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


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

SKU WGMAY131703
Category ICT
Publisher Wintergreen Research
Pages 664
Published May-17
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Description

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.
Companies Profiled
Market Leaders
IBM
Microsoft
Tibco
Oracle
Microfocus / HPE Software
RedHat
Fujitsu
Fiorano
Confluent
Mulesoft
Software AG / WebMethods
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
SOALIB
Software AG
Tibco Software
WSO2


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Table of Content

Table of Contents
Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Executive Summary 37
Mission Critical is Decoupled Messaging 37
Superior Application Middleware Delivers Enterprise Agility 42
With IoT, APIs Are Used for Everything 44
Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 45
IBM Blockchain Interactions 52
IBM Use Cases for IoT and Blockchain 53
Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares 54
Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts 57
1. Mission Critical Messaging and Streaming Market Definition 59
1.1 Mission Critical Kafka API Streaming 59
1.2 Apache Kafka Distributed Streaming Platform 63
1.2.1 Stream Processing 69
1.2.2 Apache Event Sourcing 70
1.3 Private Cloud Computing Model 72
1.3.1 IBM WebSphere SOA Open Systems Cloud Foundation 72
1.3.2 IBM SOA Foundation 73
1.4 Mission Critical Messaging Products 74
1.4.1 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging 74
1.5 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) 75
1.6 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Secure Application Integration 77
1.6.1 IBM WebSphere MQ 79
1.7 OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture 79
1.7.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication 80
1.8 Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Open Connectivity 81
1.8.1 Messaging Solutions 81
1.9 Message Trends 82
1.10 Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics 84
1.11 SOA Governance Lifecycle 86
1.11.1 Cloud Model For Consuming And Delivering Business And IT Services 89
1.11.2 Cloud Computing 89
1.11.3 Google Clos Networks 91
1.11.4 Microsoft Cloud Business Model: Private Cloud – Unlimited Virtualization Rights 94
2. Mission Critical Messaging and Streaming Market Shares and Market Forecasts 97
2.1 Mission Critical is Decoupled Messaging 97
2.1.1 Superior Application Middleware Delivers Enterprise Agility 102
2.1.2 With IoT, APIs Are Used for Everything 104
2.1.3 Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 105
2.1.4 IBM Blockchain Interactions 112
2.1.5 IBM Use Cases for IoT and Blockchain 113
2.2 Mission Critical Messaging Market Shares 114
2.2.1 IBM WebSphere MQ 118
2.2.2 .NET MSMQ from Microsoft 120
2.2.3 Tibco Transport Layer 121
2.2.4 Fiorano Enterprise Messaging Backbone 122
2.2.5 FioranoMQ JMS Server 123
2.2.6 Micro Focus 123
2.2.7 Open Text / GSX 124
2.2.8 Apache Kafka Usage at Linked IN 125
2.2.9 Confluent 125
2.3 Mission Critical Messaging Market Forecasts 127
2.3.1 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments Analysis 130
2.3.2 Cloud 2.0 Mega Data Center Evolution 134
2.3.3 Worldwide Mission Critical Messaging Unit Shipments 136
2.3.4 Typical Providers of Industrial IoT Asset Efficiency Solutions 138
2.3.5 Hitachi Analytics Diagnoses Manufacturing Leveraging Messaging Middleware 139
2.3.6 SOA Integration Of E-Business 139
2.3.7 Market Driving Forces For Real Time Exchange of Information 142
2.3.8 Containers Hold Real Promise For Application Integration 146
2.3.9 Mission Critical Messaging Growth Factors 148
2.3.10 Backbone Connectivity Across All Platforms with Open Systems 151
2.3.11 Financial Services and Messaging Applications 152
2.3.12 NET Microsoft Web Services 157
2.3.13 Publish Subscribe Messaging 157
2.3.14 JMS Messaging 158
2.3.15 SCADA Messaging 159
2.3.16 Open Systems Backbone Connectivity Across Platforms / Messaging Integrated Across Microsoft 160
2.3.18 Open Source Distributed Messaging System Description 161
2.4 Mission Critical Messaging Regional Analysis 162
3. Middleware Messaging and API Streaming Messaging Product Description 165
3.1 Apache Kafka 165
3.2 Kafka Streams API 166
3.2.1 Kafka Streams API included with Apache Kafka and Confluent Enterprise 171
3.3 Confluent Kafka 175
3.3.1 Kafka Streams API Continuous Queries Used To Automate Real-Time Intelligence At Scale 176
3.3.2 Kafka Streams API Flow Of Data In Real-Time Streams 179
3.4 Storm 181
3.4.1 Storm Distributed Messaging System 182
3.4.2 Storm Publish-Subscribe Model 182
