Mission Critical Messaging and Open Source Streaming: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, 2017 to 2023

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The Market for Middleware Messaging and Open Source Streaming Sector at $8.2 Billion in 2016 is Expected to Be Worth $11.5 Billion by 2023


  • 360 Logica
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  • Fiorano
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  • Mulesoft
  • Pivotal
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Growth is based on implementation of streaming mobile smart phone network connectivity, tablet use for mobile computing, Internet apps, cloud computing, SOA, and business process management systems (BPM) that support collaboration. SOA process API components support enterprise innovation and change.

Software forms the basis of change. Software API streaming message development tools drive innovation. Mission critical messaging is a key aspect of those aspects of web process making IT flexible and adaptable.

Open source carves a place in mission critical messaging with flavors of MQ providing foundation for cloud and mobile. The move to accelerate replacements for once and only once automated delivery process for the line of business is being achieved, built into new types of cloud data centers. Streaming messaging is being used to implement stock ticker info, og management, web site management, and data management inside cloud systems that stretch the boundaries of the enterprise.

Messaging is used to reach to all parts of the data center and to user endpoints. Marketing departments use messaging to target smartphones and tablets.

Messaging is fundamental to the ability to launch APIs anywhere. Systems of engagement are dependent on implementing management decentralization and supporting user empowerment leveraging messaging. Mission critical messaging forms the base for SOA, the base for IoT, for business intelligence (BI), and for analytics systems.

Not much new has come along in the middleware messaging broker market since MQ Series made its debut at the Chicago Merc Exchange many years ago. Then the need to provide reliable messaging in a manner that worked was an industry breakthrough and IBM has ridden the wave ever since.

Now, the new kid on the block is Kafka Streams API that is able to deal with scale in a manner that MQ cannot begin to approach. Scale is everything in the era of Clos architecture of the data center and optical transceivers for inside the data center. Data moves at the speed of light around the network inside the data center so scale is important.

The charter of mission critical messaging has shifted from manually interconnected APIs using some software to install them to automated API process managed by orchestration. While much of the manual process is left in place, it is fast being replaced in more modern companies.

This does not diminish the value of IBM WebSphere MQ, once and only once asynchronous processing is still a requirement for transaction processing, but these days there is a lot of data moving around the data center that is not transaction intensive. Tibco pioneered the Rendezvous publish subscribe messaging suite that has been so successful in providing stock ticker information in a stream.

Publish subscribe messaging models are not dependent on once and only once message delivery. This stock data comes in a stream. If one stock price gets dropped for some reason, it is simply displayed the next time it comes up.

A financial transaction is not that way. If it gets counted twice, or gets missed, this is not a good system, but much messaging can work in a publish subscribe mode where 100% accuracy is not an issue. Smart phones and tablets change the markets for IT systems implementation, increasing the need for mission critical decoupled messaging so that apps can interconnect automatically, bringing data to the desired compute node.

“The communication of data is a demanding task. There is trouble if a sent message does not get through or contra-wise if a message that is sent goes through twice. When there is a person on one or both sides of the message sending, human intelligence is able to deal with the problem if the message does not get sent, or if it gets sent twice, but for a machine to machine communication, the anticipation of difficulty has to be built into the system.”

The market for Middleware Messaging and Open Source Streaming sector at $8.2 billion in 2016 is expected to be worth $11.5 billion by 2023. Growth is based on implementation of streaming mobile smart phone network connectivity, tablet use for mobile computing, Internet apps, cloud computing, SOA, and business process management systems (BPM) that support collaboration. SOA process API components support enterprise innovation and change. Software forms the basis of change. Software API streaming message development tools drive innovation. Mission critical messaging is a key aspect of those aspects of web process making IT flexible and adaptable.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Middleware Messaging
  • Open Source Streaming
  • Web Services
  • E-Commerce
  • Cloud Technology
  • Middleware Messaging Drives Web Services and SOA
  • Middleware Messaging
  • Cross Application
  • Cross Platform Data Exchange
  • Once and Only Once
  • Asynchronous Message Delivery
  • Message Delivery Server
  • Application Server
  • Web 2.0
  • Wiki-Style Collaboration
  • Social Networking
  • Business Process Management
  • Virtualized Systems
  • Open Source Application Server
  • Web Assets
  • SOA Reusable Software Components
  • VIrtualization
  • Server Hosting Centers
  • Web Properties
  • Web Application Gallery
  • Web PI
  • Collaboration
  • Mashups
  • Web services
  • Web Analytics / Frameworks
  • Java
  • Linux
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Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Executive Summary

