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Mid Tier XML Market Opportunities, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2004 to 2009

  • ID: 42689
  • January 2004
  • Region: Global
  • 275 pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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Key topics covered in this report include:
-XML Mid Tier Data Aggregation Market Forecasts
-Database Market Shares
-Linking Internal Operations
-Rigorous Data Structure
-CWDM Market Conditions
-Persistence Methods
-Data Management Server
-Aggregation Market Growth Factors
-Storage
-For Aggregated Customer Account Management
-Market Expansion
-Data-Oriented XML vs Document-Oriented XML
-Messaging Software
-RDBMS For XML
-Mid market Application Integration (EAI) (SMB) Industry

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MID TIER XML EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
MID TIER XML AGGREGATION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ES-1
Transient, High-Volume Flows Of Irregularly Shaped Data ES-1
Data Integrity ES-2
XML Databases Depend On Persistence ES-4
XML Aggregation Market Growth Factors ES-5
Rigorous Data Structure ES-6
Persistence Methods ES-7
XML Tree-Structure ES-7
XML Enabled Database Market ES-7
Worldwide XML Enabled Database Market Forecasts ES-8
Worldwide XML Mid Tier Data Aggregation Market Forecasts ES-10

MID TIER XML DYNAMICS AND MARKET DESCRIPTION
1. MID TIER WEB SERVICES EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE (XML) MARKET DYNAMICS AND MARKET DESCRIPTION
1.1 XML Data Management Server
1.1.1 Requirements for Data Aggregation
1.1.2 Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS
1.2 XML for Aggregated Customer Account Management
1.2.1 Role Of Mission Critical Middleware Messaging
1.2.2 IBM WebSphere MQSeries Mission Critical Messaging Solutions
1.2.3 Mission-Critical Functionality
1.3 Messaging Software
1.4 Linking Internal Operations
1.4.1 Distributing Information In The Mid Tier
1.4.2 XML Storage As XML Database
1.4.3 Special-Purpose XML Database Managers
1.4.4 XML To Implement Risk Management
1.5 RDBMS for XML

