Worldwide Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Infrastructure Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2009 to 2015

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Worldwide Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Infrastructure Market Shares Strategies, and Forecasts, 2009 to 2015
LEXINGTON Massachusetts (April 18 2009) WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Worldwide services oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure markets. The 2009 study has 954 pages, 333 Tables and Figures. Worldwide services oriented architecture (SOA) infrastructure is poised to achieve significant growth as IT seeks to build software that is more flexible, less expensive to buy and operate, and supports flexible response to changing market conditions. The infrastructure markets are poised for rapid growth as companies implements web services in controlled environments.

Services Oriented Architecture SOA Infrastructure Market Strategy, Market Shares, and Market Forecasts, 2009-2015

IBM dominates SOA with 70% of the market, the rest of market is divided between 12 other participants with measurable market share, none of whom have even been able to garner as much as 8% of the market. IBM is the defacto industry standard leader in SOA. IBM dominates the SOA infrastructure markets with an infrastructure offering that can be used to achieve integration in a heterogeneous IT environment and solid services support to permit the large enterprises to change their business model.

IBM stands alone as a leader in SOA, inventing the concept of refining reusable solutions that have been around for a long time, adding a unique component and SOA manner, by making the SOA components work to create a worldwide integrated enterprise. While the IBM SOA is able to be used as a solution that works across a global enterprise, the SOA services as implemented in a middleware infrastructure are flexible enough to provide for local variation.

Innovation is what drives market growth in every industry. IBM and the major SOA vendors are finding new ways to support innovation, providing software that supports flexible response to changing market conditions. SOA reaches into every industry and every segment of the economy. SOA drives innovation. It is useful for very large enterprises, mid range size businesses, and very small organizations.

Services oriented architecture (SOA) represents a fundamental change in the way automated process is delivered to replace manual process. Service enabling offerings are a response to the fundamental change in IT, where enterprise competitive advantage is gained from having IT flexibility. Software infrastructure companies have 'service enabled' their offerings in response to demand for the flexibility needed to operate a global enterprise. This service enabling of offerings represents a promise that the software vendor has the ability to build solutions that can be modified and updated in response to changing market conditions.

Enterprise IT departments use SOA to tie together the various assets and get more from the existing investment. To accomplish this, systems integration is needed to create ever changing solutions. Software infrastructure vendors need a strong middleware infrastructure as a fundamental underpinning to creating SOA that works. The ability to create and support service enabled offerings depends on having a strong middleware offering.

Innovation is supported by SOA. SOA can be used to change IT environments to support innovation. Issues affecting enterprises relate to IT efficiency. IT is seeking to respond to the decline of the financial markets and the collapse of the economy with cost cutting that still achieves automated process. All enterprises have a multitude of IT systems and applications to meet their varied and growing business requirements.

SOA represents a way to decrease IT costs by a quantum amount. Costs can be reduced by 90%. Implementing SOA needs to be done on an application by application basis. Each of these individual systems and applications has their own way of storing and exchanging business data. Business processes span multiple applications and integrating them to facilitate flow of information using SOA has created challenges for IT.

SOA stacks of decoupled services are purpose built for the enterprise environment that is continuously shifting because of mergers and acquisitions. With decoupled software solutions, the web services and the SOA components can be portable. SOA markets at $3.3 billion in 2008 are anticipated to grow at an average rate of 17.1% per year to $10.3 billion by 2015. Growth is a result of IT department efforts to reduce spending on run time and to spend a higher proportion of their budgets on growing the business.
SERVICES ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) INFRASTRUCTURE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

SOA Infrastructure Market Driving Forces
  SOA Market Driving Forces
SOA Infrastructure Market Shares
  IBM Leads SOA Markets
  IBM Services Oriented Architecture Characterized By
  The Depth And Breadth Of The Product Line
  Economic Collapse Issues Affecting Enterprises
  SOA Brings Business Process to IT
SOA Market Forecasts

1. SERVICES ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET DESCRIPTION AND DYNAMICS

1.1 Issues Affecting Enterprises
1.2 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Interconnects Siloed Applications
  1.2.1 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Improves IT Efficiency
  1.2.2 SOA Management Systems
  1.2.3 SOA Management and Security
  1.2.4 IBM® Positioned As The Market Leader In SOA
  1.2.5 SOA Management
  1.2.6 Monitor And Manage SOA Application Service Levels
1.3 SOA Security Challenges
1.4 Mission Critical Massaging and SOAP
1.5 SOA Automatic Service Failover Protection
1.6 Benefits of SOA
  1.6.1 SOA Facilitates Integration Beyond The Enterprise Network
1.7 SOA Data Integration
  1.7.1 Encapsulating Business Logic As Services
  1.7.2 Composite Applications
1.8 SOA Creates The Agile Business
  1.8.1 SOA Return on Investment (ROI)
  1.8.2 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Layers
  1.8.3 Service-Oriented Architecture Business Benefits
  1.8.4 IBM WebSphere Integration Workflow Support
1.9 Business Benefits of Service-Oriented Architecture
  1.9.1 Service-Oriented Architecture IT Benefits
  1.9.2 SOA Self-Assessment
  1.9.3 Service Infrastructure
  1.9.4 Infrastructure Implementations Using SOA Products
  1.9.5 SOA Technology Principles
  1.9.6 Decoupled Services Value
  1.9.7 Security
1.10 Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Automates Key Business Processes
  1.10.1 SOA Virtual Experience
  1.10.2 SOA Building a Channel
  1.10.3 SOA Integration Platform
  1.10.4 SOA Infrastructure Supports Delivery of Information As A Service
1.11 Services Oriented Applications (SOA) Unlock Business Value
  1.11.1 Aligning Business Process And Technology
  1.11.2 Business Process Challenges
  1.11.3 Business Environment
1.12 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Ability To Transform Business
  1.12.1 Services Oriented Architecture Works By Abstracting Business Processes
  1.12.2 Dynamically Building Application Portfolios
  1.12.3 Flexible Application Framework
1.13 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Workflow
  1.13.1 Infrastructure for Services Oriented Architectures Services-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
1.14 Web Services Standards
1.15 SOA Development Methodology
1.16 SOA Creates Transformation Requirements For Document Interchanges
  1.16.1 Information Is Mapped From Nodes In A Source
Schema To Nodes In The Destination Schema

2. SERVICES ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) INFRASTRUCTURE MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