  • Mission Critical is Decoupled Messaging
  • Superior Application Middleware Delivers Enterprise Agility
  • With IoT, APIs Are Used for Everything
  • Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain
  • IBM Blockchain Interactions
  • IBM Use Cases for IoT and Blockchain
  • Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares
  • Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts

1. Mission Critical Messaging and Streaming Market Definition
1.1 Mission Critical Kafka API Streaming
1.2 Apache Kafka Distributed Streaming Platform
1.2.1 Stream Processing
1.2.2 Apache Event Sourcing
1.3 Private Cloud Computing Model
1.3.1 IBM WebSphere SOA Open Systems Cloud Foundation
1.3.2 IBM SOA Foundation
1.4 Mission Critical Messaging Products
1.4.1 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging
1.5 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)
1.6 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Secure Application Integration
1.6.1 IBM WebSphere MQ
1.7 OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture
1.7.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication
1.8 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Open Connectivity
1.8.1 Messaging Solutions
1.9 Message Trends
1.10 Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics
1.11 SOA Governance Lifecycle
1.11.1 Cloud Model For Consuming And Delivering Business And IT Services
1.11.2 Cloud Computing
1.11.3 Google Clos Networks
1.11.4 Microsoft Cloud Business Model: Private Cloud - Unlimited Virtualization Rights

2. Mission Critical Messaging and Streaming Market Shares and Market Forecasts
2.1 Mission Critical is Decoupled Messaging
2.1.1 Superior Application Middleware Delivers Enterprise Agility
2.1.2 With IoT, APIs Are Used for Everything
2.1.3 Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain
2.1.4 IBM Blockchain Interactions
2.1.5 IBM Use Cases for IoT and Blockchain
2.2 Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares
2.2.1 IBM WebSphere MQ
2.2.2 .NET MSMQ from Microsoft
2.2.3 Tibco Transport Layer
2.2.4 Fiorano Enterprise Messaging Backbone
2.2.5 FioranoMQ JMS Server
2.2.6 Micro Focus
2.2.7 Open Text / GSX
2.2.8 Apache Kafka Usage at Linked IN
2.2.9 Confluent
2.3 Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments Analysis
2.3.2 Cloud 2.0 Mega Data Center Evolution
2.3.3 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments
2.3.4 Typical Providers of Industrial IoT Asset Efficiency Solutions
2.3.5 Hitachi Analytics Diagnoses Manufacturing Leveraging Messaging Middleware
2.3.6 SOA Integration Of E-Business
2.3.7 Market Driving Forces For Real Time Exchange of Information
2.3.8 Containers Hold Real Promise For Application Integration
2.3.9 Mission Critical Messaging Growth Factors
2.3.10 Backbone Connectivity Across All Platforms with Open Systems
2.3.11 Financial Services and Messaging Applications
2.3.12 NET Microsoft Web Services
2.3.13 Publish Subscribe Messaging
2.3.14 JMS Messaging
2.3.15 SCADA Messaging
2.3.16 Open Systems Backbone Connectivity Across Platforms / Messaging Integrated Across Microsoft
2.3.18 Open Source Distributed Messaging System Description
2.4 Mission Critical Messaging Regional Analysis