MID TIER XML AGRESSION AND DATABASE MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
2. MID TIER XML AGGREGATION AND DATABASE MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
2.1 XML Databases Depend On Persistence
2.2 XML Aggregation Market Growth Factors
2.3 Rigorous Data Structure
2.3.1 Persistence Methods
2.3.2 XML Tree-Structure
2.4 Database Market Shares
2.4.1 IBM DB2
2.4.2 Oracle
2.4.3 Microsoft SQL Server
3. MID TIER (XML) PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
3.1 Mid-Tier XML Data Scalability and ROI
3.2 XML Mid Tier Data Management Server Products
3.3 Raining Data TigerLogic
3.3.1 Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS Persistence Performance
3.3.2 TigerLogic XDMS Performance
3.3.3 Raining Datas TigerLogic™ XDMS
3.3.4 Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS Extensibility and Data Access
3.3.5 Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS Enterprise-Grade Reliability and Manageability
3.3.6 Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS Platforms
3.3.7 Raining Data TigerLogic XML Query Engine Layer
3.3.8 Raining Data TigerLogic XML Storage Engine Layer
3.3.9 TigerLogic XDMS Security Services
3.3.10 TigerLogic XML Data Management Server For BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform
3.3.11 Raining Data RIXML for Research Access and Distribution
3.3.12 TigerLogic XDMS Empowers XML-Based Financial Information Management
3.3.13 TigerLogic XDMS Features
3.3.14 TigerLogic™ XDMS Approach
3.3.15 Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS XML Storage
3.3.16 Raining Data Alliance With BEA
3.4 IBM DB2 Content Management for Medium-Sized Businesses
3.4.1 Open Standards
3.4.2 Increasing Efficiencies Through Integration
3.4.3 Enhanced Compliance Framework
3.4.4 IBM Content Manager
3.4.5 IBM® DB2® Content Manager
3.4.6 IBM Data Management
3.4.7 IBM Data Access Interface Similar To Document Object Model (DOM)
3.4.8 IBM Managing And Moving Data Using Java Technology, XML, DB2, and Lotus Notes
3.4.9 Structuring An Application Architecture For Getting Functional End-To-End Content Management
3.4.10 Business Requirements In The Context Of The Overall Project Deliverables
3.5 Tibco JMS
3.5.1 TIBCO Enterprise™ for JMS
3.5.2 Tibco Messaging Scalability And Fault -Tolerance
3.6 WebMethods / The Mind Electric (TME)
3.6.1 webMethods Fabric
3.7 Stellent Core XML Content Storage Server
3.8 Sonic MQ
3.8.1 Sonic MQ®
3.8.2 SonicMQ Clustering / Multiple Server Support
3.8.3 SonicMQ Bridges
3.8.4 SonicXQ™
3.8.5 Distributed 2-Phase Transaction Support
3.8.6 SonicMQ Advanced Clustering Technology
3.8.7 SonicMQ Dynamic Routing Architecture
3.8.8 SonicMQ Encryption
3.8.9 SonicMQ Authentication and Authorization
3.8.10 Sonic Software Positioning
3.9 Oracle Native XML Type
3.9.1 Oracle Schema Caching Of XML
3.9.2 Oracle XML DB
3.9.3 Oracle Heterogeneous XML-Based Information Integration with XQuery, J2EE, and Database Technologies
3.9.4 Oracle XML DB Performance and Tuning
3.9.5 XML Schemas for Oracle XML DB
3.9.6 Manipulating XML with Oracle JDeveloper
3.9.7 Oracle XML Technologies
3.9.8 Oracle Storing Data In Relational Tables
3.9.9 Oracle XML Stored in XML DB Repository
3.10 Software AG Tamino XML Server
3.10.1 Persistent Store Mechanism
3.10.2 EntireX Communicator
3.10.3 Software AG Enables Publishing Adabas Data using XML and Web Services
3.11 Microsoft XML for SQL Server 2000 Web Release 1
3.11.1 Meta Data Services SDK 3.0
3.11.2 SQL Server XML View Mapper
3.12 Metalogic Caching Server
3.12.1 Dynamic Data Management

MID TIER XML TECHNOLOGY
4. MID TIER XML TECHNOLOGY
4.1 Rigorous Data Structure
4.2 Data Integrity
4.3 Persistence Methods
4.3.1 XML Tree-Structure
4.4 Data-Oriented XML vs. Document-oriented XML
4.4.1 Large Documents
4.4.2 XML Documents With Mixed Structured and Unstructured Data Content
4.4.3 XML As Varying Structure
4.5 Metadata
4.5.1 Complex Questions
4.5.2 XML Schema With Recursive Elements
4.5.3 XPath For Multi-Document Queries
4.5.4 Shared Repository
4.6 Existing Investment
4.6.1 Native XML DBMS Multiple Schema
4.7 XML Storage

