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Backbone Connectivity Messaging Middleware Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2006 to 2012

  • Published: December 2006
  • Region: Global
  • 509 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • BEA
  • Fiorano
  • GXS
  • IBM
  • Oracle
  • SAP
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Backbone connectivity rests on the defacto industry standard WebSphereMQ. WebSphereMQ works for mainframe and distributed computing environments. SOAP that implements web services; JMS that provides Java based messaging SCADA real time message transport and the Microsoft .NET are complementary data messaging capabilities that interconnect and frequently use WebSphereMQ wrappers to pass information seamlessly.

The ability to transfer messages in a secure manner is central to transaction processing. Once and only once message delivery across platforms is a central IT task. Backbone connectivity evolves a way to achieve cross platform delivery in a manner that is most efficient for the task at hand.

There are many different types of messaging needed to achieve integrating departments. Funding IT infrastructure in a manner that supports deployment of 3000 applications or 60,000 applications depends on the availability of messaging systems that provide seamless, reliable data transport.

Worldwide backbone connectivity messaging markets at $2 billion in 2005 were $1.1 billion in the first half 2006, indicating some growth even in the first half. Markets are anticipated READ MORE >

Table of Contents

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ES-1
Data Messaging Of Transactions Implements Currency ES-1
Backbone Connectivity ES-2
Message Store-And-Forward Capability ES-2
Backbone Connectivity Growth Factors ES-3
Backbone Connectivity Messaging Market Shares ES-6
Backbone Connectivity Messaging Market Share Analysis ES-8
IBM WebSphere MQ Defacto Industry Standard Messaging ES-9
IBM WebSphere MQ Messaging, Microsoft MSMQ, And Sonicmq Transport ES-10
SOAP and JMS Message Containers ES-11
Backbone Connectivity Messaging Market Forecasts ES-12
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging License and Maintenance Market Forecasts ES-14
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging License and Maintenance Market Segment Forecasts ES-14
BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET DEFINITION

1. BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET DEFINITION 1-1
1.1 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging 1-1
1.1.1 Messaging Solutions 1-1
1.2 MQ Message Trends 1-2
1.3 Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics 1-4
1.3.1 Mission-Critical Functionality 1-7
1.3.2 Mission Critical MQ Messaging 1-9
1.3.3 Java Message Service (JMS) 1-9
1.3.4 SOAP Envelope Defines A Framework 1-10
1.3.5 SOAP Key Standard 1-10
1.3.6 Apache Soap 1-11
1.3.7 Load Balancer With SSL Support 1-12
1.3.8 SOAP Points Of Failure 1-13
1.3.9 Soap Limitations 1-13
1.3.10 Diameter Architecture 1-16
1.4 Messaging Software 1-17
1.4.1 Linking Internal Operations 1-17
1.4.2 Distributing Information 1-20
1.5 Information Technology Environments Increasingly Complex 1-22
1.5.1 Heterogeneous Computing Environments 1-23
1.5.2 Technology Challenges 1-24
1.6 Types of Mission Critical Messaging 1-24
1.6.1 Middleware Messaging 1-25
1.6.2 Event-Driven Applications 1-25
1.6.3 Publish-Subscribe 1-25
1.6.4 Subject-Based Addressing 1-26
1.6.5 Location Transparency 1-26
1.6.6 Self-Describing Data 1-27
1.6.7 IP Multicast 1-27
1.6.8 Transaction Delivery Networks 1-28
1.6.9 Multicast 1-30
1.6.10 Multicast Adapters 1-30
1.6.11 SOA Web Services 1-31
1.7 Support For Distributed Computing 1-32
1.7.1 Growth Of Organization-Wide Networks 1-32
1.8 Network Computing 1-35
1.8.1 Network Utilization 1-36
1.8.2 Moving Transactions 1-37
1.8.3 Interconnecting E-Mail Systems 1-37
1.8.4 Open Middleware Systems 1-38
1.9 Mission Critical Messaging Provides The Base Application Integration 1-38
1.9.1 Application Server and Application Integration Depend on Mission Critical Messaging 1-42
1.10 Businesses Process Engineering 1-43
1.10.1 Key Component Of Business Process Management 1-43
1.10.2 Difference Between Business Process Management (BPM) and Workflow 1-44
1.11 High Performance 1-45
1.11.1 Scalability 1-46
1.11.2 Automatic Configuration 1-47
1.11.3 Reliable, Robust Systems 1-48

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY AND MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

2. BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY AND MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS 2-1
2.1 Backbone Connectivity Growth Factors 2-1
2.2 Backbone Connectivity Messaging Market Shares 2-5
2.2.1 Backbone Connectivity Messaging Market Segments 2-10
2.2.2 IBM Offers Full Range Of Backbone Connectivity Across All Platforms with Open Systems 2-15
2.2.3 .NET Microsoft Web Services Strategy Integrated Across The Microsoft Platform 2-15
2.2.4 Difference Between Open Systems Backbone Connectivity Across All Platforms and Messaging Integrated Across The Microsoft Platform 2-16
2.2.5 Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Services Market Shares 2-17
2.3 Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging License and Maintenance Market Forecasts 2-22
2.3.1 Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging License and Maintenance Market Segment Forecasts 2-22
2.3.2 Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging License, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts 2-27
2.4 Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares 2-33
2.5 Backbone Connectivity Messaging Regional Analysis 2-35

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3. BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 3-1
3.1 Backbone Connectivity 3-1
3.1.1 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging 3-2
3.1.2 Message Store-And-Forward Capability 3-2
3.1.3 Publish-And-Subscribe Service Structure 3-5
3.1.4 Mission Critical Messaging Supports Internet Computing 3-6
3.1.5 IBM WebSphere MQ Middleware Messaging De Facto Industry Standard 3-7
3.2 IBM WebSphere MQ 3-8
3.2.1 IBM Web Sphere MQ Security 3-10
3.2.2 IBM WebSphere MQ JMS and SSL Capability 3-11
3.4.6 IBM WebSphere® MQ Operating Systems Supported 3-13
3.2.4 IBM WebSphere MQ Features 3-16
3.2.5 IBM WebSphere MQ Mission Critical Functions 3-21
3.4.11 IBM WebSphere® MQ Mission Critical Messaging Features 3-22
3.2.7 IBM WebSphere MQ Transport 3-27
3.4.2 IBM WebSphere Software 3-28
3.4.7 IBM WebSphereMQ Software Functions 3-29
3.4.8 IBM WebSphere MQ Security Functions 3-31
3.4.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Framework Functions 3-33
3.4.10 IBM WebSphere MQ Everyplace Functions 3-34
3.4.12 IBM WebSphere MQ Time-Independent Processing 3-35
3.4.13 IBM WebSphere Message Queue Interface 3-36
3.4.14 IBM WebSphere MQ Support For Open Standards 3-37
3.4.15 IBM WebSphere MQ Wide-Scale Messaging 3-37
3.2.17 IBM WebSphere MQ for z/OS 3-38
3.2.18 IBM WebSphere MQ Product Positioning 3-45
3.3 Tibco Messaging Integrated With EAI Components 3-47
3.3.1 Tibco Messaging Solutions 3-47
3.3.2 Tibco Enterprise™ for JMS 3-49
3.3.3 Tibco Support for .NET and Wireless Service 3-50
3.3.4 Tibco Enterprise Message Service 3-51
3.3.5 Tibco Messaging Scalability And Fault-Tolerance 3-54
3.3.6 Tibco Messaging Support for Standards 3-55
3.3.7 Tibco Integration of Technologies 3-57
3.3.8 Tibco Rendezvous™ TX 3-61
3.3.9 Tibco Scalable Guaranteed Transactional Messaging 3-64
3.3.10 Tibco Rendezvous TX Architecture 3-64
3.3.11 Tibco Messaging 3-66
3.3.12 Tibco Rendezvous Positioning 3-69
3.3.13 Tibco Rendezvous™ 3-70
3.3.14 Tibco SmartSockets 3-74
3.3.15 TIBCO SmartPGM 3-76
3.3.16 TIBCO SmartPGM FX 3-76
3.4 Microsoft MSMQ 3-76
3.4.1 Microsoft BizTalk Adapter for MSMQ 3-77
3.4.2 Microsoft BizTalk Server 3-79
3.4.3 Microsoft Proprietary Middleware 3-83
3.4.4 Microsoft .Net BizTalk MSMQ 3-85
3.4.5 Microsoft .Net BizTalk Messaging 3-85
3.4.6 Microsoft .Net BizTalk Messaging Manager objects 3-86
3.4.7 Microsoft .Net BizTalk Messaging Ports 3-87
3.4.8 Microsoft .Net BizTalk Document Definitions 3-87
3.4.9 Microsoft .Net BizTalk Envelopes 3-87
3.4.10 Microsoft .Net BizTalk Distribution Lists 3-88
3.5 Progress Software Sonic MQ 3-88
3.5.1 Progress Software SonicMQ 3-90
3.5.2 Progress Software Sonic SOA Targets TIBCO EAI 3-91
3.5.3 Progress Software Sonic Software Sonic MQ 3-92
3.5.4 Progress Software Sonic Software Sonic SOA Suite 3-93
3.5.5 Sonic SOA Suite 3-108
3.5.6 SonicMQ Clustering / Multiple Server Support 3-108
3.5.7 SonicMQ Bridges 3-114
3.5.8 SonicXQ™ 3-114
3.5.9 SonicMQ Distributed 2-Phase Transaction Support 3-115
3.5.10 SonicMQ Advanced Clustering Technology 3-116
3.5.11 SonicMQ Dynamic Routing Architecture 3-116
3.5.12 SonicMQ Encryption 3-116
3.5.13 SonicMQ Authentication and Authorization 3-117
3.5.14 Sonic ESB 3-118
3.5.15 Sonic XML Server 3-119
3.5.16 Sonic Workbench 3-119
3.5.17 Sonic Software Positioning 3-120
3.5.18 Charles River Development/Sonic Enterprise Message 3-121
3.6 Sun Microsystems / SeeBeyond e*Gate™ 3-121
3.6.1 Sun Java System Message Queue 3-124
3.6.2 Sun Java Application Platform Suite 3-125
3.7 Oracle 3-126
3.7.1 Oracle Portal 3-127
3.7.2 Oracle Service Delivery Platform 3-127
3.7.3 Oracle SOA Suite 3-128
3.7.4 Oracle9iAS Message Store 3-129
3.8 BEA MessageQ 3-131