2.1 SOA Infrastructure Market Driving Forces
  2.1.1 Building a Robust Data Integration Layer
  2.1.2 SOA Market Segment
  2.1.3 SOA Market Driving Forces
2.2 SOA Market Shares
  2.2.1 SOA Company Competitive Analysis
  2.2.2 Top Competitors IBM, Tibco, Software AG / WebMethods, and Oracle / BEA SOA Platforms
  2.2.3 Value of IBM WebSphereMQ, DataPower, and WebSphereMQ Broker to SOA
  2.2.4 IBM SOA Model
  2.2.5 SOA Components Use IBM WebSphereMQ
  2.2.6 IBM WebSphere Application Server Leverages Java Technology as a Stack
  2.2.7 IBM SOA Fabric Across The Enterprise To Reuse IT Assets
  2.2.8 IBM WebSphere Adapters
  2.2.9 Tibco
  2.2.10 Tibco Business Process Management on A SOA Foundation
  2.2.11 Tibco SOA Business Process Management, Brokers, and Adapters
  2.2.12 Software AG webMethods
  2.2.13 Software AG
  2.2.14 Software AG Solution For SOA Governance
  2.2.15 Software AG / webMethods
  2.2.16 Microsoft SOA Positioned To Support Building A SOA Application
  2.2.17 Oracle / BEA
  2.2.18 Sun
  2.2.19 Sybase
2.3 SOA Market Forecasts
  2.3.1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Infrastructure Core Process
  2.3.2 WebSphereMQ and Tibco Transport Layer Achieve Mission Critical Functionality
  2.3.3 SOA Integration Of E-Business
  2.3.4 Market Driving Forces For Real Time Exchange of Information
  2.3.5 Typical SOA Integration Projects
  2.3.6 SOA Business Environment Market Drivers
2.4 Enterprise Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Market Segment Analysis
2.5 Web Services and Component Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Forecasts
2.6 Competitive Factors Affecting The SOA Market
  2.6.1 Services Oriented Architecture Market Trends
  2.6.2 System z Significantly Less Expensive Than Distributed Computing Environments
  2.6.3 Internet Impact
  2.6.4 IT Department Need For SOA
  2.6.5 SOA Represents The Implementation Of Process From The Desktop
  2.6.6 Stack Based vs. Decoupled WebSphereMQ Mission Critical Messaging Approaches to SOA Solutions
  2.6.7 Cost, Time And Resources Required To Create And Maintain Integration In A Rapidly Changing Environment
  2.6.8 Application Connectivity Infrastructure Enhances E-Business
  2.6.9 SOA Service Oriented Architecture Markets
  2.6.10 E-Business
2.7 SOA Regional Analysis
2.8 Enterprise Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) For Back End Systems
  2.8.1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Business Benefits
  2.8.2 Network Services
  2.8.3 SOA Industry Segments
  2.8.4 Enterprise Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) For Front End Systems
  2.8.5 Customer Service
  2.8.6 Partner Business Drivers
  2.8.7 Business Process Integration
  2.8.8 Integration Of Business Processes
  2.8.9 Impact Of Mergers And Acquisitions
  2.8.10 Expand Strategic Partnerships
  2.8.11 Electronic Commerce
  2.8.12 Vendors With A Broad Suite Of Products
  2.8.13 Total Segments By Vendor
  2.8.14 SOA Integration Broker Segment Market Analysis
2.9 Services Oriented Architecture Challenges

3. SERVICES ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) INFRASTRUCTURE PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