3. Middleware Messaging and API Streaming Messaging Product Description
3.1 Apache Kafka
3.2 Kafka Streams API
3.2.1 Kafka Streams API included with Apache Kafka and Confluent Enterprise
3.3 Confluent Kafka
3.3.1 Kafka Streams API Continuous Queries Used To Automate Real-Time Intelligence At Scale
3.3.2 Kafka Streams API Flow Of Data In Real-Time Streams
3.4 Storm
3.4.1 Storm Distributed Messaging System
3.4.2 Storm Publish-Subscribe Model
3.4.3 Storm Messaging System
3.5 Samza
3.6 Flink
3.6.1 Flink Streaming Partitioning
3.7 Cisco Spark Messaging
3.7.1 Cisco Spark End-to-End Encryption Of Content
3.7.2 Cisco Spark Encryption in Transit
3.7.3 Cisco Spark Authorization and Authentication
3.7.4 Cisco Spark Hybrid Data Security
3.7.5 Cisco IoT
3.8 AWS Kinesis
3.8.1 Amazon Kinesis Analytics Product Details
3.8.2 Amazon Kinesis Firehose Near Real-Time
3.9 Apache Kafka
3.10 Cloud Based Application Integration
3.10.1 Data Center Architectures Evolving
3.11 IBM Mission Critical Broker and Streaming Messaging Middleware
3.11.1 IBM WebSphere Streams
3.11.2 IBM MQ
3.11.3 IBM WebSphere MQ
3.11.4 IBM IT Strategy and Design for Middleware
3.11.5 IBM Middleware Key Enabler For Integration And Interoperability
3.11.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Functions
3.11.7 IBM WebSphere MQ
3.11.8 IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Capabilities
3.11.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration File Transfer Business Value
3.11.10 IBM WebSphere MQ Clustering
3.11.11 IBM WebSphere MQ Hardware Cluster May Be Set Up In An Active-Passive Mode Or An Active-Active Mode
3.11.12 IBM WebSphere MQ Supports Clustering Through Split Cluster Transmit Queues
3.11.13 IBM WebSphere MQ End-To-End Security
3.11.14 IBM IoT Blockchain Distributed Replication
3.11.15 Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain
3.11.16 IBM Blockchain Interactions
3.12 Microsoft Cloud
3.12.1 Microsoft Middleware
3.12.2 Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric
3.12.3 Microsoft Azure
3.12.4 Microsoft BizTalk Server
3.12.5 Microsoft.NET Framework Time-to-Market
3.12.6 Microsoft .NET Framework Performance and User Experience
3.12.7 Microsoft.NET Framework Developer Skills and Productivity
3.12.8 Microsoft Visual Studio and .NET
3.13 Tibco
3.13.1 Tibco FTL
3.13.2 Tibco e-FTL Messaging Middleware
3.13.3 Tibco Enterprise Message Service
3.13.4 Tibco Enterprise-Class Messaging Performance
3.13.5 Tibco Reliable, Persistent Messaging
3.13.6 Tibco Rendezvous Publish Subscribe Messaging
3.13.7 Tibco Web Messaging
3.13.8 Tibco Messaging Backbone
3.14 Fiorano API Management
3.14.1 FioranoMQ
3.14.2 FioranoMQ JMS Server
3.14.3 FioranoMQ JMS Server Business Benefits
3.14.4 FioranoMQ JMS Server High Performance
3.14.5 FioranoMQ JMS Server Tight Security
3.15 Software AG webMethods Integration
3.15.1 Software AG Enterprise Service Bus
3.15.2 Software AG Enterprise-Class Messaging Backbone
3.15.3 Software AG webMethods Broker Maximum Messaging Performance
3.15.4 Software AG webMethods Broker Support for Different Messaging Styles
3.15.5 Software AG webMethods Broker Policy-Based Clustering
3.16 Oracle
3.16.1 Oracle Mobile Platform
3.16.2 Oracle Fusion Message Oriented Middleware
3.16.3 Oracle Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)-Based System Asynchronous Exchange Of Messages
3.16.4 Oracle Disadvantages Of Message Loose Coupling
3.16.5 Oracle Message Oriented Middleware
3.16.6 Oracle GlassFish Server