3.8.1 BEA Cluster Architecture 3-132
3.8.2 BEA Security 3-133
3.8.3 BEA Tuxedo 9.1 3-134
3.9 Pervasive Software Flexible Integration Through Messaging 3-135
3.10 Publish Subscribe Systems 3-135
3.10.1 IBM WebSphere MQ Publish / Subscribe Messaging Domain 3-137
3.10.2 Tibco BusinessWorks Use Of Rendezvous™ Messaging 3-139
3.10.3 Tibco® BusinessWorks Features 3-140
3.11 Wire Speed Integration Engines 3-144
3.11.1 Kabira 3-144
3.11.2 Kabira Wire Speed Messaging Solution 3-146
3.11.3 Kabira Transaction Switch 3-147
3.11.4 Kabira Infrastructure System Foundation 3-149
3.12 Other Messaging Systems 3-151
3.12.1 Cape Systems 3-151
3.12.2 Synergy Financial Systems 3-152
3.12.3 Synergy Web-Browser To Create, Fix And Validate Swift Messages 3-152
3.12.4 FioranoMQ™ 2006 3-158
3.12.5 webMethods Integration Platform XML Messaging 3-159
3.12.6 Envoy Technologies 3-159
3.12.7 Envoy MQ 3-160
3.12.8 Envoy MQ Message Connectors: Leveraging Application Infrastructure 3-161
3.12.9 Envoy Connect 3-163
3.12.10 FioranoMQ™ 3-166
3.12.11 FioranoMQ 2006 3-167
3.12.12 FioranoMQ Server Components and their Utilities 3-167
3.12.13 Profile Manager 3-172
3.12.14 JMX Explorer 3-173
3.12.15 FioranoMQ XA Support 3-173
3.12.16 FioranoMQ RDBMS Support 3-174
3.12.17 FioranoMQ Encryption Support 3-174
3.12.18 FioranoMQ Compression Support 3-174
3.12.19 FioranoMQ Scalability 3-175
3.12.20 FioranoMQ High-Performance 3-175
3.12.21 FioranoMQ JMS 1.1 Compliance 3-175
3.12.22 FioranoMQ XML Content Based Routing 3-176
3.12.23 FioranoMQ Durable Connection 3-176
3.12.24 FioranoMQ HTTP and SSL Support in C Run time library 3-177
3.12.25 FioranoMQ Client Side Persistence 3-177
3.12.26 Fiorano Messaging MQ 3-178
3.12.27 Fiorano Messaging MQ Tools Layer 3-180
3.12.28 Fiorano Messaging MQ Peer Layer 3-181
3.12.29 Messaging MQ Service Provider Layer 3-185
3.12.30 Fiorano Messaging MQ Peer to Peer Architecture 3-188
3.12.31 Fiorano MQ 3-189
3.12.32 Fiorano MQ 8.0 3-189
3.12.33 Fiorano MQ 7.5 3-190
3.12.34 FioranoMQ Server Components 3-191
3.12.35 GoAhead Software 3-192
3.12.36 GoAhead Customers 3-194
3.12.37 GoAhead Products 3-196
3.13 Mission Critical Messaging and Enterprise Application Integration Monitoring 3-196
3.13.1 Management From A Centralized Location 3-197
3.14 IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON® XE for WebSphere® MQ Monitoring 3-198
3.14.1 IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON MQ Monitoring Benefits 3-199
3.15 MQSoftware Q Pasa! 3-201
3.15.1 Q Pasa! Version 3.3 3-204
3.15.2 MQSoftware Q Pasa! Customized Business Dashboard 3-204
3.15.3 MQSoftware Q Pasa! Key Technical Benefits 3-205
3.15.4 MQSoftware Q Pasa! Business Dashboard 3-213
3.15.5 Hewlett Packard OpenView for MQSoftware Q Pasa! 3-214
3.15.6 MQSoftware Q Pasa! Ready for IBM Tivoli 3-214
3.16 Cisco Application-Oriented Networking 3-215
3.16.1 Application-Oriented Networking Acts On Messages 3-215
3.16.2 AON Uses The Network To Translate Application Languages 3-216
3.16.3 AON Using Graphical Tools Embedded In The Network 3-218
3.16.4 AON Helps Enforce Application-Level Security Policies 3-221
3.16.5 AON Brings Optimization Of Network Resources 3-221
3.16.6 Cisco AON Equipment 3-221
3.16.7 AON Addresses Complex Business Challenges 3-222
3.16.8 Cisco Systems Advanced Technology Application Networking Services 3-223
3.16.9 Cisco Systems Network Embedded Intelligent Message Routing System 3-223
3.16.10 Cisco AON Message Processing Network Solution 3-227
3.16.11 Cisco AON Business Value 3-229
3.16.12 Cisco AON Secure Platform For Value-Added Services 3-230
3.16.13 Cisco AON Development Studio 3-233
3.16.14 Cisco AON Management Console 3-234
3.17 Sun Java Message Service (JMS) 3-235
3.17.1 Sun Java Message Service SendOrder.java 3-236
3.17.2 Sun Java Message Service ReadOrder.java 3-236
3.17.3 Sun Java Message Service JMSClient.java 3-236
3.17.4 Sun Java Message Service (JMS) API 3-237
3.17.5 Sun Java System Message Queue 3-237
3.18 IBM / Cisco Messaging 3-238
3.18.1 Cisco and IBM Collaboration Optimizing Application Performance And Security 3-239
3.18.2 Cisco and IBM Collaboration 3-239
3.18.3 Information Is Transmitted From IBM WebSphere To The Cisco AON Blade In Real Time 3-241
3.18.4 Cisco AON To Their Existing IBM WebSphere Simplifying IT Infrastructure 3-242
3.19 Microsoft SOAP Reliable Messaging 3-243
3.19.1 Microsoft WCF Reliable Session 3-243
3.19.2 SOAP Endpoints Using A Reliable Session 3-246
3.19.3 Microsoft WCF Reliable Session Web Services (WS-Reliability) 3-247
3.20 Progress Software / Sonic Software / Actional 3-249
3.20.1 Actional XML Processing Bandwidth 3-250
3.21 Adobe / Macromedia 3-250
3.22 ColdFusion MX 7 | ColdFusion MX 6.1 | Working with SOAP Headers 3-251
3.23 Arjuna Technologies 3-252
3.23.1 Arjuna Technologies Centre of Excellence 3-253
3.24 Blue Titan 3-253
3.25 Choreology 3-254
3.26 Mercury Interactive 3-255