3.4.3 Storm Messaging System 183
3.5 Samza 183
3.6 Flink 184
3.6.1 Flink Streaming Partitioning 186
3.7 Cisco Spark Messaging 188
3.7.1 Cisco Spark End-to-End Encryption Of Content 189
3.7.2 Cisco Spark Encryption in Transit 190
3.7.3 Cisco Spark Authorization and Authentication 190
3.7.4 Cisco Spark Hybrid Data Security 191
3.7.5 Cisco IoT 192
3.8 AWS Kinesis 192
3.8.1 Amazon Kinesis Analytics Product Details 193
3.8.2 Amazon Kinesis Firehose Near Real-Time 196
3.9 Apache Kafka 197
3.10 Cloud Based Application Integration 198
3.10.1 Data Center Architectures Evolving 202
3.11 IBM Mission Critical Broker and Streaming Messaging Middleware 203
3.11.1 IBM WebSphere Streams 204
3.11.2 IBM MQ 205
3.11.3 IBM WebSphere MQ 212
3.11.4 IBM IT Strategy and Design for Middleware 213
3.11.5 IBM Middleware Key Enabler For Integration And Interoperability 213
3.11.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Functions 219
3.11.7 IBM WebSphere MQ 224
3.11.8 IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Capabilities 226
3.11.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Integration File Transfer Business Value 228
3.11.10 IBM WebSphere MQ Clustering 231
3.11.11 IBM WebSphere MQ Hardware Cluster May Be Set Up In An Active-Passive Mode Or An Active-Active Mode 232
3.11.12 IBM WebSphere MQ Supports Clustering Through Split Cluster Transmit Queues 233
3.11.13 IBM WebSphere MQ End-To-End Security 234
3.11.14 IBM IoT Blockchain Distributed Replication 237
3.11.15 Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 237
3.11.16 IBM Blockchain Interactions 244
3.12 Microsoft Cloud 245
3.12.1 Microsoft Middleware 246
3.12.2 Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric 248
3.12.3 Microsoft Azure 249
3.12.4 Microsoft BizTalk Server 250
3.12.5 Microsoft.NET Framework Time-to-Market 256
3.12.6 Microsoft .NET Framework Performance and User Experience 256
3.12.7 Microsoft.NET Framework Developer Skills and Productivity 256
3.12.8 Microsoft Visual Studio and .NET 257
3.13 Tibco 257
3.13.1 Tibco FTL 258
3.13.2 Tibco e-FTL Messaging Middleware 260
3.13.3 Tibco Enterprise Message Service 263
3.13.4 Tibco Enterprise-Class Messaging Performance 265
3.13.5 Tibco Reliable, Persistent Messaging 265
3.13.6 Tibco Rendezvous Publish Subscribe Messaging 267
3.13.7 Tibco Web Messaging 269
3.13.8 Tibco Messaging Backbone 272
3.14 Fiorano API Management 274
3.14.1 FioranoMQ 276
3.14.2 FioranoMQ JMS Server 280
3.14.3 FioranoMQ JMS Server Business Benefits 281
3.14.4 FioranoMQ JMS Server High Performance 282
3.14.5 FioranoMQ JMS Server Tight Security 282
3.15 Software AG webMethods Integration 283
3.15.1 Software AG Enterprise Service Bus 284
3.15.2 Software AG Enterprise-Class Messaging Backbone 285
3.15.3 Software AG webMethods Broker Maximum Messaging Performance 287
3.15.4 Software AG webMethods Broker Support for Different Messaging Styles 288
3.15.5 Software AG webMethods Broker Policy-Based Clustering 289
3.16 Oracle 290
3.16.1 Oracle Mobile Platform 290
3.16.2 Oracle Fusion Message Oriented Middleware 292
3.16.3 Oracle Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)-Based System Asynchronous Exchange Of Messages 295
3.16.4 Oracle Disadvantages Of Message Loose Coupling 297
3.16.5 Oracle Message Oriented Middleware 297
3.16.6 Oracle GlassFish Server 299
3.16.7 Oracle Business-to-Business Integration 299
3.16.8 Oracle - WebLogic Suite 300
3.17 Information Builders WebFOCUS 301
3.17.1 Information Builders / iWay Middleware Software 303
3.17.2 iWay Enterprise Integration Middleware 303
3.17.3 iWay Network Computing 304
3.17.4 Information Builders iWay EDA for Networked Computing 305
3.17.5 Information Builders iWay Java for Web-Enterprise Convergence 306
3.17.6 Information Builders / iWay Middleware Provides The Plumbing 307
3.17.7 Information Builders/iWay SOA, EDA, and ESB Middleware Solutions 310
3.18 Fujitsu Software Symfoware 311
3.18.1 Systemwalker - Integrated Operation Management 311
3.18.2 Fujitsu openFT-Enterprise File Transfer 311
3.18.3 Fujitsu openFT-Enterprise File Transfer Achieve Security Level 1 312
3.18.4 Fujitsu Glovia 313
3.19 Bosch 316
3.19.1 Bosch IoT Suite Services - Internet of Things Scenarios 316
3.19.2 Bosch Vision for the Internet of Things (IoT) 322
3.20 Aurea Software 323
3.21 Workday Cloud Platform 325
3.21.1 Workday Partnership with Microsoft Leverages Systems Integration 325
3.21.2 Cloud Orchestration Platform Used for Integrations To And From Workday 326
3.21.3 Workday Integration Cloud Platform Enterprise-Class ESB Grid 327
3.22 Solace Systems’s Messaging Solution 330
3.22.1 Solace Enterprise Messaging 330
3.22.2 Solace Systems Qualities Of Service 330