MID TIER XML COMPANY PROFILES
5. MID TIER XML COMPANY PROFILES
5.1 XML Market Expansion
5.2 Mid Market Application Integration (EAI) (SMB) Industry
5.2.1 Demand For Automated Information Exchange
5.2.2 Application Integration (EAI) Market Shares
5.3 BEA
5.3.1 BEA WebLogic
5.3.2 BEA Positioning
5.3.3 BEA Revenue
5.3.4 BEA Key Customers and Partners
5.3.5 BEA Momentum In Financial Services
5.4 Cast Iron Systems
5.5 DataPower Technology
5.5.1 DataPower Technology Partnerships
5.6 Fiorano Software
5.6.1 Fiorano Tifosi
5.6.2 Message Content Routing Solution
5.7 Francisco Partners / Global eXchange Services (GXS)
5.7.1 Francisco Partners
5.7.2 Global eXchange Services
5.7.3 GXS / UCCnet Strategic Alliance
5.7.4 GXS Transaction Outsourcing
5.8 Fujitsu
5.8.1 Fujitsu Major Business Segments
5.9 IBM Corporation
5.9.1 IBM Revenue
5.9.2 IBM Manufacturing Outsourcing
5.9.3 IBM On-Demand Supply Chain
5.9.4 IBM Acquires Holosofx
5.9.5 IBM / PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting
5.9.6 IBM Acquires Rational Software
5.10 Interwoven
5.11 Information Builders / iWay Software
5.11.1 iWay Software
5.11.2 iWay Software OEM Agreement With Ascential™ Software
5.11.3 iWay Adapters Synchronize With Microsoft Web Services
5.11.4 XML Transformation Server (XTS)
5.11.5 Enterprise Integration Broker (EIB)
5.11.6 iWay Intelligent Adapter Suite
5.11.7 iWays Suite Of Intelligent Adapters
5.12 IONA Technologies
5.12.1 Iona Revenue
5.12.2 IONA Revenue
5.12.3 Iona Customers
5.12.4 IONA Partnership Agreements
5.12.5 IONA Customers
5.12.6 IONA Products
5.12.7 IONA Acquires Integration from Software AG
5.13 ItemField
5.14 Kabira Technologies
5.14.1 Kabira Provisioning And Service Activation
5.14.2 Kabira Regional Market Presence
5.14.3 Kabira Customer Base
5.14.4 Kabira Partners With Siebel
5.14.5 Kabira Technologies Solutions
5.15 Microsoft
5.15.1 Microsoft.Net
5.15.2 Microsoft BizTalk Server
5.15.3 Microsoft Strengths and Challenges
5.16 MQSoftware
5.17 Oracle
5.17.1 Oracle Collaboration Suite
5.17.2 Oracle Customers
5.18 Raining Data
5.18.1 Raining Data Installed Base
5.18.2 Raining Data Revenue
5.19 Sarvega
5.20 See Beyond
5.20.1 SeeBeyond Customers
5.20.2 SeeBeyond Partners
5.20.3 SeeBeyond Revenue
5.21 Sopra / Viewlocity
5.21.1 Sopra / Axway / Viewlocity
5.22 Software AG
5.22.1 Software AG Tamino
5.22.2 XML-Based Integration Technology.
5.22.3 Software AG / Altio
5.22.4 Software AG Revenue 2001 ·
5.22.5 Software AG / Red Oak Software
5.22.6 Software AG EntireX
5.23 Sybase
5.23.1 Sybase / New Era of Networks
5.23.2 Sybase Customers And Partners
5.23.3 Sybase / Digital China
5.23.4 Sybase / PeopleSoft
5.24 Tibco
5.24.1 Tibco Software Revenue
5.24.2 Tibco Key Customers and Partners
5.24.3 Tibco / Praja Business Activity Monitoring Dashboard Acquisition
5.25 Vitria
5.25.1 Vitria Revenue
5.25.2 Vitria Customers
5.25.3 Vitria Healthcare Solutions
5.26 WebMethods
5.26.1 WebMethods Revenue
5.26.2 WebMethods Customer Base
5.26.3 Government WebMethods

List of Tables & Figures

MID TIER XML EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Table ES-1 ES-5
Significance of Persistence for XML

Table ES-2 ES-6
XML Aggregation Market Growth Factors

Figure ES-3 ES-8
Worldwide Database Enabled XML Market Shares, First Three Quarters 2003

Figure ES-4 ES-9
Worldwide XML Enabled Database Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2004-2009

Figure ES-5 ES-11
Worldwide XML Mid Tier Data Aggregation Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2004-2009

MID TIER XML MARKET DYNAMICS AND MARKET DESCRIPTION
Table 1-1 1-2
Requirements for Data Aggregation

Table 1-2 1-3
Solutions for Data Aggregation

Table 1-3 1-4
Requirements for Data Aggregation

Table 1-4 1-6
XML Means For Integrated Data Access

Table 1-5 1-7
XML Means For Coding And Retrieving Data Access

Table 1-6 1-10
Enterprise Messaging Integration Functions

Table 1-7 1-12
Internal Enterprise Application Integration Tasks

MID TIER XML MARKET SHARES AND MARKET FORECASTS
Table 2-1 2-2
Significance of Persistence for XML