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGY
4. BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGY 4-1
4.1 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Application Integration 4-1
4.1.1 IBM WebSphere MQ 4-3
4.2 OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture 4-3
4.2.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication 4-4
4.2.2 Submission of WS-RM to OASIS 4-6
4.3 Streams For Messaging and Data Access 4-6
4.4 Message Queuing 4-9
4.4.1 Database Message Queuing 4-9
4.4.2 Data and Message Transformation 4-10
4.5 Componentization 4-11
4.6 Speed, Flexibility, and Scalability 4-13
4.7 Server Infrastructure 4-14
4.8 Mission Critical Message Throughput 4-19
4.8.1 Message Persistence 4-21
4.8.2 Message Size 4-21
4.8.3 Data Format 4-21
4.8.4 Message Flow Complexity 4-22
4.9 Message Input To Output Ratio 4-23
4.10 Required Message Rate 4-23
4.11 Parallel Message Processing 4-24
4.11.1 Serial Message Processing 4-25
4.11.2 Recovery Requirements 4-25
4.12 Typical Message Patterns 4-26
4.13 Processors Manage Specified Message Flows 4-28
4.14 Middleware Messaging Technology Issues 4-29
4.14.1 Report Messages Functions 4-32
4.14.2 Real-Time Technology Issues 4-32
4.14.3 MCA Exit Chaining 4-33
4.14.4 Remove Channel Process Definition 4-33
4.14.5 Improved Stop Channel Command 4-34
4.14.6 AMI Objects From LDAP 4-34
4.15 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 4-34
4.16 Dynamic Systems 4-35
4.17 Java Message Service (JMS) 4-36
4.17.1 Routing Daemons 4-36
4.17.2 JMS-Based Message Oriented Middleware 4-38
4.18 Robust, Enterprise-quality Fault Tolerance 4-38
4.18.1 Cache / Queue 4-41
4.19 Multicast 4-42
4.20 LDAP Integration 4-43
4.20.1 C++ Interoperability 4-43
4.20.2 XML Interoperability 4-44
4.21 Performance Optimization 4-44
4.21.1 Fault Tolerance 4-46
4.21.2 Gateways 4-47