3.22.3 Solace’s Unicast Advantage 334
3.22.4 Solace Systems 3200 Series Messaging Appliances 334
3.22.5 Solace Reliable Messaging 335
3.22.6 Solace Systems Software API Connects to a Messaging Appliance 336
3.22.7 Solace Systems Embedded Support For Point-To-Point ‘Unicast’ Distribution 338
3.22.8 Solace Guaranteed Messaging 340
3.22.9 Solace Systems Redundant Architecture for HA, FT and DR (1 and 2) 341
3.22.10 Solace JMS Messaging 343
3.22.11 Solace Systems Non-Persistent Messaging 344
3.22.12 Solace Systems Persistent Messaging 345
3.22.13 Solace Systems Persistent and Non-Persistent on One Appliance 345
3.22.14 Solace IPC Shared Memory Messaging 346
3.23 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Middleware Messaging 348
3.23.1 Red Hat Addresses Big Data, the Internet of Things (IoT), and Mobile 350
3.23.2 JBoss® Enterprise Middleware Messaging 353
3.23.3 Red Hat JBoss Customers 353
3.23.4 Red Hat AMQP Specification Messaging 355
3.24 Pivotal RabbitMQ 356
3.24.1 Pivotal RabbitMQ Clustering 358
3.25 UIB 360
3.26 Micro Focus CORBA 361
3.26.1 Micro Focus Artix 362
3.26.2 Micro Focus OpenFusion 363
3.26.3 Micro Focus Orbacus 364
3.26.4 Micro Focus Orbix 364
3.26.5 Micro Focus VisiBroker 365
3.26.6 Microfocus HPE NonStop Middleware and Java 366
3.26.7 Hewlett Packard Database and Middleware Automation 368
3.27 OpenText Content Middleware 370
3.27.1 OpenText Platform 370
3.27.2 OpenText Comprehensive Information Integration Platform 372
3.27.3 OpenText Comprehensive Information Integration Value 372
3.27.4 OpenText GSX B2B Integration Network 373
3.27.5 GSX Monitor 375
3.28 BMC Middleware Management 378
3.28.1 BMC BladeLogic Middleware Automation 380
3.28.2 BMC Improves Productivity For Release Process Documentation 381
3.28.3 BMC Middleware Administration 381
3.28.4 BMC Middleware Monitoring 383
3.28.5 BMC Application Transaction Tracing 384
3.29 Nastel AutoPilote 386
3.29.1 Nastel Middleware Monitoring and Management 387
3.30 NEC RFID Middleware Products 388
3.30.1 NEC RFID Middleware 390
3.30.2 NEC WebOTX RFID Manager Middleware 392
3.31 Rocket Software Janus Middleware 394
3.31.1 Rocket Software Encryption 397
3.31.2 Rocket Software Authentication 398
3.31.3 Rocket Software Efficiency 398
3.31.4 Rocket Software Running Secure Model 204 Web Servers 398
3.32 WSO2 Middleware Platform 400
3.32.1 WSO2 Message Broker 401
3.33 VMWare Virtualizing Oracle 403
4. Mission Critical Middleware and Streaming Messaging Technology 405
4.1 Apache Kafka 405
4.1.1 Kafka Event-Driven Applications 407
4.1.2 Enterprise Publish Subscribe Messaging Enhancements 409
4.1.3 Kafka Streaming Data Integration Tools 410
4.1.4 Kafka Streaming Enterprise Service Bus 410
4.1.5 Kafka Streaming Enterprise Service Bus Change Capture Systems 410
4.1.6 Data Warehouses and Apache Hadoop 411
4.1.7 Kafka Stream Processing Systems 411
4.2 Mission Critical Messaging Communication Protocols 412
4.2.1 Mission Critical Messaging Middleware Transport Layer 413
4.2.2 IBM WebSphere MQ Publish / Subscribe Messaging 424
4.2.3 IBM WebSphere MQ Messaging Provider 425
4.2.4 WebSphere MQ Asynchronous Message Consumption 425
4.2.5 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Selection 426
4.2.6 IBM WebSphere MQ Sharing A Communications Connection 426
4.2.7 IBM WebSphere MQ Read Ahead On Client Connections 427
4.2.8 Sending IBM WebSphere MQ Messages 429
4.2.9 IBM WebSphere MQ Channel Exits 429
4.2.10 IBM WebSphere MQ Message Properties 430
4.3 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) 433
4.4 Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Application Integration 436
4.4.1 IBM WebSphere MQ 438
4.5 Open Software Specification Messaging 438
4.5.1 Open Software Message Queuing Protocol Business Case 439
4.6 OASIS Secure, Reliable Transaction Web Services Messaging Architecture441
4.6.1 Reliable Message-Based Web Services Communication 442
4.7 Streams For Messaging and Data Access 443
4.8 Message Queuing 445
4.8.1 Database Message Queuing 445
4.8.2 Data and Message Transformation 446
4.9 Componentization 446
4.10 Speed, Flexibility, and Scalability 448
4.11 Mission Critical Message Throughput 449
4.11.1 Message Persistence 450
4.11.2 Message Size 451
4.11.3 Data Format 451
4.11.4 Message Flow Complexity 451
4.12 Message Input To Output Ratio 452
4.13 Required Message Rate 453
4.14 Parallel Message Processing 453
4.14.1 Serial Message Processing 454
4.14.2 Recovery Requirements 454
4.15 Typical Message Patterns 455
4.16 Processors Manage Specified Message Flows 457
4.17 Middleware Messaging Technology Issues 458
4.17.1 Report Messages Functions 460
4.17.2 Real-Time Technology Issues 461
4.17.3 MCA Exit Chaining 462