3.1 SOA Business Integration Foundation Systems
3.2 IBM Services Oriented Architecture
  3.2.1 IBM WebSphere® SOA Service Registry and Repository
  3.2.2 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
  3.2.3 IBM SOA Rational Asset Manager
  3.2.4 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository Advanced Lifecycle Edition
  3.2.5 IBM SOA Response to Complex IT Challenges
  3.2.6 IBM WebSphere SOA Publish, Find, Enrich, Manage, And Govern
  3.2.7 WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
  3.2.8 IBM WebSphere Enables SOA governance:
  3.2.9 IBM WebSphere SOA Policy Management
  3.2.10 IBM WebSphere Business Services Fabric
  3.2.11 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository SOA Product Positioning
  3.2.12 IBM SOA Foundation
  3.2.13 IBM SOA Frameworks Free Siloed Data
  3.2.14 IBM Rational SOA Governed Service Lifecycle Management
  3.2.15 IBM SOA Governance and Service Lifecycle Management
  3.2.16 IBM® SOA Governance Lifecycle
  3.2.17 IBM® SOA Identification of Areas For Improved Governance
  3.2.18 IBM SOA Governance Measure: Monitor and manage the governance process
  3.2.19 IBM SOA Policy
  3.2.20 IBM SOA Policy Approach Strategy
  3.2.21 IBM SOA Governance Deployment
  3.2.22 IBM SOA Governance Management
  3.2.23 IBM SOA Governance Service Lifecycle Management
  3.2.24 IBM SOA Governance and Management Method (SGMM)
  3.2.25 IBM SOA Governance Rational Method Composer
  3.2.26 IBM SOA Product Framework
  3.2.27 IBM Rational Team Concert
  3.2.28 IBM Rational Clearcase®
  3.2.29 IBM Rational Clearquest®
  3.2.30 IBM Rational Build Forge®
  3.2.31 IBM Rational Software Architect for WebSphere Software
  3.2.32 IBM Tivoli Federate Identity And Access Control Across Services
  3.2.33 IBM WebSphere DataPower XML Security Gateway XS40
  3.2.34 IBM Tivoli Composite Application Manager (ITCAM) for SOA
  3.2.35 IBM SOA Tivoli Business Systems Manager
3.3 Tibco Services Oriented Architecture SOA
  3.3.1 Tibco Service Virtualization
  3.3.2 Tibco ActiveMatrix
  3.3.3 Tibco SOA Solutions
  3.3.4 Tibco Monitor, Filter, Analyze, Correlate, And Respond In Real Time
  3.3.5 Tibco SOA For Shipping And Distribution
  3.3.6 Tibco SOA Support For The Real-Time Enterprise
  3.3.7 Tibco SOA Mainframe Service Suite
  3.3.8 Tibco Adapter For z/OS
  3.3.9 Tibco Object Service Broker
  3.3.10 Tibco Business Process Management Substation ES
  3.3.11 Tibco ActiveMatrix Business Works Advantage
  3.3.12 Tibco SOA Cost Effective Strategy
  3.3.13 Tibco Complete Mainframe SOA Solution
  3.3.14 Tibco Rendezvous Low Latency Messaging Product For Real-Time High Throughput
3.4 Microsoft SOA Application Platform
  3.4.1 Microsoft Application Platform.NET Framework
  3.4.2 Microsoft SOA Built-In Support
  3.4.3 Microsoft XML
  3.4.4 Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
  3.4.5 Microsoft BizTalk Server Write Services
  3.4.6 Microsoft BizTalk Legacy Systems Implementation
  3.4.7 Microsoft BizTalk Server
  3.4.8 Microsoft BizTalk Server and Enterprise Service Bus
  3.4.9 Microsoft BizTalk Services Visual Studio Team System
  3.4.10 Microsoft Visual Studio Team System
  3.4.11 Microsoft SOA Static Code Analyzer
  3.4.12 Microsoft Efficient Deployment for Service Oriented Applications
  3.4.13 Microsoft System Center to Manage SOA Components
  3.4.14 Microsoft Oslo Approach To Modeling
  3.4.15 Microsoft Oslo Application Development
  3.4.16 Microsoft SOA Dynamic IT Modeling Strategy
  3.4.17 Microsoft SOA Dynamics
  3.4.18 Microsoft Office Business Applications
  3.4.19 Microsoft Office Visio SOA Initiatives
  3.4.20 Microsoft SOA Solutions
  3.4.21 Microsoft SOA Enterprise Service Bus
  3.4.22 Microsoft SOA ESB Design Patterns
  3.4.23 Microsoft SOA ESB Capabilities
  3.4.24 Microsoft Managed Services Engine
  3.4.25 Microsoft Windows Server UDDI Services
  3.4.26 Microsoft Enterprise UDDI Services
3.5 Oracle / BEA
  3.5.1 Oracle SOA Suite
  3.5.2 Oracle SOA Governance
  3.5.3 Oracle SOA Asset Management Life-Cycle Workflow Capability
  3.5.4 Oracle Fusion Middleware
  3.5.5 Oracle SOA Application Integration Architecture
3.6 Software AG
  3.6.1 webMethods Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Suite
  3.6.2 Software AG webMethods SOA CentraSite
  3.6.3 Software AG webMethods Government Gateways Leverage SOA Service Oriented Architecture
  3.6.4 Software AG webMethods SOA Governance using CentraSite™
  3.6.5 Software AG webMethods SOA Governance
3.7 Progress Software SOA
  3.7.1 DataDirect Technologies Oracle Partnership
  3.7.2 Progress Software DataDirect Technologies zIIP Engine Return On Investment ROI
  3.7.3 Progress Software SOA Innovative Middleware Technology
  3.7.4 Progress Software Addresses Critical Challenges of SOA Deployment
  3.7.5 Progress Software SOA Infrastructure
  3.7.6 Progress Web Services Built With Shadow
  3.7.7 Progress Actional BPM Platform Modeling And Management
  3.7.8 Progress Enterprise Service Bus
  3.7.9 Progress Sonic ESB Product Family
  3.7.10 Progress SonicMQ Mission Critical Messaging
3.8 Information Builders iWay Universal Adapter Suite for IBM WebSphere Products
3.9 Hewlett Packard (HP)
  3.9.1 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Solutions
  3.9.2 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Systinet Governance
  3.9.3 Hewlett Packard (HP) Scaling SOA
  3.9.4 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Quality Management
  3.9.5 HP Quality Management Ecosystem
3.10 SAP Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  3.10.1 SAP Services for SOA
  3.10.2 SAP End-to-End Services Meet SOA Project Requirements
  3.10.3 SAP Discovery System for SOA
  3.10.4 Evaluating Potential of SAP SOA Discovery System
3.11 Sun Microsystems SOA
  3.11.1 Sun SOA Benefits
  3.11.2 Sun Java™ Composite Application Platform Suite
3.12 AmberPoint
  3.12.1 AmberPoint Abstracting the Management Layer
  3.12.2 AmberPoint Focus on SOA Discovery &Cataloging
  3.12.3 AmberPoint Leveraging Diverse Data Sources for Rich Service Profiles
  3.12.4 AmberPoint Maintaining Service Catalogs to Promote Reuse
3.13 AmberPoint SOA Management Products Capabilities
  3.13.1 AmberPoint SOA Management System™
  3.13.2 AmberPoint SOA Discovery
  3.13.3 AmberPoint SOA Explorer
  3.13.4 AmberPoint Tracking Transactions across Multiple Application and Technology Layers
  3.13.5 AmberPoint SOA Runtime Management
  3.13.6 AmberPoint Policy Enforcement Architecture
  3.13.7 AmberPoint SOA Security
  3.13.8 Amberpoint Security
  3.13.9 Amberpoint SOA Security Features
  3.13.10 AmberPoint Integrating with the Security Infrastructure
  3.13.11 AmberPoint Service Level Management
  3.13.12 AmberPoint Service Level Management
  3.13.13 AttachmateWRQ
3.14 BMC SOA
3.15 Workday / Cape Clear
  3.15.1 Cape Clear SOA Best Practices
  3.15.2 Cape Clear Service Versioning in a SOA
  3.15.3 Cape Clear SOA Services Co-existence
  3.15.4 Cape Clear SOA Services Message Routing
  3.15.5 Cape Clear SOA Services Message Migration Strategy
  3.15.6 Cape Clear SOA Services Message Performance Testing
3.16 EMC Documentum
  3.16.1 EMC Addresses SOA Challenges
  3.16.2 EMC SOA Supports Measurable Outcomes
  3.16.3 EMC Business Process Management
  3.16.4 EMC Business Process Management Challenges
  3.16.5 EMC SOA Information Architecture
  3.16.6 EMC SOA Enterprise Assessment
3.17 Envoy Technologies SOA Messaging
  3.17.1 Envoy Connect SOA Architecture
3.18 Fiorano
  3.18.1 Fiorano SOA Platform®
  3.18.2 Fiorano SOA Platform® Components
  3.18.3 Fiorano® Business Components & Adapters
  3.18.4 Fiorano Pre-Built Services
  3.18.5 Fiorano® SOA Process Orchestration Tools
  3.18.6 Fiorano® Process Orchestration Tools
  3.18.7 Fiorano Event Process Orchestrator
  3.18.8 Fiorano Synthesizing Event-Driven Business Processes
  3.18.9 Fiorano Deploying Event-Processes
  3.18.10 Fiorano Dynamically Modifying And Changing Event-Processes
3.19 Fujitsu SOA
  3.19.1 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance
  3.19.2 Fujitsu Interstage Service Integrator
  3.19.3 Fujitsu SOA Positioning
3.20 GXS
  3.20.1 Key SOA Products In The GXS Software Portfolio
  3.20.2 GXS SOA Translation Software
3.21 SOA Software
  3.21.1 SOA Software Mainframe SOA Solution
  3.21.2 SOA Software SOLA Governance