3.16.7 Oracle Business-to-Business Integration
3.16.8 Oracle - WebLogic Suite
3.17 Information Builders WebFOCUS
3.17.1 Information Builders / iWay Middleware Software
3.17.2 iWay Enterprise Integration Middleware
3.17.3 iWay Network Computing
3.17.4 Information Builders iWay EDA for Networked Computing
3.17.5 Information Builders iWay Java for Web-Enterprise Convergence
3.17.6 Information Builders / iWay Middleware Provides The Plumbing
3.17.7 Information Builders/iWay SOA, EDA, and ESB Middleware Solutions
3.18 Fujitsu Software Symfoware
3.18.1 Systemwalker - Integrated Operation Management
3.18.2 Fujitsu openFT-Enterprise File Transfer
3.18.3 Fujitsu openFT-Enterprise File Transfer Achieve Security Level 1
3.18.4 Fujitsu Glovia
3.19 Bosch
3.19.1 Bosch IoT Suite Services - Internet of Things Scenarios
3.19.2 Bosch Vision for the Internet of Things (IoT)
3.20 Aurea Software
3.21 Workday Cloud Platform
3.21.1 Workday Partnership with Microsoft Leverages Systems Integration
3.21.2 Cloud Orchestration Platform Used for Integrations To And From Workday
3.21.3 Workday Integration Cloud Platform Enterprise-Class ESB Grid
3.22 Solace Systems's Messaging Solution
3.22.1 Solace Enterprise Messaging
3.22.2 Solace Systems Qualities Of Service
3.22.3 Solace's Unicast Advantage
3.22.4 Solace Systems 3200 Series Messaging Appliances
3.22.5 Solace Reliable Messaging
3.22.6 Solace Systems Software API Connects to a Messaging Appliance
3.22.7 Solace Systems Embedded Support For Point-To-Point ‘Unicast' Distribution
3.22.8 Solace Guaranteed Messaging
3.22.9 Solace Systems Redundant Architecture for HA, FT and DR (1 and 2)
3.22.10 Solace JMS Messaging
3.22.11 Solace Systems Non-Persistent Messaging
3.22.12 Solace Systems Persistent Messaging
3.22.13 Solace Systems Persistent and Non-Persistent on One Appliance
3.22.14 Solace IPC Shared Memory Messaging
3.23 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Middleware Messaging
3.23.1 Red Hat Addresses Big Data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and Mobile
3.23.2 JBoss® Enterprise Middleware Messaging
3.23.3 Red Hat JBoss Customers
3.23.4 Red Hat AMQP Specification Messaging
3.24 Pivotal RabbitMQ
3.24.1 Pivotal RabbitMQ Clustering
3.25 UIB
3.26 Micro Focus CORBA
3.26.1 Micro Focus Artix
3.26.2 Micro Focus OpenFusion
3.26.3 Micro Focus Orbacus
3.26.4 Micro Focus Orbix
3.26.5 Micro Focus VisiBroker
3.26.6 Microfocus HPE NonStop Middleware and Java
3.26.7 Hewlett Packard Database and Middleware Automation
3.27 OpenText Content Middleware
3.27.1 OpenText Platform
3.27.2 OpenText Comprehensive Information Integration Platform
3.27.3 OpenText Comprehensive Information Integration Value
3.27.4 OpenText GSX B2B Integration Network
3.27.5 GSX Monitor
3.28 BMC Middleware Management
3.28.1 BMC BladeLogic Middleware Automation
3.28.2 BMC Improves Productivity For Release Process Documentation
3.28.3 BMC Middleware Administration
3.28.4 BMC Middleware Monitoring
3.28.5 BMC Application Transaction Tracing
3.29 Nastel AutoPilote
3.29.1 Nastel Middleware Monitoring and Management
3.30 NEC RFID Middleware Products
3.30.1 NEC RFID Middleware
3.30.2 NEC WebOTX RFID Manager Middleware
3.31 Rocket Software Janus Middleware
3.31.1 Rocket Software Encryption
3.31.2 Rocket Software Authentication
3.31.3 Rocket Software Efficiency
3.31.4 Rocket Software Running Secure Model 204 Web Servers
3.32 WSO2 Middleware Platform
3.32.1 WSO2 Message Broker
3.33 VMWare Virtualizing Oracle