4.17.4 Remove Channel Process Definition 462
4.17.5 Improved Stop Channel Command 462
4.18 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 462
4.19 Dynamic Systems 463
4.20 Robust, Enterprise-Quality Fault Tolerance 464
4.20.1 Cache / Queue 465
4.21 Multicast 466
4.22 Performance Optimization 467
4.22.1 Fault Tolerance 468
4.22.2 Gateways 469
5. Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Company Description 471
5.1 360 Logica 471
5.1.1 360logica SOA Software Testing 471
5.1.2 360logica SOA Resources 472
5.1.3 360logica Software Testing Services 472
5.1.4 360logica Software Testing Company 476
5.2 ActiveMQ 477
5.3 Adobe 479
5.3.1 Adobe Creative Cloud 481
5.3.2 Adobe Digital Publishing Suite 482
5.3.3 5Adobe Photoshop 482
5.3.4 Adobe Acrobat 482
5.3.5 Adobe Edge Tools & Services 483
5.3.6 Adobe Digital Marketing 483
5.4 AgilePoint 484
5.5 Apache Flume 485
5.5.1 How ASF And Apache® Projects Grow 486
5.5.2 How the ASF and Apache Projects Are Governed 486
5.6 Appian 487
5.6.1 Appian Technology 487
5.7 Aurea 488
5.8 BigAgi 490
5.9 BizFlow 490
5.10 BonitaSoft 491
5.10.1 Bonita Open Source BPM Software 491
5.10.2 Bonita Open Source BPM Technology 492
5.10.3 Bonita Open Solution 5 492
5.11 CA Technologies 493
5.11.1 CA Revenue 494
5.11.2 CA / Layer 7 494
5.11.3 CA / Rally Software 495
5.11.4 CA / Rally Software Solutions for Organizations 497
5.12 Cisco Systems 498
5.12.1 Cisco Business 498
5.12.2 Strategy and Focus Areas 499
5.12.3 Cisco Leverages Market Transitions 501
5.12.4 Cisco Addresses Digital Transformation 502
5.12.5 Cisco Software-Defined Networking 503
5.12.6 Cisco Cloud Strategy 504
5.12.7 Cisco Switching 505
5.12.8 Cisco Spark 507
5.12.9 Cisco Data Center 508
5.12.10 Cisco UCS Mini Edge Of The Network Solution 509
5.12.11 Cisco Competition 510
5.12.12 Cisco Revenue 513
5.12.13 Cisco IoT 514
5.13 Confluent 514
5/10.1 Confluent’s $50M for Open Source 516
5.13.1 Kafka / Redhat / Cloudera 517
5.1.1 Confluent Platform 519
5.1.2 Confluent Growth 520
5.14 Crosscheck Networks 521
5.14.1 Crosscheck Networks API Testing and API Simulation 522
5.15 Dell / VMWare 522
5.15.1 VMware Network Virtualization Enables User Self-Provisioning And VMWare Support 523
5.16 Elastic Stack Open Source 524
5.16.1 Elasticsearch Geo Data on Any Map 525
5.17 Fabasoft Group 526
5.18 Fiorano 527
5.18.1 Fiorano Leadership In Enterprise Middleware 528
5.18.2 Fiorano Customers Worldwide 529
5.19 Fujitsu 530
5.19.1 Fujitsu Revenue 532
5.19.2 Fujitsu Corporate Strategy 537
5.19.3 Fujitsu Interstage 538
5.19.4 Fujitsu Cloud Service 538
5.20 Hewlett Packard Enterprise HPE 539
5.20.1 Hewlett Packard HPE Revenue 542
5.20.2 HPE Software 542
5.20.3 Micro Focus Merger With The Software Business Segment of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (“HPE Software”) 543
5.21 HostBridge 544
5.22 IBM 545
5.22.1 IBM Strategy 547
5.22.2 IBM Capital Investment 548
5.22.3 IBM Business Segments And Capabilities 550
5.22.4 IBM Integrated Supply Chain 550
5.22.5 IBM Cloud Computing 551
5.22.6 SOA Digital Services 568
5.22.7 IBM Smarter Planet Strategy 568
5.22.8 IBM WebSphere SOA Software Capabilities 569
5.22.9 IBM Watson Solutions 569
5.22.10 IBM Software 570
5.22.11 IBM System Z Mainframe Software 571
5.22.12 IBM Revenue 572
5.22.13 IBM Cognitive Solutions 573
5.22.14 IBM Cloud Platform 573
5.23 Informatica 574
5.23.1 Informatica Master Data Management (MDM) 574
5.24 Information Builders / iWay Software 575
5.24.1 Information Builders / iWay Software 575
5.25 Intalio 576
5.26 Kofax 576
5.27 Managed Methods 578
5.27.1 Managed Methods Solutions 579
5.28 Mega 581
5.28.1 Mega Solutions 582
5.28.2 Mega Solutions Customers 583
5.29 Mendix 583
5.30 Microfocus 584
5.30.1 Microfocus / Attachmate / Novell 585
5.30.2 Micro Focus Merger with the Software Business Segment of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (“HPE Software”) 585
5.31 Microsoft SOA 586
5.31.1 Microsoft .Net SOA 587
5.31.2 Microsoft .Net Open Source 588
5.31.3 Microsoft .NET Framework 589
5.31.4 Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments 590
5.31.5 Microsoft Smart Connected Devices 590
5.31.6 Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology 591
5.31.7 Microsoft Entertainment 592
5.31.8 Microsoft Search 592
5.31.9 Microsoft Communications And Productivity 593
5.31.10 Microsoft Revenue 593
5.31.11 Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies 594
5.25.12 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing 595
5.31.13 Microsoft Azure Cloud Switch 596
5.31.14 Microsoft Azure CTO Cloud Building 598
5.31.15 Microsoft Cloud 2.0 Mega Data Center Multi-Tenant Containers 599
