Time Raven  3-53
3.8.2               Aonix Automated Design Review Tool 3-54
3.9           Embarcadero  3-55
3.9.1               Embarcadero Technologies Key Product Solutions  3-56
3.9.2               Embarcadero Database Administration Solution DBArtisan  3-56
3.9.3               Database Development 3-58
3.9.4               ER/Studio Database Design  3-58
3.9.5               GDPro Application Development 3-58
3.9.6               Embarcadero Unification of Application Development and Modeling  3-60
3.10         Telelogic  3-64
3.10.1             DOORS    3-64
3.10.2             Telelogic Tau UML Suite  3-65
3.10.3             Mission-Critical Stability  3-66
3.10.4             Shared Components And Reuse  3-66
3.10.5             Superior Team Collaboration  3-67
3.10.6             Documentation Generation  3-67
3.10.7             Life Cycle Support 3-67
3.11         Automated Testing Solutions  3-69
3.11.1             Rational Test Factory  3-69
ANALYSIS MODELING, AND DESIGN (AMD) TOOLS SOFTWARE MARKET FORECASTS
4.1           Implementing A Servlet 4-1
4.2           Communicating Between Servlets  4-2
4.3           Building And Deploying Servlets  4-2
4.4           Creating Servlet Client Applications  4-3
4.5           Java Server Pages  4-4
4.6           Setting J2EE-Specific Deployment Descriptor Elements  4-5
4.7           Web Server Extension Support 4-7
ANALYSIS, MODELING, AND DESIGN (AMD) TOOLS SOFTWARE COMPANY PROFILES
5.1           Market Participants in Analysis, Modeling, and Design (AMD) Tools Software  5-1
5.2           Aonix   5-3
5.2.1               Gores Technology Group  5-4
5.3           Computer Associates  5-4
5.3.1               CA Acquisitons  5-6
5.3.2               Segment and Geographic Information  5-9
5.4           Cyrano     5-10
5.5           Dirig Software  5-11
5.6           Embarcadero Technologies  5-12
5.6.1               Embarcadero Technologies Financials  5-13
5.6.2               Embarcadero Technologies Customers  5-15
5.7           Oracle    5-15
5.7.1               Oracle Revenues  5-19
5.7.2               Oracle Geographic Information  5-20
5.8           Popkin Software  5-21
5.9           Rational Software  5-22
5.9.1               Rational Business Alliances  5-25
5.9.2               Rational Revenue  5-25
5.9.3               International Sales  5-25
5.10         Segue    5-27
5.10.1             E-Business Strategies  5-29
5.10.2             Segue Customer Base  5-29
5.10.3             Segue Software Solutions  5-30
5.10.4             Segue Software Revenue  5-32
5.11         Sybase    5-34
5.11.1             Sybase As Supplier Of Portable Intelligence Solutions  5-34
5.11.2             Sybase Integrated Data Warehouse Technologies  5-35
5.11.3             Financial Solutions  5-36
5.11.4             Sybase E-Business Solutions  5-36
5.11.5             Sybase Customers  5-36
5.11.6             Market Focus  5-37
5.11.7             Business Units  5-38
5.11.8             Financial Fusion  5-38
5.11.9             Sybase / iAnywhere Solutions  5-39
5.11.10           e-Business Division  5-39
5.11.11           Business Intelligence Division  5-40
5.11.12           Enterprise Solutions Division  5-41
5.11.13           Sybase Customers  5-42
5.11.14           Business Intelligence Division  5-45
5.12         Telelogic  5-46
5.12.1             Telelogic Products  5-46
5.12.2             Telelogic Strategy  5-47
5.12.3             Telelogic Customers  5-47
5.13         TogetherSoft 5-48

List of Tables and Figures
Table ES-1                                                                                                                                                                     ES-2
Analysis, Modeling, And Design (AMD) Tools Objectives
Figure ES-2                                                                                                                                                                   ES-3
AMD Tools Market Forecasts, 2001-2006
 
Table 1-1  1-2
Analysis, Modeling, And Design (AMD) Tools Objectives
Table 1-2  1-4
Software Development Issues
Table 1-3  1-5
Software Development Challenges
Table 1-4  1-8
Principal Tool Categories
Table 1-5  1-9
Software Teams
Table 1-6  1-10
Software Development Stages
Table 1-7  1-11
Organizational Improvement Of Software Development
 