4. SERVICES ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) TECHNOLOGY

4.1 Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Technology
4.2 Web Service
  4.2.1 Web Services Software Components
  4.2.2 Installing the PHP Web Services Extensions
  4.2.3 Creating a SOAP Web Service
  4.2.4 Creating a SOAP Server
  4.2.5 Creating an XML-RPC Web Service
  4.2.6 IBM Rational Tester for SOA Quality
  4.2.7 IBM Rational Quality Manager
  4.2.8 IBM Rational Policy Tester
  4.2.9 IBM WebSphere® Datapower SOA Appliance
  4.2.10 IBM Rational Appscan®
4.3 War Room SOA Diagnostics and Root-Cause Transaction Tracking Analysis
  4.3.1 Composite Application Managers for SOA
  4.3.2 SOA Metadata Federation
  4.3.3 Synchronizing Policy
  4.3.4 Service Metadata
4.4 SOA Exception Management
  4.4.1 AmberPoint Exception Manager
4.5 GSX Translation Software and Data Mapping
4.6 SOA Infrastructure Technology
  4.6.1 Building a Robust Data Integration Layer
  4.6.2 Microsoft Internet Explorer RSS Functionality
  4.6.3 SOA Data Integration Layer Supports Developer Access To Metadata To Build Services
4.7 State Machine
  4.7.1 SOA Network Strategy
  4.7.2 SOA Representational State Transfer Is A Mode Of Communication Accessible To Programs And Humans
4.8 XDMS Technology
  4.8.1 Web Services and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Tier Architecture
  4.8.2 TigerLogic FastSOA Architecture
  4.8.3 Registry SOA engine
4.9 SOA Dynamic Architecture
  4.9.1 Google Search Engine Dynamic Architecture
  4.9.2 BigFiles
  4.9.3 Repository
  4.9.4 Microsoft .Net Defines Reusable Modules Dynamically
  4.9.5 Microsoft Combines Managed Modules into Assemblies
  4.9.6 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
  4.9.7 IBM SOA Architecture is Dynamic for the Transport Layer
4.10 Business Benefits of Service-Oriented Architecture
  4.10.1 SOA Technology Issues
  4.10.2 Technology Platforms
  4.10.3 Existing Enterprise Asset Automated Virtualization
  4.10.4 Complexity Of The Underlying IT Technologies
  4.10.5 Impact of Platforms
  4.10.6 Platforms and Disparate Technologies
4.11 Services Oriented Applications (SOA) Services
  4.11.1 Application Integration Professional Services Implementation Strategies
  4.11.2 Application Connectivity
  4.11.3 Single Vendor Issues
  4.11.4 Standards Adoption
  4.11.5 SOA Technology Analysis
4.12 SOA Business Benefits
4.13 Business Events
  4.13.1 Event Transmission
  4.13.2 Business Process Automation
4.14 Process Oriented Architecture
  4.14.1 Business Process Automation
  4.14.2 Business Process Management Modular Architecture
  4.14.3 Business Components
4.15 Advanced E-Business Infrastructure
  4.15.1 Application Integration Technical Advantages
  4.15.2 Integration System Architecture
4.16 Development Toolset
  4.16.1 Infrastructure And System Management
4.17 Web Services
  4.17.1 Promise Of Web Services
  4.17.2 Java
  4.17.3 Java Technology
  4.17.4 J2EE
  4.17.5 Soap
  4.17.6 Apache Soap
  4.17.7 Load Balancer With SSL Support
  4.17.8 Points Of Failure
  4.17.9 Soap Limitations
  4.17.10 WSDL
  4.17.11 WSDL Service Descriptions
  4.17.12 UDDI
  4.17.13 UDDI Test Registries
  4.17.14 UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery
  4.17.15 UDDI Consortium
  4.17.16 WS-Inspection Document Extensibility
  4.17.17 XML
  4.17.18 Metadata Repository
  4.17.19 Metadata Describes Location, Format, Relationships, Transformation, Rules, Cross-Reference
  4.17.20 Metadata Drives Creation Of Data Integration Services
  4.17.21 Wrappering
4.18 Service Level Challenges
  4.18.1 Quality Of Service (QoS) Functions
  4.18.2 Network Efficiency
4.19 Business Need
  4.19.1 Business Process Management Packaged Solutions for Rapid Deployment
  4.19.2 Quality Of Service Control
  4.19.3 XML Standards
4.20 Oasis
4.21 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  4.21.1 IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  4.21.2 SOA Business Challenge IT Imperative
  4.21.3 Services Oriented Architecture And Relevant Standards
  4.21.4 XML Family Of Standards
  4.21.5 Integration Engines Leverage XML Processing
  4.21.6 XML Standards
  4.21.7 XML Role In Application Topology
  4.21.8 XML Meets The Integration Challenge
  4.21.9 XML Standard Communication Language
  4.21.10 Web Services Protocols
  4.21.11 Web Services Input And Output Formats
  4.21.12 Web Services Coupling Versus Cohesion
  4.21.13 Web Services Coupling
  4.21.14 Web Services Cohesion
4.22 Open Systems
4.23 Java
  4.23.1 AI Vendor Commitment To Java
  4.23.2 Advantages Of Java In Context Of Application Integration
4.24 Web Services
4.25 WS-Transaction and BPEL4WS Specifications
  4.25.1 WS-Reliable Messaging
  4.25.2 WS-Addressing
  4.25.3 Architecture for Reliable Messaging Delivery
4.26 Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration (UDDI)
4.27 UDDI Registry
  4.27.1 UDDI Test Registries
  4.27.2 UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery
  4.27.3 UDDI Consortium
  4.27.4 SOAP
  4.27.5 SOAP Framework
  4.27.6 SOAP Framework For Developing Web Services
  4.27.7 Apache SOAP
  4.27.8 Load balancer with SSL support
  4.27.9 Points Of Failure
  4.27.10 SOAP Limitations
  4.27.11 SOAP Protocol Uses Multi-Step Process
  4.27.12 Framework Benefits
  4.27.13 SOAP Test Strategies
  4.27.14 SOAP Solutions
4.28 WSDL
  4.28.1 WSDL Service Descriptions
  4.28.2 WS-Inspection Document Extensibility
4.29 OASIS
4.30 IP Addressing And Directory Management
  4.30.1 Web Services Security Specification
  4.30.2 Components for Secure Web Services
4.31 Web Services Technology
  4.31.1 Java Application Server
  4.31.2 Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs)
  4.31.3 Autonomic Computing Technologies
  4.31.4 Grid Protocol Topology
  4.31.5 Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA)
  4.31.6 Eclipse Open-Source Tools Framework
  4.31.7 Difficulties of Corba
  4.31.8 Distributed Object Computing Model
  4.31.9 Asynchronous Communications
4.32 Stateless Session Bean
4.33 Cluster
4.34 Location Transparency
4.35 Smart Proxy
4.36 Load Balancing
4.37 Process-Entity Design Pattern
4.38 Command Objects / Control Flow
4.39 Authorization Checks
4.40 Delegation
4.41 Collaborative Filtering
4.42 Site Analysis
4.43 Portals
4.43.1 Real-Time Processing