4. Mission Critical Middleware and Streaming Messaging Technology
4.1 Apache Kafka
4.1.1 Kafka Event-Driven Applications
4.1.2 Enterprise Publish Subscribe Messaging Enhancements
4.1.3 Kafka Streaming Data Integration Tools
4.1.4 Kafka Streaming Enterprise Service Bus
4.1.5 Kafka Streaming Enterprise Service Bus Change Capture Systems
4.1.6 Data Warehouses and Apache Hadoop
4.1.7 Kafka Stream Processing Systems
4.2 Mission Critical Messaging Communication Protocols
4.2.1 Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Transport Layer
4.2.2 IBM WebSphere MQ Publish / Subscribe Messaging
4.2.3 IBM WebSphere MQ Messaging Provider
4.2.4 WebSphere MQ Asynchronous Message Consumption
4.2.5 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Selection
4.2.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Sharing A Communications Connection
4.2.7 IBM WebSphere MQ Read Ahead On Client Connections
4.2.8 Sending IBM WebSphere MQ Messages
4.2.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Channel Exits
4.2.10 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Properties
4.3 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)
4.4 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Application Integration
4.4.1 IBM WebSphere MQ
4.5 Open Software Specification Messaging
4.5.1 Open Software Message Queuing Protocol Business Case
4.6 OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture
4.6.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication
4.7 Streams For Messaging and Data Access
4.8 Message Queuing
4.8.1 Database Message Queuing
4.8.2 Data and Message Transformation
4.9 Componentization
4.10 Speed, Flexibility, and Scalability
4.11 Mission Critical Message Throughput
4.11.1 Message Persistence
4.11.2 Message Size
4.11.3 Data Format
4.11.4 Message Flow Complexity
4.12 Message Input To Output Ratio
4.13 Required Message Rate
4.14 Parallel Message Processing
4.14.1 Serial Message Processing
4.14.2 Recovery Requirements
4.15 Typical Message Patterns
4.16 Processors Manage Specified Message Flows
4.17 Middleware Messaging Technology Issues
4.17.1 Report Messages Functions
4.17.2 Real-Time Technology Issues
4.17.3 MCA Exit Chaining
4.17.4 Remove Channel Process Definition
4.17.5 Improved Stop Channel Command
4.18 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)
4.19 Dynamic Systems
4.20 Robust, Enterprise-Quality Fault Tolerance
4.20.1 Cache / Queue
4.21 Multicast
4.22 Performance Optimization
4.22.1 Fault Tolerance
4.22.2 Gateways

5. Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Company Description
5.1 360 Logica
5.1.1 360logica SOA Software Testing
5.1.2 360logica SOA Resources
5.1.3 360logica Software Testing Services
5.1.4 360logica Software Testing Company
5.2 ActiveMQ
5.3 Adobe
5.3.1 Adobe Creative Cloud
5.3.2 Adobe Digital Publishing Suite
5.3.3 5Adobe Photoshop
5.3.4 Adobe Acrobat
5.3.5 Adobe Edge Tools & Services
5.3.6 Adobe Digital Marketing
5.4 AgilePoint
5.5 Apache Flume
5.5.1 How ASF And Apache® Projects Grow
5.5.2 How the ASF and Apache Projects Are Governed
5.6 Appian
5.6.1 Appian Technology
5.7 Aurea
5.8 BigAgi
5.9 BizFlow
5.10 BonitaSoft
5.10.1 Bonita Open Source BPM Software
5.10.2 Bonita Open Source BPM Technology
5.10.3 Bonita Open Solution 5
5.11 CA Technologies
5.11.1 CA Revenue
5.11.2 CA / Layer 7
5.11.3 CA / Rally Software
5.11.4 CA / Rally Software Solutions for Organizations
5.12 Cisco Systems
5.12.1 Cisco Business
5.12.2 Strategy and Focus Areas
5.12.3 Cisco Leverages Market Transitions
5.12.4 Cisco Addresses Digital Transformation
5.12.5 Cisco Software-Defined Networking
5.12.6 Cisco Cloud Strategy
5.12.7 Cisco Switching
5.12.8 Cisco Spark
5.12.9 Cisco Data Center
5.12.10 Cisco UCS Mini Edge Of The Network Solution
5.12.11 Cisco Competition
5.12.12 Cisco Revenue
5.12.13 Cisco IoT
5.13 Confluent
5/10.1 Confluent's $50M for Open Source
5.13.1 Kafka / Redhat / Cloudera
5.1.1 Confluent Platform
5.1.2 Confluent Growth
5.14 Crosscheck Networks
5.14.1 Crosscheck Networks API Testing and API Simulation
5.15 Dell / VMWare
5.15.1 VMware Network Virtualization Enables User Self-Provisioning And VMWare Support
5.16 Elastic Stack Open Source
5.16.1 Elasticsearch Geo Data on Any Map
5.17 Fabasoft Group
5.18 Fiorano
5.18.1 Fiorano Leadership In Enterprise Middleware
5.18.2 Fiorano Customers Worldwide
5.19 Fujitsu
5.19.1 Fujitsu Revenue
5.19.2 Fujitsu Corporate Strategy
5.19.3 Fujitsu Interstage
5.19.4 Fujitsu Cloud Service
5.20 Hewlett Packard Enterprise HPE
5.20.1 Hewlett Packard HPE Revenue
5.20.2 HPE Software
5.20.3 Micro Focus Merger With The Software Business Segment of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (“HPE Software”)
5.21 HostBridge
5.22 IBM
5.22.1 IBM Strategy
5.22.2 IBM Capital Investment
5.22.3 IBM Business Segments And Capabilities
5.22.4 IBM Integrated Supply Chain
5.22.5 IBM Cloud Computing
5.22.6 SOA Digital Services
5.22.7 IBM Smarter Planet Strategy
5.22.8 IBM WebSphere SOA Software Capabilities
5.22.9 IBM Watson Solutions
5.22.10 IBM Software
5.22.11 IBM System Z Mainframe Software
5.22.12 IBM Revenue
5.22.13 IBM Cognitive Solutions
5.22.14 IBM Cloud Platform
5.23 Informatica
5.23.1 Informatica Master Data Management (MDM)
5.24 Information Builders / iWay Software
5.24.1 Information Builders / iWay Software
5.25 Intalio
5.26 Kofax
5.27 Managed Methods
5.27.1 Managed Methods Solutions
5.28 Mega
5.28.1 Mega Solutions
5.28.2 Mega Solutions Customers
5.29 Mendix
5.30 Microfocus
5.30.1 Microfocus / Attachmate / Novell
5.30.2 Micro Focus Merger with the Software Business Segment of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (“HPE Software”)
5.31 Microsoft SOA
5.31.1 Microsoft .Net SOA
5.31.2 Microsoft .Net Open Source
5.31.3 Microsoft .NET Framework
5.31.4 Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments
5.31.5 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
5.31.6 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology
5.31.7 Microsoft Entertainment