5.31.16 Microsoft Managed Clustering and Container Management: Docker and Mesos 600
5.31.17 Kubernetes From Google or Mesos 601
5.31.18 Microsoft Second Generation Open Cloud Servers 601
5.31.19 Azure Active Directory 601
5.31.20 Microsoft Customers 602
5.32 Mulesoft 602
5.32.1 MuleSoft 603
5.33 Nastel Technologies 606
5.33.1 Nastel Privately Held Company 607
5.34 Newgen 608
5.35 OpenText 608
5.35.1 OpenText Actuate 610
5.35.2 Actuate Core Strengths 612
5.35.3 OpenText Target Markets 612
5.35.4 OpenText / Cordys 613
5.35.5 OpenText Acquisition of GXS Group 613
5.32.7 GSX 614
5.36 Oracle 616
5.36.1 Oracle Revenue 616
5.37 PegaSystems 618
5.37.1 Pega Exchange' for BPM and SOA- 619
5.38 Perficient 619
5.38.1 Perficient ProHealth Care Drives Population Health Management through Epic’s Cogito Data Warehouse 620
5.39 Pivotal 623
5.39.1 Pivotal Comprehensive PaaS 623
5.39.2 Pivotal Speeds Time To Market 623
5.39.3 Pivotal / RabbitMQ 624
5.40 PNM Soft 627
5.41 Progress Software 628
5.42 Red Hat 628
5.42.1 Kafka / Redhat / Cloudera 630
5.43 SAP 630
5.43.1 SAP SOA Enterprise Applications 631
5.43.2 SAP Aligns Solutions With Innovation to Improve Production Process 631
5.43.3 SAP User Planned Updates 632
5.44 SOALIB 632
5.44.1 SOALIB and SOASYNC 633
5.45 Software AG 634
5.45.1 Software AG Revenue by Segment 635
5.45.2 Software AG 635
5.45.3 Software AG Buys Progress® Apama 636
5.46 Tibco Software 636
5.46.1 TIBCO Software Mashery Professional API Management Solution 637
5.46.2 Tibco Software Functionality Provided by the Tibco ActiveMatrix 638
5.46.3 Tibco Revenue 639
5.46.4 Tibco Software 640
5.46.5 Tibco 646
5.46.6 Tibco ActiveMatrix 646
5.46.7 Tibco Software Customers 646
5.46.8 Tibco Event-Enabled Enterprise Platform 647
5.46.9 Tibco Platform 648
5.46.10 Tibco SOA Development 648
5.46.11 Tibco Cloud Computing Environments 650
5.46.12 Tibco Software Acquires Maporama Solutions 650
5.46.13 Tibco / Maporama Solutions 651
5.46.14 Tibco Customer Interportpolice Deploys Tibbr As Global Collaboration Platform 651
5.46.15 Renaissance Capital / Tibco Big Data Opportunity 654
5.47 WSO2 655
5.47.1 WSO2 Products 656
5.47.2 WSO2 Open Source and Standards 656
5.47.3 SEERC Technology Research Center Uses WSO2 for Governance Registry 656
5.48 Messaging Middleware Companies 658

List of Figures

List of Figures
Figure 1. Messaging Middleware Market Driving Forces 41
Figure 2. Middleware Messaging Market Factors 43
Figure 3. Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 46
Figure 4. A Distributed IoT Shared Ledger Built On IBM Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, And Permanence 48
Figure 5. A Shared Ledger Built on Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, and Permanence 49
Figure 6. Blockchain Attributes Framework: 50
Figure 7. IBM Blockchain Interactions 52
Figure 8. Mission Critical Messaging and API Integration Streaming Tools Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 56
Figure 9. Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 58
Figure 10. Kafka API Streaming Functions 60
Figure 11. Kafka API Message Streaming Platform 61
Figure 12. Apache Kafka Distributed Streaming Platform Key Capabilities 63
Figure 13. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Driving Forces 65
Figure 14. Key Areas Of The IoT Market 68
Figure 15. Kafka Core APIs: 70
Figure 16. Kafka Cluster: 71
Figure 17. IBM SOA Foundation Business, Infrastructure, and Data Information Architecture 73
Figure 18. Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For SOA Software Used to Implement Process Flexibility 76
Figure 19. Mission Critical Messaging ESB Functions 76
Figure 20. Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Integration Software Provides A Base For Application Connectivity 78
Figure 21. Mission Critical Messaging Integration Functions 78
Figure 22. Messaging Middleware Messaging Trends 83
Figure 23. Mission Critical Messaging Market Dynamics 85
Figure 24. IBM SOA Governance Lifecycle 86
Figure 25. Private Cloud Attributes 87
Figure 26. Private Cloud Computing Model Characteristics 88
Figure 27. Google Clos Multistage Switching Network 93
Figure 28. Messaging Middleware Market Driving Forces 101
Figure 29. Middleware Messaging Market Factors 103
Figure 30. Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 106
Figure 31. A Distributed IoT Shared Ledger Built On IBM Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, And Permanence 108
Figure 32. A Shared Ledger Built on Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, and Permanence 109
Figure 33. Blockchain Attributes Framework: 110
Figure 34. IBM Blockchain Interactions 112