5. SERVICES ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE (SOA) COMPANY PROFILES

5.1 AmberPoint
  5.1.1 AmberPoint / SAP Ventures
  5.1.2 AmberPoint SOA JBoss Advanced Partner
5.2 BMC
  5.2.1 BMC And Cisco Unified Computing Platform For Virtualized Environments
  5.2.2 BMC Customers
  5.2.3 BMC Customer Profile
  5.2.4 BMC Software Revenue
5.3 Cisco
  5.3.1 Cisco / PostPath
  5.3.2 Cisco / Jabber
  5.3.3 Cisco Next-Gen Unified Communications
  5.3.4 Cisco Focus On Development Of Conferencing And Collaboration, Leveraging Expertise In The Network
  5.3.5 Cisco Revenue
  5.3.6 Cisco Acquisitions and Investments
  5.3.7 Cisco Innovation
  5.3.8 Cisco Customers
  5.3.9 Cisco Networking That Transforms How People Connect
5.4 EMC
  5.4.1 EMC Acquisitions
  5.4.2 Selected EMC Partners
  5.4.3 Selected EMC Customers
  5.4.4 EMC Revenue
  5.4.5 EMC Segment Information
  5.4.6 EMC VMware Virtual Infrastructure
  5.4.7 EMC / Unisys and Expand Relationship in
  5.4.8 Enterprise Content Management
5.5 Envoy Technologies
5.6 Fiorano
  5.6.1 Fiorano Worldwide Market Presence
5.7 Fujitsu
  5.7.1 Fujitsu OSS/NOS
  5.7.2 Fujitsu SOA
  5.7.3 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Governance
5.8 GXS
  5.8.1 GXS Acquired by Francisco Partners Operates As An Independent Firm
  5.8.2 GXS Customers
5.9 Hewlett Packard (HP)
  5.9.1 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA
  5.9.2 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Solutions
  5.9.3 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Systinet Governance
  5.9.4 HP Products and Services Segments
  5.9.5 Hewlett-Packard Technology Solutions Group
  5.9.6 Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
  5.9.7 Hewlett-Packard Industry Standard Servers
  5.9.8 Hewlett-Packard Business Critical Systems
  5.9.10 Hewlett Packard Halo Telepresence Customers
  5.9.11 HP and Marriott
  5.9.12 HP and Tandberg
  5.9.13 Hewlett Packard Computer Industry Market Participant
  5.9.14 Hewlett Packard Global Provider Of Products
  5.9.15 HP Products and Services: Segment Information
  5.9.16 Hewlett Packard Technology Solutions Group
  5.9.17 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Storage and Servers
  5.9.18 HP and Tower Software
  5.9.19 Hewlett Packard Tower Software TRIM Context
5.10 IBM
  5.10.1 IBM Strategic Priorities
  5.10.2 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients
  5.10.3 IBM Business Model
  5.10.4 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture
  5.10.5 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services
  5.10.6 IBM Revenue
  5.10.7 IBM Software Capabilities
  5.10.8 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities
  5.10.9 IBM Worldwide Organizations
  5.10.10 IBM Security
5.11 Information Builders
  5.11.1 Information Builders Services and Support
  5.11.2 Information Builders iWay Software
  5.11.3 iWay Software
  5.11.4 Genesis of iWay Software
5.12 Microsoft
  5.12.1 Microsoft Revenue
  5.12.2 Microsoft Client Revenue
  5.12.3 Microsoft Server and Tools Revenue
  5.12.4 Microsoft Online Services Business Revenue
  5.12.5 Microsoft Business Division Revenue
  5.12.6 Microsoft Entertainment and Devices Division
  5.12.7 Microsoft Segment Revenue
  5.12.8 Microsoft Competition
  5.12.9 Microsoft Security Vulnerabilities
  5.12.10 Microsoft Client Segment
  5.12.11 Microsoft Segments
  5.12.12 Open Text Livelink ECM Integration Microsoft Office SharePoint Server
  5.12.13 Microsoft Multinational Computer Technology
  5.12.1 Selected Microsoft Partners
  5.12.15 Microsoft Financials
  5.12.16 Microsoft Software Products
5.13 MQSoftware
  5.13.1 MQSoftware Q Nami!
  5.13.2 MQSoftware Customers
  5.13.3 MQSoftware Services
  5.13.4 Partnerships
5.14 Oracle
  5.14.1 Oracle Software Business
  5.14.2 Oracle Competition In The Software Business
  5.14.3 Oracle Software License Updates and Product Support
  5.14.4 Oracle Software Description
  5.14.5 Oracle / BEA Systems
  5.14.6 Oracle Software Revenue by Region
  5.14.7 Oracle Corporate Strategy Active Acquisition Program
5.15 Progress Software
  5.15.1 Progress Software Services Oriented Architecture Products
  5.15.2 Progress Application Platform Products
  5.15.3 Progress Software Data Infrastructure Products
  5.15.4 Progress Software Customers
  5.15.5 Progress Software / DataDirect Technologies
5.16 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
  5.16.1 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Partners
5.17 SeeWhy
5.18 SOA Software
5.19 Software AG
  5.19.1 Software AG Respected Customers in Key Industries
  5.19.2 Software AG Technologies Offered
  5.19.3 Software AG webMethods Business Division
  5.19.4 Software AG Geographical Expansion
  5.19.5 Software AG Customers
  5.19.6 Software AG Corporate Social Responsibility
  5.19.7 Software AG Customers
  5.19.8 Software AG Revenue
  5.19.9 Software AG Highlights in 2008
5.20 Tibco
  5.20.1 Tibco SOA
  5.20.2 Tibco Business optimization
  5.20.3 Tibco BPM
  5.20.4 Tibco Professional Services
  5.20.5 Tibco Competition
  5.20.6 Tibco Revenue
5.21 Vitria Technology
5.22 Workday 5-198
  5.22.1 Workday / Cape Clear 5-203
  5.22.2 Workday Customers 5-205