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE COMPANY PROFILES

5. BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE COMPANY PROFILES 5-1
5.1 BEA 5-1
5.1.1 Partners 5-2
5.1.2 Customers 5-3
5.1.3 BEA Acquires Fuego 5-4
5.1.4 BEA Acquires Plumtree Software 5-4
5.1.5 Plumtree Software Products 5-5
5.1.6 BEA First Quarter Results 5-5
5.2 CAPE Systems 5-7
5.2.1 Services 5-7
5.2.2 Solutions 5-8
5.2.3 Partners 5-8
5.2.4 Products 5-9
5.3 Envoy Technologies 5-9
5.3.1 Products 5-9
5.3.2 Partners 5-10
5.3.3 Customers 5-10
5.4 Fiorano 5-10
5.4.1 Products 5-11
5.4.2 Customers 5-12
5.4.3 Partners 5-12
5.5 Fujitsu 5-13
5.5.1 Services 5-13
5.5.2 Products 5-14
5.5.3 Fujitsu 2005 Financial Results 5-15
5.6 GoAhead Software 5-17
5.6.1 GoAhead / Intel® Communications Alliance 5-18
5.6.2 GoAhead Customers 5-18
5.6.3 GoAhead Products 5-19
5.6.4 GoAhead Client Services 5-21
5.6.5 GoAhead Partnerships 5-21
5.6.6 GoAhead / Intel® Communications Alliance 5-21
5.7 GXS 5-22
5.7.1 Industry 5-23
5.7.2 Products 5-24
5.7.3 Discussion of Strategy 5-24
5.7.4 Acquisitions 5-25
5.7.5 Partners 5-25
5.7.6 Customers 5-26
5.7.7 Microsoft / GXS 5-26
5.8 HP 5-27
5.8.1 Products 5-27
5.8.2 Consulting and Integration 5-28
5.8.3 HP Financial Data 5-28
5.8.4 HP/TIBCO 5-32
5.9 i2 5-33
5.9.1 Distributed Fulfillment and Revenue Management. 5-33
5.9.2 Supply and Demand Synchronization 5-34
5.9.3 Products 5-34
5.9.4 i2’s Financial Data 5-35
5.10 International Business Machines (IBM) 5-38
5.10.1 Description of Business 5-39
5.10.2 IBM's Strategy 5-40
5.10.3 Products and Services 5-41
5.10.4 IBM WebSphere 5-41
5.10.5 IBM and SAP 5-43
5.10.6 IBM 2006 First-Quarter Results 5-44
5.11 Kabira Technologies 5-46
5.11.1 Kabira Addresses Convergent Service And Financial Services Network Performance, Scalability, And Complexity Issues 5-53
5.11.2 Kabira Solution To IT Changing Requirements 5-54
5.11.3 Kabira Infrastructure and Service Platforms Built on Models 5-55
5.11.4 Kabira Service Platforms Built on Infrastructure 5-55
5.11.5 Kabira Keeping up with Constant Change 5-56
5.11.6 Kabira High Availability HA Component 5-57
5.11.7 Kabira High Availability HA Methodologies 5-58
5.11.8 Kabira Transaction-Level High Availability 5-59
5.12 Microsoft 5-60
5.12.1 Business 5-61
5.12.2 Product Information 5-61
5.12.3 Customers 5-63
5.12.4 SAP and Microsoft 5-63
5.12.5 Microsoft Reports Third-Quarter Results 5-64
5.13 Oracle 5-65
5.13.1 Business 5-65
5.13.2 Recent Acquisitions 5-66
5.13.3 Products and Services 5-66
5.13.4 Oracle’s Third Quarter Results 5-69
5.14 Pegasystems 5-70
5.14.1 Partners 5-70
5.14.2 Customers 5-70
5.14.3 Products and Solutions 5-71
5.14.4 Financial Information 5-71
5.15 Progress Software 5-72
5.15.1 Products 5-72
5.15.2 Partners and Customers 5-74
5.15.3 Progress Software Reports Second Quarter Financial 5-75
5.16 SAP 5-76
5.16.1 Partners 5-76
5.16.2 Services 5-77
5.16.3 Solutions and Products 5-77
5.16.4 Revenue Information 5-78
5.17 Savvion 5-78
5.17.1 Partners 5-79
5.17.2 Products 5-79
5.17.3 Solutions 5-79
5.18 Sun Microsystems 5-81
5.18.1 Business Strategy 5-82
5.18.2 Solutions 5-83
5.18.3 Third Quarter Fiscal Year 2006 Results 5-84
5.19 Synergy Financial Systems 5-86
5.19.1 Synergy’s Partners 5-87
5.19.2 Synergy’s Customers 5-87
5.19.3 Synergy and TietoEnator 5-88
5.20 TIBCO 5-88
5.20.1 TIBCO Products 5-89
5.20.2 Professional Services 5-90
5.20.3 Partners 5-90
5.20.4 HP/TIBCO 5-90
5.20.5 TIBCO Financial Data 5-91
5.21 Vitria 5-93
5.21.1 Products 5-94
5.21.2 Vitria’s Partners 5-96
5.21.3 Vitria Financial Data 5-97
5.22 webMethods 5-99
5.22.1 Products 5-99
5.22.2 Solutions 5-99
5.22.3 webMethods Fourth Quarter Financial Earnings 5-99
5.23 Zebra Technologies 5-101
5.23.1 Zebra’s Products 5-102
5.23.2 Customers 5-103
5.23.3 Zebra/IBM 5-103
5.23.4 Zebra Financial Data 5-104
List of Tables and Figures

