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Enterprise Messaging Platforms and Wirespeed Messaging Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2003 to 2008

  • ID: 32331
  • Report
  • January 2003
  • Region: Global
  • 335 pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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Wirespeed messaging is used to achieve speed, flexibility and scalability for secure mission critical transaction processing.Advanced technology implements next-generation architecture. Gateways are used to develop and deploy open, standardized, enhanced services across multiple networks. Integration of multiple physical network technologies is achieved with wirespeed messaging. Modules are used to introduce features and services.

Rate plans and pricing are more aggressive than has been possible in the past. Gateways allow the integration of network capabilities with enterprise data not traditionally found in the networks. And systems operate more efficiently. Service providers, ISV’s, and developers are the target market. IT and telecommunication applications can use wirespeed messaging to achieve access to different information.

The market driving forces of wirespeed messaging include the need to achieve speed, flexability, and scalability. Used for secure mission critical transaction processing.Advance technology implements next generation architecture.Gateways used to develop and deploy open, standardized, enhanced services across multiple networks.Vendor specific APIs.Messaging significant factor in a range of industries.

Analysis of distributed mission critical messaging market shares indicates that IBM is the market leader. Distributed mission critical messaging markets are the result of automating and packaging systems integration. IT departments are largely dependent on home grown systems to automate the transfer of information between isolated centers of computing.The automation of that process brings enormous efficiency to the systems business.

The ability to provide messaging at the transport layer of the network means that applications can be developed more quickly.The use of mission critical messaging at the transport layer means that developers can separate the business process logic from the message transport logic.Frameworks can be used to create new e-services.Kabira is the only market participant with measurable market share, therefore is the leader in wirespeed messaging in 2002 with 85% market share.IBM and Tibco participate in the market because of their leadership in the mission critical middleware markets.

Wirespeed infrastructure switch supports high-volume real-time events, transactions, and connections to other systems.Active caching is performed.Bursts of traffic are handled.Infrastructure can connect all the way down to the hardware or network element layer in both directions.The software infrastructure switch issues commands directly to hardware.It accepts events, alerts, and status off of hardware.Network level real-time software is enabled.Infrastructure switches offer a powerful, high performance, standards-based software infrastructure.Underlying technology supports tens-of-thousands of events per second on commodity Unix platforms.Worldwide wirespeed messaging engines are designed to be accessed from a desktop and to support transfer of messages securely.Markets at $10 million in 2002 are expected to reach $104 million by 2008.

Wirespeed messaging is expected to be used in a range of industry segments.The ability to transport information over the networks securely, in a mission critical manner represents a fundamental aspect of doing business.Wireless market constraints represent an example of the types of uses for which wirespeed transport is significant.Capacity concern is causing wireless service providers to make difficult choices.As the number of wireless ata subscribers and services grow, minutes of use are growing exponentially.A compliant wirespeed messaging platform is useful.

Wirespeed messaging is used to integrate existing IT and network system processes into a unified service execution platform.Wirespeed messaging is used to optimize wireless data rate plans, pricing plans, provisioning, and service activation processes.

Gprs and Cmda networks are using messaging gateways to launch and deploy email, pre-paid, and data services to subscribers.Benefits of the gateway relate to lower cost.Rapid integration of SMS, MMS, switches, and IP routers can be achieved.Messaging at the wirespeed level is kept separate from the application logic.

Applications are transactional with guaranteed message delivery.24 by 7 availability is a significant market driver.Framework services deliver fail-over, authentication, load balancing, registration, and discovery services.

The key topics covered in this report include:

- Internet Business Solutions
- Wirespeed Market Forecasts
- Wirespeed Market Shares
- Wirespeed Market Growth Opportunities
- Mission Critical System Positioning
- Basic Internet Transport Protocols
- Router Based Messaging
- Integration Engines
- Interactive Dashboard Technology
- XML Platform Strategy
- Revenue Leakage Solutions
- Mission Critical Market Shares
- Telecommunications Concerns/Markets
- Messaging Market Driving Forces
- Messaging Target Markets
- Basic Internet Transport Protocols

Following is a list of the companies profiled in this report:

- IBM Corporation
- Kabira Technologies
- Fancisco Partners/GXS
- Adobe Systems
- Altova
- Abortext
- BEA
- Brio Software
- Candle
- DataPower
- Fiorano
- Ixiasoft
- Iona
- Information Builders / iWay Software
- ItemField
- Microsoft
- M2 Systems
- Progress Software
- RAi (Resource Adapters)
- Red Hat
- Rosebud Technologies
- Rosetta Net
- Software AG
- SAP
- Tibco
- Vitria
- WebMethods
- WebEx Communications
- Wind River

This report consists of 335 pages and includes 105 tables and figures.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

WIRESPEED MESSAGING EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

WIRESPEED MESSAGING EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ES-1

Wirespeed Messaging ES-1

Distributed Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares ES-2

Wirespeed Messaging Market Shares ES-4

Wirespeed Messaging Market Forecasts ES-5

Wireless Telecommunications Capacity Concern Drives Wirespeed MeCould not acquire words on page 9 ssaging Markets ES-8

WIRESPEED MESSAGING MARKET DESCRIPTION

1. WIRESPEED MESSAGING MARKET DESCRIPTION 1-1

1.1 Wire Speed Infrastructure Switch 1-1

1.1.1 Keeping Up With Constant Change 1-2

1.2 Internet Business Solutions 1-5

1.2.1 Storage Networking Strategies 1-7

1.3 Wirespeed Messaging In The Context Of IP Telephony Solutions 1-9

1.4 Wirespeed Messaging Integrated Suite Of Solutions 1-9

1.4.1 Security Solutions Improve Network Ability To Support Mission Critical Internet Applications 1-10

1.4.2 Security and Messaging 1-11

1.5 Telecommunication Carriers And Network Operators, Vertically Integrated Organizations 1-12

1.5.1 Telecommunications Intelligent Network (IN) Architecture 1-13

1.5.2 Open Source Compliance 1-13

1.6 Impact Of Wirespeed Messaging On Provisioning And Service Activation 1-14

1.7 OSS Pre-Packaged Functionality 1-18

1.8 Carrier Operational Efficiency 1-19

1.9 Base Station Systems (BSS) 1-21

1.10 Connected Messaging' 1-22

1.10.1 XML Dynamic Protocol Frameworks 1-22

1.11 Business Intelligence 1-23

1.12 Wireless Telecommunications Capacity Concern 1-24

1.13 Site-to-Site VPN Benefits 1-25

1.14 Middleware 1-26

1.15 Need For Wirespeed Messaging Middleware In Telecommunications Markets 1-27

1.16 Middleware In Telecommunications Operational Systems (OSS) Markets 1-30

1.17 Middleware In Telecommunications Mediation Markets 1-33

1.17.1 XML 1-33

1.17.2 XML Security 1-35

1.17.3 XML Manageability 1-36

1.17.4 XML-Aware Wirespeed Networking 1-36

1.18 Revenue Leakage in Convergent Service Networks // Convergent Transaction Processing 1-38

1.18.1 Wireless Billing 1-39

1.18.2 Mergers Of Wireless Carriers 1-40

1.18.3 Revenue Leakage Varies From Provider To Provider 1-40

1.18.4 Complex Service Offerings 1-41

1.18.5 Long Session Services 1-42

1.18.6 Event Architecture 1-42

1.18.7 Reasons for Revenue Leakage 1-42

1.19 Parsing Failures 1-43

1.20 Wirespeed Revenue Leakage Solutions 1-45

1.20.1 Solutions Must Be Robust, Fast & Flexible 1-45

1.20.2 Solutions Must Cross All Network Layers 1-46

1.21 Architecture for Collection 1-46

WIRESPEED MESSAGING MARKET FORECASTS

2. WIRESPEED MESSAGING MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS 2-1

2.1 Wirespeed Messaging Achieves Speed, Flexibility, And Scalability 2-1

2.1.1 Wirespeed Messaging Positioned As Mission Critical System 2-4

2.2 Distributed Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares 2-5