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

Table ES-1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Benefits
Table ES-2 Services Oriented Architecture SOA Market Driving Forces
Table ES-3 SOA Infrastructure Market Shares, 2008
Table ES-4 SOA Market Shares, 2008
Figure ES-5 Worldwide Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Infrastructure Market Forecasts, 2008-2015
Table 1-1 Typical Problems Encountered By Enterprise Implementing SOA
Table 1-2 SOA Management Issues
Table 1-3 SOA User- Focused Security Layer
Table 1-4 SOA Services Process
Table 1-5 Using SOA To Facilitate Integration Beyond The Enterprise Network
Table 1-6 SOA Agile Business Functions
Table 1-7 SOA Agile Business Benefits
Table 1-8 Key SOA Data and Metadata Components
Table 1-9 SOA Return on Investment (ROI)
Table 1-10 Process Of SOA Implementation Depends On N-Dimensional Interaction Of Layers That Can Be Modeled by Business Analyst
Table 1-11 IBM SOA Business I Services Layers
Figure 1-12 IBM Smart SOA Continuum
Table 1-13 IBM SOA Foundation Reference Architecture
Table 1-14 Business Benefits of Service-Oriented Architecture
Table 1-15 IT Benefits of Service-Oriented Architecture
Table 1-16 Dramatic Increase in Business Activity Speed Drives SOA
Table 1-17 Business Aspects of Change Response Creating Need for SOA
Table 1-17 (Continued) Business Aspects of Change Response Creating Need for SOA
Table 1-18 SOA Engine Manages Information Access To Create A Service
Table 1-19 Services Oriented Architecture Achieves Flexible Infrastructure
Table 1-19 (Continued) Services Oriented Architecture Achieve Flexible Infrastructure
Table 1-20 Services Oriented Architecture Line Of Business Positioning
Table 1-21 Services Oriented Architecture Business Process Efficiency
Table 1-22 Services Oriented Architecture Business Process Challenges
Table 1-22 (Continued) Services Oriented Architecture Business Process Challenges
Table 1-23 Services Oriented Architecture Business Process Risk Management
Table 1-24 Services Oriented Architecture Business Process Improvements
Table 2-1 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Benefits
Table 2-2 Services Oriented Architecture SOA Market Driving Forces
Table 2-3 SOA Market Shares, 2008
Table 2-4 SOA Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-5 Worldwide Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Infrastructure Market Forecasts, 2008-2015
Table 2-6 Worldwide Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Infrastructure Market Forecasts, 2008-2015
Table 2-7 SOA Market Driving Forces For Real Time Computing
Table 2-7 (Continued) SOA Market Driving Forces For Real Time Computing
Table 2-8 Typical SOA Integration Projects
Table 2-9 2-39 Worldwide Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Industry Market Segments, 2008
Table 2-10 Worldwide SOA Infrastructure Revenue Industry Market Segments, 2008
Table 2-11 Worldwide SOA Infrastructure Revenue Software Market Segments, 2008
Table 2-12 Worldwide SOA Infrastructure Revenue Market Software Segments, 2008
Figure 2-13 Worldwide Component Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2015
Table 2-14 Worldwide Component Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Market Forecasts, Dollars, 2008-2015
Table 2-15 SOA Competitive Market Factors
Table 2-16 Network Business Integration (BI)
Table 2-16 (Continued) Network Business Integration (BI)
Table 2-17 Internet Impact On SOA
Table 2-17 (Continued) Internet Impact On SOA
Table 2-18 Impact of Application Connectivity On E-Business
Table 2-18 (Continued) Impact of Application Connectivity On E-Business
Table 2-19 SOA Business Environment Market Drivers
Figure 2-20 Worldwide Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Regional Market Shares, 2008
Table 2-21 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Regional Market Shares, 2008
Figure 2-22 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) European Regional Market Segments, 2008
Table 2-23 Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) European Regional Market Shares, 2008
Table 2-24 Business Benefits Of SOA
Table 2-25 Integration Modular Architecture Impact
Table 2-26 Enterprise Back End System Advantages From SOA
Table 2-27 Enterprise Market Advantages From SOA
Table 2-28 Integration Targeted To B2B And Exchanges
Table 2-29 Business Process Integration Advantages
Table 2-30 Enterprise Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) Processes
Table 2-31 E-Business Objectives
Table 2-32 Electronic Commerce Infrastructure Requirements
Table 2-33 SOA Functions Enable E-commerce
Table 2-34 SOA Support For Internet Commerce And EDI
Table 2-35 Key Challenges Of Application Integration
Table 3-1 SOA Leveraging of Business Integration Systems
Table 3-2 SOA Engine Segments
Table 3-3 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository Features
Table 3-4 IBM WebSphere Service Registry Product Framework
Table 3-5 IBM WebSphere Service SOA Registry Product Functions
Table 3-6 IBM SOA Rational Asset Manager Functions
Table 3-7 IBM WebSphere Service Registry And Repository
Advanced Lifecycle Product Features
Table 3-8 IBM WebSphere SOA Functions
Table 3-9 IBM WebSphere SOA Service Registry and Repository Foundation
Table 3-10 IBM WebSphere SOA Service Registry and Repository Search Characteristics
Table 3-11 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository Functions
Table 3-12 IBM WebSphere enables SOA Governance In The Service Life Cycle Features
Table 3-13 IBM WebSphere SOA Governance policies Components
Table 3-14 IBM WebSphere SOA Policy Management
Table 3-15 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository As A Critical Deployment Component Of SOA Projects
Table 3-15 (Continued) WebSphere Service Registry and Repository As A Critical Deployment Component Of SOA Projects
Table 3-15 (Continued) WebSphere Service Registry and Repository As A Critical Deployment Component Of SOA Projects
Table 3-16 IBM WebSphere Service Modeling
Table 3-16 (Continued) IBM WebSphere Service Modeling
Table 3-17 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository SOA Product Positioning
Table 3-18 IBM SOA Framework Components
Table 3-19 Function of IBM SOA Governance
Table 3-20 IBM® SOA Identification of Areas For Improved Governance
Table 3-21 IBM SOA Governance Decisions:
Table 3-22 IBM SOA Governance
Table 3-23 IBM SOA Governance Actions
Table 3-24 IBM SOA Federated Policy Approach
Table 3-25 IBM SOA Governance
Figure 3-26 IBM SOA Policy Approach Strategy
Table 3-27 IBM SOA Governance Model
Table 3-28 IBM SOA Governance Assembly
Table 3-29 IBM SOA Governance Deployment
Table 3-30 IBM SOA Governance Management
Table 3-31 SOA Governance Key Components
Table 3-32 IBM SOA Governance Key Components
Table 3-33 IBM Key Phases of SOA Governance
Table 3-34 IBM SOA Governance Enabling Tools
Table 3-35 IBM Solutions Phases Of The Service Lifecycle Model and Assembly
Table 3-36 IBM Rational Solutions Phases Of The Service Lifecycle Model and Assembly
Table 3-37 IBM Rational Solutions Deployment of Service Lifecycle Models and Assembly
Table 3-38 IBM Rational Solutions Management of Service Lifecycle Models and Assembly
Table 3-39 IBM SOA Product Framework Positioning