5.31.8 Microsoft Search
5.31.9 Microsoft Communications And Productivity
5.31.10 Microsoft Revenue
5.31.11 Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies
5.25.12 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
5.31.13 Microsoft Azure Cloud Switch
5.31.14 Microsoft Azure CTO Cloud Building
5.31.15 Microsoft Cloud 2.0 Mega Data Center Multi-Tenant Containers
5.31.16 Microsoft Managed Clustering and Container Management: Docker and Mesos
5.31.17 Kubernetes From Google or Mesos
5.31.18 Microsoft Second Generation Open Cloud Servers
5.31.19 Azure Active Directory
5.31.20 Microsoft Customers
5.32 Mulesoft
5.32.1 MuleSoft
5.33 Nastel Technologies
5.33.1 Nastel Privately Held Company
5.34 Newgen
5.35 OpenText
5.35.1 OpenText Actuate
5.35.2 Actuate Core Strengths
5.35.3 OpenText Target Markets
5.35.4 OpenText / Cordys
5.35.5 OpenText Acquisition of GXS Group
5.32.7 GSX
5.36 Oracle
5.36.1 Oracle Revenue
5.37 PegaSystems
5.37.1 Pega Exchange' for BPM and SOA-
5.38 Perficient
5.38.1 Perficient ProHealth Care Drives Population Health Management through Epic's Cogito Data Warehouse
5.39 Pivotal
5.39.1 Pivotal Comprehensive PaaS
5.39.2 Pivotal Speeds Time To Market
5.39.3 Pivotal / RabbitMQ
5.40 PNM Soft
5.41 Progress Software
5.42 Red Hat
5.42.1 Kafka / Redhat / Cloudera
5.43 SAP
5.43.1 SAP SOA Enterprise Applications
5.43.2 SAP Aligns Solutions With Innovation to Improve Production Process
5.43.3 SAP User Planned Updates
5.45 Software AG
5.45.1 Software AG Revenue by Segment
5.45.2 Software AG
5.45.3 Software AG Buys Progress® Apama
5.46 Tibco Software
5.46.1 TIBCO Software Mashery Professional API Management Solution
5.46.2 Tibco Software Functionality Provided by the Tibco ActiveMatrix
5.46.3 Tibco Revenue
5.46.4 Tibco Software
5.46.5 Tibco
5.46.6 Tibco ActiveMatrix
5.46.7 Tibco Software Customers
5.46.8 Tibco Event-Enabled Enterprise Platform
5.46.9 Tibco Platform
5.46.10 Tibco SOA Development
5.46.11 Tibco Cloud Computing Environments
5.46.12 Tibco Software Acquires Maporama Solutions
5.46.13 Tibco / Maporama Solutions
5.46.14 Tibco Customer Interportpolice Deploys Tibbr As Global Collaboration Platform
5.46.15 Renaissance Capital / Tibco Big Data Opportunity
5.47 WSO2
5.47.1 WSO2 Products
5.47.2 WSO2 Open Source and Standards
5.47.3 SEERC Technology Research Center Uses WSO2 for Governance Registry
5.48 Messaging Middleware Companies

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Market Leaders:

  • Confluent
  • Fiorano
  • Fujitsu
  • IBM
  • Microfocus / HPE Software
  • Microsoft
  • Mulesoft
  • Oracle
  • RedHat
  • Software AG / WebMethods
  • Tibco

Selected Market Participants:

  • 360 Logica
  • ActiveMQ
  • Adobe
  • AgilePoint
  • Apache Flume
  • Appian
  • Aurea
  • BigAgi
  • BizFlow
  • BonitaSoft
  • CA Technologies
  • Cisco Systems
  • Confluent
  • Crosscheck Networks
  • Dell / VMWare
  • Elastic Stack Open Source
  • Fabasoft Group
  • Fiorano
  • Fujitsu
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • HPE HostBridge
  • IBM
  • Informatica
  • Information Builders / iWay Software
  • Intalio
  • Kofax
  • Managed Methods
  • Mega
  • Mendix
  • Microfocus
  • Microsoft SOA
  • Mulesoft
  • Nastel Technologies
  • Newgen
  • OpenText
  • Oracle
  • PegaSystems
  • Perficient
  • Pivotal
  • PNM Soft
  • Progress Software
  • Red Hat
  • SAP
  • Software AG
  • Tibco Software
  • WSO2
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