2.3 Distributed Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts 2-7

2.4 Wirespeed Messaging Market Shares 2-9

2.5 Wirespeed Messaging Market Forecasts 2-11

2.6 Messaging Framework Services Market Shares 2-14

2.7 Messaging Framework Services Market Forecasts 2-19

2.8 Middleware Cross Platform Mission Critical Messaging Transport 2-22

2.9 Basic Internet Transport Protocols 2-24

2.9.1 Open Infrastructure Middleware Software 2-25

2.10 Open Source Momentum and XML 2-26

WIRESPEED MESSAGING PRODUCTS

3. WIRESPEED MESSAGING AND ENTERPRISE MESSAGING PLATFORM

PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS 3-1

3.1 Wirespeed Messaging Product Positioning 3-1

3.1.1 IBM Serves All Product Areas 3-2

3.2 Types Of Business Integration 3-2

3.3 Mission Critical Transaction Messaging 3-4

3.3.1 IBM WebSphere® MQ Mission Critical Transaction Messaging 3-5

3.4 IBM Messaging For Collaboration 3-7

3.4.1 IBM Portfolio of Small / Medium Business Software 3-8

3.4.2 IBM DB2 Express 3-9

3.4.3 IBM Enterprise Instant Messaging (IM) 3-10

3.4.4 IBM Next Generation Collaboration 3-11

3.5 Router Based Wirespeed Messaging 3-12

3.5.1 Cisco Wirespeed Messaging 3-12

3.6 Wire Speed Integration Engines 3-20

3.6.1 Kabira 3-21

3.6.2 Kabira Wire Speed Messaging Solution 3-23

3.6.3 Kabira Infrastructure And Solutions Built On The OMG Model 3-23

3.6.4 Kabira Vertical Solution Frameworks 3-24

3.6.5 Kabira Automatic Generation of Adapters 3-25

3.7 Kabira Parlay/ OSA Architecture 3-25

3.7.1 Kabira Parlay/ OSA Framework 3-26

3.7.2 Kabira Service Package 3-28

3.7.3 Kabira Data Implementations 3-30

3.7.4 Kabira OSA Gateway 3-32

3.8 Message Frameworks 3-33

3.8.1 Candle Framework For Message Services 3-34

3.9 XML 3-36

4. WIRESPEED MESSAGING TECHNOLOGY 4-1

4.1 Open Service Access (OSA) 4-1

4.2 World Wide Web Consortium (W3C): 4-2

4.2.1 Web Services Interoperability Organization (WS-I): 4-2

4.3 Open Source 4-3

4.4 Embedded Systems 4-4

4.4.1 Requirements of Embedded Systems 4-4

4.5 Revenue Leakage 4-4

4.5.1 Revenue Leakage Sources 4-9

4.5.2 Factors Causing Increase in Network Revenue Leakage 4-13

4.5.3 Collection Failures 4-17

4.5.4 Overrun Errors 4-17

4.5.5 Large Number of Rating Plans 4-18

4.5.6 Long Session Services 4-18

4.5.7 Statistical Invoicing 4-19

4.5.8 Carrier Company Culture 4-19

4.5.9 Mediation Systems 4-20

4.6 Next Generation Value Added Services 4-22

4.7 Revenue Leakage Solution Characteristics 4-24

4.7.1 Revenue Leakage Network Solutions 4-26

4.7.2 Revenue Leakage Solution Architectures 4-26

4.7.3 Tunable Flow-Control Software Architecture 4-27

4.7.4 Solutions for Overrun Error Logs 4-28

4.7.5 Architecture for a Global Revenue Transaction Monitor 4-29

4.8 Quality of Service (QoS) 4-29

4.9 WS-Reliable Messaging 4-30

4.9.1 Architecture for Reliable Messaging Delivery 4-32

4.10 Mediation Platforms 4-32

4.10.1 Kabira Technologies Solution Architectures 4-38

4.10.2 Validation / Pilot Project 4-39

4.10.3 Quantify Real-World Revenue Recovery 4-39

4.11 Configurable Systems 4-39

WIRESPEED MESSAGING COMPANY PROFILES

5. WIRESPEED MESSAGING COMPANY PROFILES 5-1

5.1 Adobe Systems 5-1

5.2 Altova 5-1

5.3 Arbortext 5-2

5.3.1 Arbortext Customers 5-3

5.4 BEA 5-3

5.4.1 BEA WebLogic 5-4

5.4.2 BEA Positioning 5-4

5.4.3 BEA Revenue 5-5

5.4.4 BEA Key Customers and Partners 5-6