Figure 35. Mission Critical Messaging and API Integration Streaming Tools Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 116
Figure 36. Mission Critical Messaging and API Integration Streaming Tools Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 117
Figure 37. Confluent Kafka Ecosystem Of Data Pipelines And Topology 126
Figure 38. Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 128
Figure 39. Middleware Messaging Market Totals, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 129
Figure 40. Mission Critical Messaging Market Segments Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2017-2023 132
Figure 41. Market Driving Forces For Real Time Computing 145
Figure 42. Market Driving Forces For SOA 146
Figure 43. Mission Critical Messaging Growth Factors 149
Figure 44. Mission Critical Messaging Benefits 150
Figure 45. Messaging Middleware Market Components 150
Figure 46. Mission Critical Messaging Financial Services Applications 153
Figure 47. Mission Critical Messaging Security Aspects 154
Figure 48. Mission Critical Telecommunications Messaging Applications 155
Figure 49. Mission Critical Government Messaging Applications 156
Figure 50. Mission Critical Messaging and API Integration Streaming Tools Regional Markets, 2016 163
Figure 51. Mission Critical Messaging and API Integration Streaming Tools Regional Market Segments, 2016 164
Figure 52. Apache Kafka Distributed Messaging System Designed For Streams 165
Figure 53. Internet of Things (IoT) Applications Market Generating Log Messages 168
Figure 54. Kafka Request Response Enterprise Service Bus Application 170
Figure 55. Streams API in Kafka: The Power without the Weight 172
Figure 56. Streams API in Kafka Functions 173
Figure 57. Confluent Kafka Stream-Based Microservices 174
Figure 58. Confluent Kafka Supports Continuous Queries 175
Figure 59. Kafka Streams API Continuous Transformations 176
Figure 60. Kafka Streams API Event Triggered Processes 177
Figure 61. Kafka Streams API Apps and Services 178
Figure 62. Kafka Streaming Platform Design 180
Figure 63. Cisco Spark Functions 189
Figure 64. Amazon Kinesis Firehose 195
Figure 65. Apache Kafka Enterprise Messaging Package 197
Figure 66. Cloud 2.0 Mega Data Center Market Driving Forces 200
Figure 67. IBM MQ Messaging Functions 205
Figure 68. IBM MQ Functions: 206
Figure 69. IBM MQ Tools and Resources: 210
Figure 70. IBM WebSphere MQ Functions: 211
Figure 71. IBM MQ Explorer Functions 212
Figure 72. IBM IT Strategy and Design for Middleware 213
Figure 73. IBM WebSphere MQ Versatile Messaging Integration From Mainframe To Mobile 214
Figure 74. IBM WebSphere MQ Message Delivery With Security-Rich Features215
Figure 75. IBM WebSphere MQ Message Transport 216
Figure 76. IBM WebSphere MQ Administrative Features 217
Figure 77. IBM WebSphere MQ Open Standards Development Tools 218
Figure 78. IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Benefits 220
Figure 79. IBM WebSphere MQ Time-Independent Processing 221
Figure 80. IBM WebSphere MQ Assured Delivery Functions 223
Figure 81. IBM WebSphere MQ WMQ providing a Universal Messaging Backbone 224
Figure 82. IBM WebSphere MQ Goals For Business Resilience in a Sysplex QSG (Queue Sharing Group) 225
Figure 83. IBM WebSphere MQ Telemetry Capabilities 227
Figure 84. IBM WebSphere MQ Integration Business Value 229
Figure 85. IBM WebSphere MQ Middleware Development Facilities 230
Figure 86. IBM WebSphere MQ Remote Network Administration And Configuration 231
Figure 87. IBM WebSphere MQ Clustering 231
Figure 88. IBM WebSphere MQ End-To-End Security 234
Figure 89. IBM WebSphere MQ Web Services 235
Figure 90. IBM WebSphere MQ Integration Supported Environments 236
Figure 91. Web Transactions Implemented by IBM Blockchain 238
Figure 92. A Distributed IoT Shared Ledger Built On IBM Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, And Permanence 240
Figure 93. A Shared Ledger Built on Blockchain Offers Visibility, Trust, and Permanence 241
Figure 94. Blockchain Attributes Framework: 242
Figure 95. IBM Blockchain Interactions 244
Figure 96. Microsoft Middleware Key Elements 247
Figure 97. Microsoft Middleware IT Pro Management Tools 247
Figure 98. Microsoft Middleware Enterprise-Ready Platform 247
Figure 99. Microsoft Middleware Foundation Developer Frameworks 251
Figure 100. Microsoft Middleware Foundation Modules 252
Figure 101. Microsoft Infrastructure Middleware Offerings Key Elements 253
Figure 102. Microsoft Infrastructure Middleware Modules 254
Figure 103. Microsoft.NET Framework Benefits 255
Figure 104. Tibco FTL Benefits 259
Figure 105. Tibco e-FTL Message Middleware Benefits 260
Figure 106. TIBCO's Messaging Software Benefits 262