Table 2-2 2-3
XML Aggregation Market Growth Factors

Table 2-3 2-4
In-Memory Database Advantages

Table 2-4 2-5
XML Aggregation Market Growth Functions

Figure 2-5 2-9
Worldwide Database Market Shares, First Three Quarters 2003

Table 2-6 2-10
Database Market Shares, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2003

Figure 2-7 2-11
Worldwide Database Enabled XML Market Shares, First Three Quarters 2003

Table 2-8 2-12
XML Enabled Database Market Shares, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2003

Figure 2-9 2-16
Worldwide XML Enabled Database Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2004-2009

Table 2-10 2-17
Worldwide XML Enabled Database Market Forecasts, 2004-2009

Figure 2-11 2-18
Worldwide XML Enabled Database Market Forecasts, Units, 2004-2009

Table 2-12 2-19
Worldwide XML Enabled Database Market Penetration Analysis, Units, 2004-2009

Figure 2-13 2-20
Worldwide XML Mid Tier Data Aggregation Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2004-2009

Table 2-14 2-21
Worldwide XML Mid Tier Data Aggregation Market Forecasts, Units and Dollars, 2004-2009

Figure 2-15 2-23
Global Database Regional Market Segments, First Three Quarters 2003

Table 2-16 2-24
Database Regional Market Segments, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2003

Table 2-17 2-24
Database Regional Market Analysis, Worldwide, Percent, First Three Quarters 2003

Table 2-18 2-25
Database Market Analysis, Worldwide, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2003

MID TIER XML PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
Table 3-1 3-8
TigerLogic XDMS Feature Highlights

Table 3-2 3-12
Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS Features

Table 3-3 3-13
Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS architecture

Table 3-4 3-14
Raining Data TigerLogic Connectivity Layer Functions

Table 3-5 3-15
Raining Data TigerLogic XML Query Engine Layer Functions

Table 3-6 3-17
Raining Data TigerLogic XML Data Management Server for the Mid-Tier Supported Operations

Table 3-7 3-18
Raining Data TigerLogic XML Engine Functions

Table 3-8 3-19
Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS Key Benefits:

Table 3-9 3-23
TigerLogic XDMS Data Management Technologies To Aggregate, Transform, And Manage Information

Table 3-10 3-25
TigerLogic XDMS Features

Table 3-11 3-28
Raining Data TigerLogic XDMS XML Storage

Table 3-12 3-35
IBM® Content Manager Portfolio Functions

Table 3-13 3-37
IBM® Content Manager Portfolio Integrating Features

Table 3-14 3-41
Goals Of The IBM XML Storage Manager

Table 3-15 3-48
WebMethods Glue Features

Table 3-16 3-54
SonicMQ Features and Benefits

Table 3-17 3-57
SonicMQ Message Level Encryption

Table 3-18 3-58
SonicMQ Message Authentication And Authorization

Table 3-19 3-60
SonicMQ Functions

MID TIER XML TECHNOLOGY
Table 4-1 4-7
Document-Oriented XML Varying Structure

Table 4-2 4-8
Document-Oriented Semi-Structured Data XML Examples

Table 4-3 4-13
RDBMS Vendor Support For Automatic XML Schema

MID TIER XML COMPANY PROFILES
Table 5-1 5-1
Major Mid Tier XML Vendors

Table 5-2 5.2
Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) Market Participants

Table 5-3 5-14
Applications Supporting Rapid Internet Growth

Figure 5-4 5-16
Worldwide Application Integration Broker Market Shares, First Half 2003

Table 5-5 5-17
Application Integration (EAI) License Revenue Market Shares, First Half 2003

Figure 5-6 5-18
Worldwide Application Integration License Revenue Selected Vendor Analysis, Percent Change,

First Half 2002 and First Half 2003
Table 5-7 5-43

IBM Strengths and Challenges
Table 5-8 5-65
Iona Statistics

Table 5-9 5-73
Results From Kabira Projects

Table 5-10 5-76
Kabira Customers and strategic partners

Table 5-11 5-78
Kabira Technologies Software Solutions

Table 5-12 5-83
Microsoft Strengths and Challenges

Table 5-13 5-113
WebMethods Integration Software Positioning

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