5.4.5 BEA Momentum In Financial Services 5-9

5.5 Brio Software 5-9

5.5.1 Brio Software License Revenue 5-9

5.5.2 Brio Software Products 5-12

5.5.3 Brio Software Strategic Positioning 5-12

5.5.4 Brio Portal 5-14

5.6 Candle 5-14

5.6.1 Candle Supports Building Application Infrastructure Iteratively 5-15

5.6.2 Candle Corporation PathWAITM Modular Suite 5-17

5.6.3 Candle PathWAI Solution Portfolio 5-18

5.6.4 Candle PathWAI Dashboard for WebSphere Infrastructure 5-19

5.7 DataPower 5-20

5.7.1 DataPower Server-To-Server Connectivity 5-21

5.8 Fiorano Software 5-22

5.8.1 Fiorano Tifosi 5-23

5.8.2 Message Content Routing Solution 5-23

5.9 Francisco Partners / Global eXchange Services (GXS) 5-25

5.9.1 Francisco Partners 5-26

5.9.2 Global eXchange Services 5-26

5.9.3 GXS / UCCnet Strategic Alliance 5-26

5.9.4 GXS Transaction Outsourcing 5-28

5.10 IBM Corporation 5-30

5.10.1 IBM Revenue 5-32

5.10.2 IBM Manufacturing Outsourcing 5-36

5.10.3 IBM On-Demand Supply Chain 5-38

5.10.4 IBM Acquires Holosofx 5-39

5.10.5 IBM / PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting 5-40

5.10.6 IBM Acquires Rational Software 5-40

5.11 IXIASOFT 5-43

5.11.1 Native XML Database Supports Adobe 5-44

5.11.2 TEXTML Server 5-45

5.11.3 IXIASOFT Partnerships 5-46

5.12 Information Builders / iWay Software 5-49

5.12.1 iWay Software 5-49

5.12.2 iWay Software OEM Agreement With Ascential™ Software 5-51

5.12.3 iWay Adapters Synchronize With Microsoft Web Services 5-52

5.12.4 XML Transformation Server (XTS) 5-52

5.12.5 Enterprise Integration Broker (EIB) 5-53

5.12.6 iWay Intelligent Adapter Suite 5-54

5.12.7 iWay's Suite Of Intelligent Adapters 5-54

5.13 IONA Technologies 5-55

5.13.1 Iona Revenue 5-58

5.13.2 Iona Customers 5-59

5.13.3 Iona Revenue 5-59

5.13.4 IONA Partnership Agreements 5-60

5.13.5 IONA Customers 5-60

5.13.6 IONA Products 5-60

5.13.7 IONA Acquires Integration from Software AG 5-61

5.14 ItemField 5-62

5.15 Kabira Technologies 5-63

5.15.1 Kabira Provisioning And Service Activation 5-64

5.15.2 Kabira Regional Market Presence 5-66

5.15.3 Kabira Customer Base 5-67

5.15.4 Kabira Partners With Siebel 5-68

5.15.5 Kabira Technologies Solutions 5-69

5.16 Microsoft 5-70

5.16.1 Microsoft. Net 5-72

5.16.2 Microsoft BizTalk Server 5-74

5.16.3 Microsoft Strengths and Challenges 5-74

5.17 M2 Systems 5-76

5.17.1 M2 Systems Approach 5-76

5.18 Progress Software 5-76

5.18.1 Sonic Software 5-77

5.19 RAi (Resource Adapters) 5-77

5.20 Red Hat 5-80

5.20.1 Red Hat WireSpeed 5-81

5.20.2 Red Hat Revenue 5-82

5.21 Rosebud Technologies 5-83

5.22 RosettaNet 5-83

5.23 SAP 5-84

5.23.1 SAP CMDM 5-85

5.23.2 SAP Customers 5-85

5.23.3 Integrating SAP R/ 3 5-85

5.23.4 SAP Architecture 5-88

5.24 Software AG 5-88

5.24.1 XML-Based Integration Technology. 5-89

5.24.2 Software AG / Altio 5-89

5.24.3 Software AG Revenue 2001 · 5-90

5.24.4 Software AG / Red Oak Software 5-91

5.24.5 Software AG EntireX 5-91

5.25 Tibco 5-92

5.25.1 Tibco / Praja Business Activity Monitoring Dashboard Acquisition 5-94

5.26 Vitria 5-95

5.26.1 Vitria Revenue 5-96

5.26.2 Vitria Customers 5-97

5.26.3 Vitria Healthcare Solutions 5-97

5.27 WebMethods 5-98

5.27.1 WebMethods Revenue 5-100

5.27.2 WebMethods Customer Base 5-101

5.27.3 Government WebMethods 5-103

5.28 WebEx Communications 5-104

5.29 Wind River 5-104
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