Figure 107. Tibco Messaging Solutions Value 263
Figure 108. Tibco Messaging Software Advantages 264
Figure 109. Tibco FTL Message Switch Benefits 266
Figure 110. Tibco Rendezvous Publish Subscribe Messaging Benefits 268
Figure 111. TIBCO Web Messaging Benefits 270
Figure 112. TIBCO Enterprise Message Functions 271
Figure 113. Tibco Messaging Solutions Positioning 273
Figure 114. Tibco Common Backbone for Services and Real Time Information Flow 274
Figure 115. Fiorano API Management Platform Functions: 275
Figure 116. FioranoMQ® Java Message Service (JMS) Compliant Platform 277
Figure 117. Fiorano enterprise Messaging Middleware Backbone Features 278
Figure 118. Fiorano Messaging Middleware Features 279
Figure 119. Fiorano Messaging Middleware Continuous Availability 279
Figure 120. Fiorano Messaging Middleware Linear Scalability 279
Figure 121. Fiorano Messaging Middleware Robust Security 280
Figure 122. Fiorano Messaging Middleware Global Manageability 280
Figure 123. Software AG's webMethods Integration Platform Key Benefits 284
Figure 124. Software AG Enterprise-Class Messaging Styles: 286
Figure 125. Software AG webMethods Broker Messages Configuration 286
Figure 126. Software AG webMethods Broker Message Types 289
Figure 127. Software AG webMethods Broker Messaging Quality-Of-Service Requirements Features 290
Figure 128. Oracle Middleware Messaging 293
Figure 129. Oracle Middleware Category Groups 294
Figure 130. Oracle Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)-Based System Asynchronous Exchange Of Messages 295
Figure 131. Oracle Combining RPC and MOM Systems 298
Figure 132. iWay Middleware, EDA Software Glue 304
Figure 133. Information Builders / iWay WebFOCUS Process 309
Figure 134. Information Builders/iWay SOA, EDA, and ESB Middleware Solutions 310
Figure 135. Fujitsu openFT Features 312
Figure 136. Fujitsu Glovia Functions 315
Figure 137. Software Services of the Bosch IoT Suite 316
Figure 138. Bosch IoT Suite Connecting Five Million Devices And Machines 317
Figure 139. Bosch IoT Suite Services 318
Figure 140. Bosch IoT Suite Device Connection Features 319
Figure 141. Bosch IoT Suite Device Connection Functions 320
Figure 142. Bosch IoT Global System Integrator Partnerships 320
Figure 143. Bosch IoT Technology Partners: 321
Figure 144. Bosch IoT Memberships 321
Figure 145. Bosch IoT Joint Research Ventures 322
Figure 146. Workday Integration Cloud Platform Functions: 325
Figure 147. Workday’s Integration Cloud Platform Components 327
Figure 148. Workday’s Integration Cloud Platform 328
Figure 149. Workday ESB Process Flows 329
Figure 150. Solace Systems Message Exchange Patterns 330
Figure 151. Solace Middleware Functions 333
Figure 152. Solace Peer to Peer Messaging 335
Figure 153. Solace Systems Messaging APIs Robust And Uniform Client Access337
Figure 154. Solace Systems Embedded Support For Point-To-Point ‘Unicast’ 339
Figure 155. Solace Guaranteed Messaging 340
Figure 156. Solace Systems Appliance 342
Figure 157. Solace High-Performance JMS Messaging Solution 344
Figure 158. Solace IPC Shared Memory Messaging 346
Figure 159. Benefits of Solace’s High-Performance Messaging Solution 347
Figure 160. Red Hat JBoss Middleware Portfolio 351
Figure 161. Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Middleware Messaging Functions 353
Figure 162. Red Hat JBoss Open Source Choice Functions 353
Figure 163. Red Hat JBoss Portal Platform Services 354
Figure 164. Red Hat® Enterprise MRG Messaging Enterprise Requirements Features And Performance 355
Figure 165. Pivotal RabbitMQ Functions 356
Figure 166. Pivotal RabbitMQ Features 358
Figure 167. Pivotal RabbitMQ Clustering Functions 359
Figure 168. Micro Focus Artix Functions 362
Figure 169. Micro Focus VisiBroker Object Request Broker (ORB) infrastructure Functions 365
Figure 170. New features in HPE NonStop iTP Secure WebServer and HPE NonStop iTP 367
Figure 171. HPE Database And Middleware Automation (DMA) Functions 369
Figure 172. HPE Middleware Automation Key Benefits 370
Figure 173. GSX OpenText B2B Integration Network Functions 374
Figure 174. GSX Monitor Features 375
Figure 175. GSX Monitor Functions 376
Figure 176. GSX Monitor Benefits 377
Figure 177. BMC Middleware Software Management Solutions Positioning 378
Figure 178. BMC TrueSight Middleware Management Functions 379
Figure 179. BMC BladeLogic Middleware Automation 380
Figure 180. BMC Reduces Application Release Cycles from Weeks To Hours 381
Figure 181. BMC Solution Functions 382
Figure 182. BMC Middleware Administration Functions 382
Figure 183. BMC Middleware Management Features 383
Figure 184. BMC Middleware Management Solution Function: 384