Table 3-40 IBM® Rational® ClearCase® Functions
Table 3-41 IBM® Rational® ClearQuest Functions
Table 3-42 IBM Tivoli® Composite Application Manager
Table 3-43 Components of Tibco Composition Approach To Services Oriented Architecture SOA
Table 3-44 Tibco SOA Services Building Platform Components
Table 3-45 Tibco Service Composition And Service Virtualization Components
Table 3-46 Tibco Web Service Composition
Table 3-47 Tibco SOA positioning
Table 3-48 Tibco ActiveMatrix Functions
Table 3-49 Tibco SOA Tools Labor Properties
Table 3-50 Tibco Primary Value Of SOA
Table 3-51 Tibco EDA Messaging Characteristics:
Figure 3-52 Tibco Continuum of Mainframe Integration Requirements
Figure 3-53 Tibco SOA Mainframe Service Suite
Figure 3-54 Interactions of Tibco Mainframe SOA Services Suite
Table 3-55 Tibco Domain Specific SOA Suites
Table 3-56 Tibco Rendezvous Low Latency Messaging Functions
Table 3-57 Tibco Rendezvous Low Latency Messaging Key Features
Table 3-58 Microsoft BizTalk Server and Enterprise Service Bus
Table 3-59 Microsoft BizTalk Services Visual Studio Team
Table 3-60 Microsoft Dynamics BizTalk SOA Server Key Benefits
Table 3-61 Microsoft Office Visio Key Benefits
Figure 3-62 Microsoft ESB Interconnectivity Architecture
Table 3-63 Microsoft ESB BizTalk Server
Table 3-64 Microsoft ESB Technical Features:
Table 3-65 Microsoft ESB System Requirements
Table 3-66 Microsoft ESB SOA Interoperating Components
Figure 3-67 Schematic View Of The Core Microsoft BizTalk System Components (ff)
Table 3-68 Microsoft SOA ESB Capabilities
Table 3-69 Microsoft ESBSOA Architectural Guidance
Table 3-70 Microsoft Managed Services Engine Functions
Table 3-71 Microsoft Enterprise Clearly Defined UDDI Services Infrastructure Benefits
Table 3-72 Oracle Integrated, Best-In-Class SOA Technology Functions
Table 3-73 Oracle SOA Suite Benefits
Table 3-74 Oracle Fusion Middleware Core Design Principles
Table 3-75 Oracle / BEA SOA Application Integration Architecture Functions
Table 3-76 webMethods Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Suite Functions
Table 3-77 Software AG webMethods SOA Positioning
Figure 3-78 Software AG webMethods SOA Suite Enterprise Service Bus
Table 3-79 Software AG webMethods Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) Key Features
Table 3-80 Software AG webMethods SOA Governance CentraSite Key Benefits
Figure 3-81 Software AG webMethods Single Governance SOA
Table 3-82 Software AG webMethods CentraSite SOA Governance Support for Achieving Business Results Faster
Figure 3-83 Software AG webMethods CentraSite SOA Governance Positioning
Table 3-84 Software AG’s webMethods SOA Product Suite Benefits
Figure 3-85 Progress Software SOA Portfolio
Table 3-86 Progress SOA Portfolio Integration Partners
Table 3-87 Progress Sonic ESB Product Family
Table 3-88 HP SOA Systinet Features
Table 3-89 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Quality Management Solutions Capabilities
Table 3-90 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Quality Management Solutions Integration Capabilities
Table 3-91 Hewlett Packard (HP) Diagnostics for SOA Capabilities
Table 3-92 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Policy Enforcer Solutions Integration Capabilities
Table 3-93 HP Quality Management Ecosystem
Table 3-94 HP SOA Key Features
Table 3-95 Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Partners and Adapters
Table 3-95 (Continued) Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Partners and Adapters
Table 3-95 (Continued) Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Partners and AdaptersHTC/Viewlink
Table 3-95 (Continued) Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Partners and Adapters
Table 3-95 (Continued) Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Partners and Adapters
Table 3-95 (Continued) Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Partners and Adapters
Table 3-95 (Continued) Hewlett Packard (HP) SOA Partners and Adapters
Table 3-96 SAP Services for SOA
Table 3-96 (Continued) SAP Services for SOA
Table 3-96 (Continued) SAP Services for SOA
Table 3-97 SAP End-to-End SOA Planning Services
Table 3-98 SAP SOA Evaluation Services
Table 3-99 SAP SOA Implementation Services
Table 3-99 (Continued) SAP SOA Implementation Services
Table 3-100 SAP SOA Implementation Services
Table 3-101 SAP SOA Governance Services
Table 3-102 SAP SOA Education Offerings
Table 3-103 SAP SOA Discovery System Benefits
Table 3-104 SAP SOA Services For Evaluating And Reducing Implementation Cycle
Table 3-105 Sun's Approach To SOA Business Integration
Table 3-106 Sun SOA Java Composite Application Platform Suite Approach Key Benefits
Table 3-107 Sun SOA Java Composite Application Platform Suite Support for Business Flexibility
Table 3-108 Sun SOA Java Composite Application Platform Suite Uses to Gain Business Efficiency
Table 3-109 AmberPoint Runtime Governance Of SOA Management Challenges Addressed
Table 3-110 AmberPoint Abstracting the Management Layer
Table 3-111 AmberPoint SOA Service-Enabling Strategy
Table 3-112 AmberPoint Service Catalog Functions to Promote SOA Component Reuse
Table 3-113 AmberPoint SOA Management System Functions
Table 3-114 AmberPoint Service and Infrastructure Discovery
Table 3-115 AmberPoint Visualization Of The Logical And The Physical Service Network
Table 3-116 AmberPoint Runtime Governance Solutions
Table 3-117 AmberPoint Policy-Based Approach Functions:
Table 3-118 AmberPoint Policy Management
Table 3-119 AmberPoint Extensible Policy Library
Table 3-120 AmberPoint Automatic Policy Provisioning
Table 3-121 AmberPoint Distributed Architecture
Table 3-122 AmberPoint Policy-based Management Capabilities
Table 3-123 AmberPoint Message Security
Table 3-124 AmberPoint Access Control
Table 3-125 AmberPoint Trust and Credential Mediation
Table 3-126 AmberPoint Version Management
Table 3-127 AmberPoint Service Virtualization
Table 3-128 AmberPoint Message Brokering
Table 3-129 AmberPoint Custom Policies
Table 3-130 AmberPoint Policy Enforcement Architecture Functions
Table 3-131 AmberPoint Leveraging the Infrastructure
Table 3-132 AmberPoint SOA Services
Table 3-133 Amberpoint SOA Security
Table 3-134 Amberpoint SOA Security Features
Table 3-135 Amberpoint SOA Content and Context Awareness
Table 3-136 Amberpoint SOA Message Security
Table 3-137 Amberpoint SOA Authentication and Access Control
Table 3-138 Amberpoint SOA Federation
Table 3-139 AmberPoint SOA System Security
Table 3-140 AmberPoint Integrates With Existing Security Infrastructure
Table 3-141 AmberPoint Service Level Management
Table 3-142 AmberPoint Service Level Management To Define and Differentiate SOA Services
Table 3-143 AmberPoint Service Level Management to Measure and Evaluate SOA
Table 3-144 AmberPoint Service Level Management Alert and Pro-actively Remediate SOA Issues
Table 3-145 AmberPoint Service Level Management Analyze and Predict SOA Activity
Table 3-146 AmberPoint Service Level Management of Interactions Across SOA Services and Business Transactions
Table 3-147 AmberPoint Service Level Management Analysis and Prioritization
Table 3-148 AmberPoint Service Level Management Customizable UI
