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Middleware And E-Commerce: Markets Continue Rapid Expansion, Strategies And Forecasts To 2002

  • ID: 34155
  • January 1998
  • Region: Global
  • 210 pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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Middleware supports application integration. Middleware provides Internet commerce implementation products and network transport infrastructure packaged products. Products provide infrastructure, secure enterprise application integration (EAI), and systems management.

Growth of Internet markets and demand for supply-chain connectivity are primary middleware and EAI market drivers. Significant market opportunity exists as $500 million markets in 1997 are growing at rates that will permit markets to reach $13.7 billion by 2002.

Middleware and EAI systems use a message queuing layer in servers and host systems to ease application development. Messaging packages provide interfaces that connect Internet applications with legacy and distributed systems. EAI packages provide routing, formatting and transformation of information between SAP, Peoplesoft, Oracle, and other applications and databases. Enterprise-wide mission critical messaging is achieved via middleware.

This report addresses the following questions:

- What are the high growth market sectors?
- How do companies position?
- Which products are doing well?
- How are products targeted?
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. MIDDLEWARE MARKET DRIVING FORCES

Network computing

Message queuing

On-line transaction servers

Need for solutions

Middleware management

Consulting and services

2. MESSAGE QUEUING MIDDLEWARE

Market driving forces

Summary forecasts

Message queuing Middleware

Market shares

Market forecasts

Systems management

Online transaction processing

Competitive positioning

Object brokers

Message brokers

Internet and electronic commerce

Internet users

Internet hosts

Managed data network Queued messaging services

3. MIDDLEWARE PRODUCTS

Messaging software

IBM MQSeries

MQSeries integrator

MQSeries workflow

MQSeries configuration

Resources organized by line of business

Microsoft MSMQ

Tibco

Tib2MQ

BEA

BEA MessageQ

Level 8

BMC software

Systems management

Candle

Boole & Babbage

Tivoli

Distributed transaction processors

BEA Tuxedo

BEA solution sets

IBM on line distributed

Encina

On-line transaction

TXSeries

Message brokers

IBM

Neon

TSI

Healthdyne Information

Tibco

Level 8 systems

Talarian

Active Software

4. MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGY

Event management

Recovery logic

Automatic logging

Message selection

Message recovery services

Security

Components / directories

Encina components

Tuxedo directory

Database kernels

Agents

Desired state management

Boole & Babbage

BMC Software

Microsoft

Buffer management

Candle

Topology

5. MIDDLEWARE COMPANY PROFILES

BEA

BMC

Boole & Babbage

Candle

Expersoft

Healthdyne Information

IBM

IBM Hursley / MQSeries

Transarc

Level 8

Lynx

Microsoft / MSMQ

Mint Communication

New Era Of Networks

Reuters / Tibco

TSI

Vie

Vitria

6. MIDDLEWARE APPLICATIONS

Banking and Finance

Utilities

Government

Manufacturing

Banking

Systems management

Level 8 Systems / Borders.com / Iona

TSI / Sara Lee

TSI / Toronto Dominion

TSI healthcare

7. MIDDLEWARE SERVICES

Message queuing

Distributed transaction

Middleware management

Candle consulting services

8. MIDDLEWARE STRATEGIES AND STRATEGIC ALLIANCES

Partner programs

MQSeries partners

Candle / IBM reseller

NEON / IBM

BMC partners

HIE partners

TSI partners

IBM and Sybase

Level 8 / Mitsui

BEA strategic partnerships

Management strategy

Boole & Babbage / BMC

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