Figure 185. BMC Middleware Management Solution Features: 385
Figure 186. BMC Application Transaction Tracing Functions: 385
Figure 187. Nastel AutoPilot Middleware Management Functions 386
Figure 188. Nastel AutoPilot Solution Features 387
Figure 189. Nastel AutoPilot Solution Functions 388
Figure 190. RFID Product Metrics 389
Figure 191. NEC RFID Middleware Product Tracking Industry Segments 390
Figure 192. NEC WebOTX RFID Manager Enterprise Characteristics 391
Figure 193. Rocket Software Janus TCP/IP Base 394
Figure 194. Rocket Software Janus TCP/IP Functions 395
Figure 195. Rocket Software Janus Network Security Architecture 396
Figure 196. WSO2 Middleware Open Source Benefits 400
Figure 197. VMWare Virtualization Messaging Capabilities 404
Figure 198. . Kafka Messaging System, Provides A Structured Commit Log Of Updates 405
Figure 199. Kafka Architecture Persistence 406
Figure 200. Kafka LinkedIn Capture Of A Stream Of Views To Jobs 408
Figure 201. Kafka Streaming Enterprise Publish Subscribe Messaging Enhancements 409
Figure 202. Kafka Streaming System Provides Built-In Stream Processing Capabilities 411
Figure 203. Web Services Transport Comparison HTTP and IBM WebSphere MQ 414
Figure 204. IBM WebSphere MQ Web Services Transport 416
Figure 205. Service Requestor and Service Provider Layers 417
Figure 206. Layered Architecture For IBM JMS Providers 419
Figure 207. IBM WebSphere MQ Layered Architecture Objectives: 420
Figure 208. Relationship Between WebSphere MQ Classes for JMS and WebSphere MQ Classes for Java 423
Figure 209. Deciding Whether To Use Read Ahead Using IBM WebSphere MQ 428
Figure 210. Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For SOA Software Used to Implement Process Flexibility 435
Figure 211. Mission Critical Messaging ESB Functions 435
Figure 212. Mission Critical Messaging As A Base For Integration Software Provides A Base For Application Connectivity 437
Figure 213. Mission Critical Messaging Integration Functions 437
Figure 214. Open Systems Message Queuing Protocol Key Capabilities 438
Figure 215. Messaging Open Software Business Case 439
Figure 216. Advanced Message Queuing Key Features 439
Figure 217. Aspects Of Data Streaming Management 444
Figure 218. Mission Critical Message Throughput Variables 450
Figure 219. Typical Message Flow Characteristics 456
Figure 220. Middleware Messaging Technology Issues 458
Figure 221. Automatic Detection And Recovery From Network And System Failure 464
Figure 222. High Performance And Real-Time Message Throughput 468
Figure 223. Messaging Fault Tolerance Features 469
Figure 224. 360logica SOA Services: 473
Figure 225. 360Logica SOA Target Markets 474
Figure 226. 360logica SOA Services Positioning: 475
Figure 227. Apache ActiveMQ Features 477
Figure 228. Adobe Digital Marketing Cloud Solutions: 481
Figure 229. Adobe Digital Marketing Facts: 482
Figure 230. Adobe Digital Media Aspects: 483
Figure 231. Appian Technology Innovation Leadership 488
Figure 232. Rally Software Platform Functions 496
Figure 233. Cisco Technology Foundation For Digital Transformation 503
Figure 234. Cisco Unified Computing System Portfolio Of Solutions Functions 509
Figure 235. Confluent Partners 515
Figure 236. Kibana Core Ships With The Classics: Histograms, Line Graphs, Pie Charts, Sunbursts. Leverage Aggregation Capabilities Of Elasticsearch 525
Figure 237. Elasticsearch Visualizes Geo Data on Any Map 526
Figure 238. Fujitsu Main Products 533
Figure 239. Fujitsu Global Business 535
Figure 240. Fujitsu Global Alliances 536
Figure 241. Fujitsu Facts 537
Figure 242. HostBridge Mainframe CICS Integration Functions 545
Figure 243. IBM Business Goals 546
Figure 244. IBM Marketing Transformation Functions 549
Figure 245. IBM Cloudbased App Offerings 552
Figure 246. IBM Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure Featured Solutions 571
Figure 247. Managed Methods Functions 580
Figure 248. Mega Operational Excellence for Customers 581
Figure 249. Microsoft Service Orientated Architecture SOA Functions 587
Figure 250. Nastel Technologies Customers 606
Figure 251. OpenText Target Markets 612
Figure 252. Oracle Systems Positioning 618
Figure 253. RabbitMQ Features 625
Figure 254. RabbitMQ Feature Descriptions 626
Figure 255. Tibco Products 641
Figure 256. Tibco SOA Benefits 649
Figure 257. WSO2 API Manager is a 100% Open Source Enterprise-
Class Solution 655

Companies Profiled

Market Leaders
IBM
Microsoft
Tibco
Oracle
Microfocus / HPE Software
RedHat
Fujitsu
Fiorano
Confluent
Mulesoft
Software AG / WebMethods
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
SOALIB
Software AG
Tibco Software
WSO2
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