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Table ES-1 ES-4
Backbone Connectivity Growth Factors
Table ES-2 ES-5
Messaging Middleware Market Driving Forces
Figure ES-3 ES-7
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, First Half 2006
Figure ES-4 ES-13
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2005-2012
Figure ES-5 ES-16
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Segments, Dollars, 2005

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET DEFINITION
Table 1-1 1-3
MQ Middleware Messaging Trends
Table 1-2 1-5
Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics
Table 1-3 1-8
Enterprise Messaging Integration Functions
Table 1-4 1-15
Soap-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing
Table 1-5 1-19
Internal Enterprise Application Integration Tasks
Table 1-6 1-34
Advantages Of Real-Time Communication Of Information
Table 1-7 1-36
Messaging Middleware Functionality

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY AND MISSION CRITICAL MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS
Table 2-1 2-1
Backbone Connectivity Growth Factors
Table 2-2 2-3
Messaging Middleware Market Driving Forces
Figure 2-3 2-6
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, First Half 2006
Table 2-4 2-7
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, First Half 2006
Figure 2-5 2-8
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Table 2-6 2-9
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Shipments Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Figure 2-7 2-11
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Segments, Dollars, 2005
Table 2-8 2-12
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Segments Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Figure 2-9 2-18
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Services Market Shares, Dollars, First Half 2006
Table 2-10 2-19
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Services Market Shares, Dollars, First Half 2006
Figure 2-11 2-20
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Services Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Table 2-12 2-21
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Services Market Shares, Dollars, 2005
Figure 2-13 2-24
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Segments, Dollars, 2005
Figure 2-14 2-25
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Segments, Dollars, 2012
Table 2-15 2-26
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Segments, Dollars, 2006-2012
Figure 2-16 2-28
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Licenses, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2006-2012
Table 2-17 2-29
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Licenses, Maintenance, and Services Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2006-2012
Figure 2-18 2-31
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Licenses and Maintenance Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2006-2012
Figure 2-19 2-32
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Services Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2006-2012
Figure 2-20 2-34
Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares, Dollars, First Half 2006
Figure 2-21 2-36
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2005
Figure 2-22 2-37
Worldwide Backbone Connectivity Messaging Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2005