Table 3-149 AttachmateWRQ Synchronizing Data Across Multiple Applications
Figure 3-150 BMC SOA / Web Services Management
Table 3-151 Cape Clear SOA Support For Multiple Versions Of Web Service
Table 3-152 Cape Clear SOA Services Message Compatibility Issues
Table 3-153 EMC SOA Measurable Outcomes
Table 3-154 EMC SOA Enterprise Assessment Goals
Table 3-155 EMC types of SOA Methodologies
Table 3-156 Fiorano Adapters High Level Categories :
Table 3-157 Fiorano Adapters
Table 3-158 Fiorano Event Process Orchestrator Functions
Figure 3-159 Fiorano Event Process Orchestrator: Composing Event-Driven Business Processes
Table 3-160 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA product suite Features
Table 3-161 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
Table 3-162 Fujitsu Interstage Service Integrator Functions
Table 3-163 Fujitsu Interstage Service Transport Functions
Table 3-164 Fujitsu SOA Positioning
Table 3-165 Fujitsu SOA Application Development Cycle Manager
Table 3-166 GXS Trading Grid Enterprise Service Bus Benefits
Table 3-167 GXS Trading Grid Enterprise Service Bus Benefits
Table 3-168 GXS Trading Grid Business Services APIs Positioning
Table 3-168 (Continued) GXS Trading Grid Business Services APIs Positioning
Figure 3-169 GSX Technology Service Oriented Network For High Performance B2B
Table 3-170 GXS SOA Translation Software
Table 3-171 SOA Software Portfolio Manager Features
Table 3-172 SOA Software SOLA Studio
Table 3-173 SOA Software SOLA Advantages for Mainframe SOA
Table 3-174 SOA Software SOLA and IBM’s CICS TSv3.x
Table 4-1 Web Service Components
Table 4-2 SOAP Functions
Table 4-3 WSDL elements
Table 4-4 IBM Rational SOA Quality Tester Functions
Table 4-5 IBM Rational SOA Performance And Scalability Quality Tester Functions
Table 4-6 IBM Rational SOA Life CycleTester Functions
Table 4-6 (Continued) IBM Rational SOA Life CycleTester Functions
Table 4-7 SOA Composite Application Manager Functions
Table 4-8 SOA Composite Application Manager Comprehensive Indexing And Search Functions
Table 4-9 SOA Composite Application Manager Comprehensive Real-time, Proactive Control over Logging Functions
Table 4-10 SOA Validation Capabilities
Table 4-11 AmberPoint SOA Exception Management Functions
Table 4-12 AmberPoint SOA Exception Analysis and Prioritization
Table 4-13 AmberPoint SOA Handle Exceptions of Every Type
Table 4-14 AmberPoint SOA Multi-Mode Exception Response
Table 4-15 AmberPoint SOA BENEFITS
Table 4-16 GXS Application Integrator Functions
Table 4-17 SOA Metadata Comprises Data Integration Layer
Table 4-18 SOA Metadata Data Integration Layer Functions
Table 4-18 (Continued) SOA Metadata Data Integration Layer Functions
Table 4-19 TigerLogic XDMS Architecture
Table 4-20 Web Services and SOA Tier Architecture
Figure 4-21 TigerLogic XDMS Multi-Schema Engine Architecture
Figure 4-22 TigerLogic XDMS -SOA Engine Architecture
Table 4-23 WebMethods SOA Registry Engine
Table 4-24 Google Dynamic Architecture
Figure 4-25 Microsoft .Net Dynamic Definition of Reusable Modules
Figure 4-26 Microsoft .NET Compiling Source Code into Managed Assemblies
Figure 4-27 Microsoft Architecture Dynamic Modular Processing
Table 4-28 Process Of SOA Implementation Depends On N-Dimensional Interaction Of Layers That Can Be Modeled by Business Analyst
Table 4-29 IBM SOA Business I Services Layers
Figure 4-30 IBM Smart SOA Continuum
Table 4-31 SOA Foundation Reference Architecture
Table 4-32 Type Of Event Information
Table 4-33 Event Management Definition
Table 4-34 Integration Services
Table 4-34 (Continued) Integration Services
Table 4-35 Business Components Chained Together To Comprise A Business Service
Table 4-36 Integration Services
Table 4-36 (Continued) Integration Services
Table 4-37 Design Concerns For Integration System Architecture
Table 4-38 Soap-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing
Table 4-39 Metadata Repository
Table 4-40 SOA Metadata Functions
Table 4-41 Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
Table 4-41 (Continued) Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
Table 4-42 Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically End-To-End
Table 4-42 (Continued) Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically End-To-End
Table 4-42 (Continued) Integration Engine XML Processing Functions That Drive Business Process Electronically End-To-End
Table 4-43 Web Services Input Formats
Table 4-44 Web Services Output Formats
Table 4-45 Web Services Protocols
Table 4-46 Companies Driving Web Services
Table 4-47 SOAP-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing
Table 4-48 Functions Of An IP Addressing Device
Table 4-49 Benefits Of an IP Addressing Device
Table 4-50 Application Server Underlying Infrastructure Services
Table 4-51 Major Types Of Enterprise Beans
Table 4-51 (Continued) Major Types Of Enterprise Beans
Table 4-52 Autonomic Features
Table 4-52 (Continued) Autonomic Features
Table 4-53 Autonomic Functions
Table 4-53 (Continued) Autonomic Functions
Table 4-54 Distributed Transaction Functions
Table 4-55 Portal Functions B2B Application Server Quantifiable Business Benefit
Table 4-57 Trading Exchange Positioning
Table 4-58 Integrated e-Market Benefits
Table 5-1 5-3 AmberPoint Partnerships With SOA Platform Vendors
Table 5-2 BMC Software and Cisco Computing Platform Functions
Table 5-3 EMC VMWare Virtual Infrastructure Business Revenue Growth Positioning
Table 5-4 Envoy Connect Functions
Table 5-5 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA product suite Features
Table 5-6 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
Table 5-7 GXS Range Of Outsourced EDI And Supply Chain Management Solutions Functions
Table 5-8 Hewlett Packard Product and Services Positioning
Table 5-9 Hewlett Packard Global Positioning
Table 5-10 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Vertical Markets
Table 5-11 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Reducing Risk During Litigation
Table 5-12 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Microsoft Office® Documents
Table 5-13 Hewlett Packard Tower TRIM Context Features Overview
Table 5-14 IBM Strategic Priorities
Table 5-15 Information Builders Positioning
Figure 5-16 Information Builders Worldwide Offices
Table 5-17 Microsoft Response to Security Vulnerabilities
Table 5-18 Progress Software Services Oriented Architecture Features
Table 5-18 (Continied) Progress Software Services Oriented Architecture Features
Table 5-19 Progress Software Application Platform Product Features
Table 5-19 (Continued) Progress Software Application Platform Product Features
Table 5-20 Progress Software DataXtend Data Infrastructure Products
Table 5-21 Progress Software DataDirect Data Infrastructure Products
Table 5-22 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Functions
Table 5-23 Red Hat's JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Positioning

COMPANIES PROFILED

AmberPoint
BMC
Cisco
EMC
Envoy Technologies
Fiorano
Fujitsu
GXS
Hewlett Packard (HP)
IBM
Information Builders
iWay Software
Microsoft
MQSoftware
Oracle
Oracle / BEA Systems
Progress Software
SeeWhy
SOA Software
Software AG
Tibco
Vitria Technology
Workday / Cape Clear
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