Table 1-8  1-11
Software Engineering Disciplines
Table 1-9  1-13
Key Components Of Software Tool Strategy
Table 1-10  1-19
Mobile Professionals
Table 1-11  1-19
Use of Mobile Connections
Table 1-12  1-21
Analysis, Modeling, And Design (AMD) Tools Software Internet Target Markets
Table 1-13  1-23
Servlet Uses
 
Table 2-1  2-2
Developer Constructs Used By AMD Tools
Table 2-2  2-3
AMD Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-3                                                                                                                                                                         2-4
AMD Tools Market Shares, 2000
Figure 2-4                                                                                                                                                                         2-5
AMD Tools Market Shares, First Half 2001
Table 2-5                                                                                                                                                                          2-6
Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools AMD Shipments Market Shares,
2000 and First Half 2001
Figure 2-6                                                                                                                                                                         2-8
AMD Tools Market Forecasts, 2001-2006
Table 2-7                                                                                                                                                                          2-9
Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools (AMD)
Shipment Segments AMD Tools Market Forecasts, 2001-2006
Table 2-8                                                                                                                                                                        2-10
Worldwide AMD Tools Segments 2000
Table 2-9                                                                                                                                                                        2-11
Worldwide AMD Tools Segments, First Half 2001
Table 2-10  2-11
Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools AMD
Shipment Segments, 2000 and First Half 2001
Table 2-11  2-13
Object Modeling AMD Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-12  2-14
AMD Object Modeling Market Shares, 2000
Figure 2-13  2-16
AMD Object Modeling Market Forecasts, 2001-2006
Table 2-14  2-17
AMD Data Modeling Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-15  2-18
AMD Data Modeling Market Shares, 2000
Figure 2-16  2-19
AMD Data Modeling Market Forecasts, 2001-2006
Table 2-17  2-20
Repository AMD Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-18  2-22
Repository AMD Market Shares, 2000
Figure 2-19  2-22
Repository AMD Market Forecasts, 2001-2006
Table 2-20  2-24
Worldwide Analysis, Modeling, and Design Tools Regional Revenue Analysis, 2000
 
Table 3-1  3-2
IDEs
Table 3-2  3-6
Reverse Engineered Components
Table 3-3  3-7
Rational Team And Analyst Support
Table 3-4  3-12
Rational Rose Features
Table 3-5  3-16
Oracle Business Intelligence Tools
Table 3-6  3-18
Oracle Internet Developer Suite Internet Standards Supported
Table 3-7  3-19
Oracle JDeveloper Features
Table 3-8  3-20
Oracle JDeveloper Integrated Environment
Table 3-9  3-21
Internet Rapid Application Development Constructs
Table 3-10  3-22
Oracle JDeveloper Tools
Table 3-11  3-23
Oracle JDeveloper Development Target Markets
Table 3-12  3-24
Oracle JDeveloper Products
Table 3-13  3-25
Tools Targeted To Make Application Development More Productive
Table 3-14  3-28
Oracle XML Schema
Table 3-15  3-29
Features For Managing Connections And Browsing Database Objects
Table 3-16  3-30
Types Of Schemas Represented As Objects by Oracle
Table 3-17  3-34
JDeveloper Wizards and Custom Tags
Table 3-18  3-37
Unicenter e-Business Infrastructure
Table 3-19  3-38
CA Product Line
Table 3-20  3-40
Computer Associates Hardware Platforms And Operating Systems Supported
Table 3-21  3-41
Sybase PowerJ Functions
Table 3-22  3-47
EJB Container Features
Table 3-23  3-50
Aonix Software Lifecycle Phases Linked
 
Table 3-24  3-51
Aonix StP Product Family
Table 3-25  3-52
Project Artifacts Managed By Stp Product Family
Table 3-26  3-54
Key Features of Aonix RAVEN
Table 3-27  3-56
Embarcadero Technologies Key Product Solutions
Table 3-28  3-57
DBArtisan Administration Phase Of The Database Lifecycle
Table 3-29  3-59
GDPro Features
Table 3-30  3-61
Embarcadero Describe Benefits
Table 3-31  3-68
Multiple Language Code Generation
 
Table 4-1  4-5
J2EE Components
Table 4-2  4-6
How To Add An EJB Reference
 
Table 5-1  5-1
Market Participants in Analysis, Modeling, and Design (AMD) Tools Software Markets
Table 5-2  5-16
Systems Software Internet Platform Functions
Table 5-3  5-17
Systems Software Internet Platform Features
Table 5-4  5-23
Rational Business Applications Customers
Table 5-5  5-28
Segue Software e-business Positioning
Table 5-6  5-31
Segue Software Solutions
Table 5-7  5-33
Segue Software Customers

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