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Table 3-1 3-3
Messaging Middleware Integration Functions
Table 3-2 3-9
IBM WebSphere Business Integration Back-End System Connectivity Functions
Table 3-3 3-12
IBM WebSphere MQ Harmonized Features
Table 3-4 3-13
WebSphere® MQ Operating Systems Supported
Table 3-5 3-16
IBM WebSphere® MQ Platforms Supported
Table 3-6 3-19
IBM WebSphere MQ Once, And Once Only, Message Features
Table 3-7 3-20
WebSphere® MQ Any-To-Any Connectivity Features
Table 3-8 3-23
WebSphere MQ Mission Critical Messaging Features
Table 3-9 3-25
WebSphere MQ Data Functions
Table 3-10 3-26
IBM WebSphere® MQ Enhancements
Table 3-11 3-30
IBM WebSphere MQ Functions
Table 3-12 3-32
WebSphere MQ Security Functions
Table 3-13 3-35
MQSeries Everyplace Functions
Table 3-14 3-39
WebSphere MQ Messaging Functions
Table 3-15 3-41
IBM WebSphere MQ Messaging Platforms
Table 3-16 3-44
WebSphere MQ Messaging Features
Table 3-17 3-45
IBM Websphere MQ Family Software Component Aspects
Table 3-18 3-46
IBM Websphere MQ Family Software E-Business Positioning
Table 3-19 3-48
TIBCO's Enterprise Messaging Solutions
Table 3-20 3-51
Tibco Enterprise Message Service Features
Table 3-21 3-53
Tibco Messaging Platforms
Table 3-22 3-56
Tibco Messaging Solutions Benefits
Table 3-23 3-58
Tibco Rendezvous Features
Table 3-24 3-59
Tibco Rendezvous Architecture
Table 3-25 3-62
Tibco Rendezvous TX™ Messaging Benefits
Table 3-26 3-63
Tibco Rendezvous TX™ Messaging Features
Table 3-27 3-65
Tibco Rendezvous TX Architecture
Table 3-28 3-67
Tibco Messaging Benefits
Table 3-29 3-68
Tibco Messaging Key Features
Table 3-30 3-71
HTTP-based TIBCO Rendezvous Administrative Console Benefits
Table 3-31 3-72
HTTP-based TIBCO Rendezvous Administrative Console Features
Table 3-32 3-73
HTTP-based TIBCO Rendezvous Administrative Console Architecture
Table 3-33 3-75
Tibco Smart Sockets
Table 3-34 3-78
Microsoft BizTalk Adapter for Message Queuing MSMQ Functions
Table 3-35 3-80
Microsoft BizTalk Server Functions
Table 3-36 3-81
Microsoft BizTalk Message Oriented Middleware (MOM) Functions
Table 3-37 3-82
Microsoft BizTalk Integration Features
Table 3-38 3-84
Microsoft .Net MSMQ Messaging Middleware System Functions
Table 3-39 3-89
Progress Software SonicMQ Messaging Functions
Table 3-40 3-90
Progress Software SonicMQ Benefits
Table 3-41 3-94
Progress Software Sonic SOA Suite Capabilities
Table 3-42 3-96
Progress Software SonicMQ® Features
Table 3-43 3-98
Progress Software SonicMQ Standards-based Functions
Table 3-44 3-100
Progress Software SonicMQ Standards-Based Features
Table 3-45 3-102
Progress Software SonicMQ Standards-Based Components
Table 3-46 3-104
Progress Software Topics And Queues Available Clusterwide
Table 3-47 3-110
SonicMQ Message Level Encryption
Table 3-48 3-111
SonicMQ Message Authentication And Authorization
Table 3-49 3-113
SonicMQ Functions
Table 3-50 3-122
Sun Microsystems / SeeBeyond e*Gate™ Functions
Table 3-51 3-130
Oracle9iAS Unified Messaging Features
Table 3-52 3-134
Products in the BEA WebLogic Family
Table 3-53 3-140
Tibco® Publish Subscribe Benefits
Table 3-54 3-141
Tibco® BusinessWorks Features
Figure 3-55 3-142
Tibco® BusinessWorks Features
Table 3-56 3-143
Tibco Rendezvous Benefits
Table 3-57 3-145
Kabira Solution Framework Functions
Table 3-58 3-148
Kabira Transaction Switch Configurable Network Flow Framework
Table 3-59 3-149
Kabira Infrastructure System
Table 3-60 3-150
Kabira Programming Business Models And Flows
Table 3-61 3-154
Synergy Software Message Maker features
Table 3-62 3-157
Synergy Messaging Switch Functions
Table 3-63 3-163
Envoy MQ Message Connectors Functions
Table 3- 64 3-165
Envoy Technologies Message Integration
Table 3-65 3-169
FioranoMQ Features
Table 3-66 3-178
FioranoMQ Client Side Persistence Functions
Table 3-67 3-180
Fiorano Messaging MQ Architecture Layers
Table 3-68 3-182
Fiorano Messaging MQ Core Infrastructure Features
Table 3-69 3-183
Fiorano Messaging MQ Messaging Layer
Table 3-70 3-185
Messaging MQ Functional Modules Available In Service Provider Layer
Table 3-71 3-190
FioranoMQ 8.0
Table 3-72 3-191
Fiorano MQ 7.5
Table 3-73 3-201
IBM Tivoli OMEGAMON Supported Platforms
Table 3-74 3-202
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Features
Table 3-75 3-204
Q Pasa! Version 3.3
Table 3-76 3-206
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Key Technical Benefits
Table 3-77 3-207
MQSoftware Q Pasa! IBM WebSphere Family Support
Table 3-78 3-208
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Key Product Features
Table 3-79 3-209
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Key Product Features Key Product Functions
Table 3-80 3-209
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Self-Healing Capability
Table 3-81 3-210
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Operations Management
Table 3-82 3-211
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Configuration Management
Table 3-83 3-212
MQSoftware Q Pasa! Historical Reporting and Analysis
Table 3-84 3-216
Cisco AON functions
Table 3-85 3-220
AON Intelligent Routing Of Information Functions
Table 3-86 3-224
Cisco AON Solution Network Embedded Intelligent Message Routing Business Challenges
Table 3-87 3-225
Cisco AON Solution Network Embedded Intelligent Message Routing Faster Transaction Times Driving Forces
Table 3-88 3-228

Cisco AON Application-Level Network Services
Table 3-89 3-231
Cisco AON is an intelligent message routing system benefits
Table 3-90 3-232
Cisco AON Enabled Router Functions
Table 3-91 3-233
Cisco AON Development Studio Functions
Table 3-92 3-234
Cisco AON Management
Table 3-93 3-235
Sun Java Message Service JMS Concepts
Table 3-94 3-245
Microsoft WCF Reliable Session Reliable Session Channel For Soap Messages
Table 3-95 3-246
Microsoft WCF Reliable Session
Table 3-96 3-248
Microsoft WCF Reliable Session WS-Reliability Functions
Table 3-97 3-251
ColdFusion SOAP Header Functions

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGY
Table 4-1 4-2
Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Integration Software Provides A Base For Application Connectivity
Table 4-2 4-2
Mission Critical Messaging Integration Functions
Table 4-3 4-8
Aspects Of Data Streaming Management
Table 4-4 4-16
Infrastructure Server Service Creation Platforms
Table 4-5 4-18
Infrastructure Server Architecture
Table 4-6 4-20
Mission Critical Message Throughput Variables
Table 4-7 4-27
Typical Message Flow Characteristics
Table 4-8 4-29
Middleware Messaging Technology Issues
Table 4-9 4-39
Automatic Detection And Recovery From Network And System Failure
Table 4-10 4-45
High Performance And Real-Time Message Throughput
Table 4-11 4-46
Fault Tolerance Features

BACKBONE CONNECTIVITY MESSAGING MIDDLEWARE COMPANY PROFILES
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BEA’s Quarterly Revenue
Figure 5-2 5-7
BEA Yearly Revenues for 2002 to 2006

Table 5-3 5-8
CAPE System’s Partners
Table 5-4 5-9
Envoy’s Products
Table 5-5 5-11
Fiorano’s Products
Table 5-6 5-13
Fiorano Partner Categories
Table 5-7 5-14
Fujitsu’s Products Categories
Table 5-8 5-16
Fujitsu Earnings Forecast for Fiscal 2006
Table 5-9 5-17
Statements of Operations
Table 5-10 5-25
GXS’ Partners
Table 5-11 5-31
HP Revenue
Table 5-12 5-32
HP Financial Data
Table 5-13 5-36
i2’s Statement of Operations
Table 5-14 5-37
i2’s Statement of Operations
Table 5-15 5-38
Balance Sheet Data:
Table 5-16 5-42
WebSphere Product Categories
Table 5-17 5-46
IBM Quarterly Revenue
Table 5-18 5-47
Kabira Investors
Table 5-19 5-49
Kabira Integrated Product and Service Stack
Table 5-20 5-50
Kabira Service Platforms
Table 5-21 5-51
Kabira Technical Advantage
Table 5-22 5-58
Kabira Infrastructure System Integrated High Availability Features
Table 5-23 5-61
Microsoft business divisions
Table 5-24 5-64
Microsoft’s Quarterly Revenue
Table 5-25 5-65
Microsoft’s Annual Revenue
Table 5-26 5-69
Oracle’s Quarterly Revenue
Table 5-27 5-71
Pegasystems Quarterly Revenue
Table 5-28 5-72
Pegasystems Annual Revenue (in thousands)
Table 5-29 5-73
Progress Software’s Product Categories
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Table 5-30 5-75
Progress Software Revenue for Second Quarter 2006
Table 5-31 5-76
Progress Software Yearly Revenue
Table 5-32 5-78
SAP Yearly Revenue in Dollars and Euros
Table 5-33 5-80
Savvion’s Solutions Categories
Table 5-34 5-85
Sun Microsystems’ Quarterly Revenue
Table 5-35 5-86
Sun Microsystems Annual Revenues
Table 5-36 5-92
TIBCO First Quarter Revenues
Table 5-37 5-93
TIBCO Annual Revenue (in thousands)
Table 5-38 5-95
BusinessWare’s Capabilities
Table 5-39 5-98
Vitria First Quarter 2006 Revenue
Table 5-40 5-98
Vitria Annual Revenue (In thousands)
Table 5-41 5-100
webMethods Fourth Quarter Revenue (In thousands)
Table 5-42 5-101
webMethods Annual Revenue (In thousands)
Table 5-43 5-102
Zebra’s Printers
Table 5-44 5-105
Zebra Quarterly Sales
Table 5-45 5-105
Zebra Annual Sales

BEA
CAPE Systems
Envoy Technologies
Fiorano
Fujitsu
GoAhead Software
GXS
HP
i2
IBM
Kabira Technologies
Pegasystems
Progress Software
SAP
Savvion
Sun Microsystems
Synergy Financial Systems
TIBCO
Vitria
webMethods
Zebra Technology
Microsoft
Oracle

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