Global Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) industry

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Global Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) industry

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This report analyzes the Global market for Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) in US$ Million. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 26 companies including Fiorano Software, Inc., FusionWare Corporation, International Business Machines Corporation, MuleSoft Inc., Oracle Corporation, Progress Software Corporation, Red Hat, Inc., SOA Software Inc., Software AG, TIBCO Software Inc., Workday, Inc., and WSO2. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

ENTERPRISE SERVICE BUS (ESB) MCP-6364

A GLOBAL MARKET REPORT

CONTENTS

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITIONS

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-3

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Application Integration: An Indispensable Need for Modern

Businesses II-1

Spotlight On Enterprise Service Bus: An Enabling Tool for

Application Integration II-1

Market Structure: A Peek Into Its Changing Dynamics II-2

ESB Technology Widens to Include BPM Sparking Convergence II-2

Evolution of ESB Capabilities: A Review II-2

Fears Over a Hurting Impact of Recession Allayed II-3

Open Source ESBs: Making Hay When the Sun Shines II-3

Apache Software Foundation: Built to Chase the Open Source

ESB Dream II-4

It's Not All-Smooth Sailing for Open Source ESBs II-4

Surging Interest in SOA Echoes Downstream into the ESB Market II-4

Emerging Business Needs Drive Demand for ESBs II-4

Market Opens Up to Medium-Sized Organizations II-5

Key Statistical Finding II-5

Table 1: World Market for Application Infrastructure and

Middleware (AIM) Software (2008): Percentage Share Breakdown

of Revenue of Leading Players (includes corresponding

Graph/Chart) II-5

2. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW II-6

Evolution of Application Integration Technologies II-6

Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) II-6

SOA II-6

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB): A Definition II-7

Product Capabilities II-7

Essential Characteristics of ESB II-8

Benefits II-8

Disadvantages II-9

Components of a ESB II-9

Communication Infrastructure II-9

Request Routing and Version Resolution II-9

Transformation and Mapping II-9

Transaction Management II-10

Service Aggregation, Orchestration and Process management II-10

Service Quality II-10

Security II-10

Service Registry and Metadata Management II-10

Extensibility to Enrich Messages II-10

Monitoring and Management II-11

Support For Service Life Cycle II-11

3. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-12

Oracle Corporation Acquires Sun Microsystems II-12

European Parliament Selects Mule ESB II-12

Graebel Companies Selects Mule ESB Enterprise II-13

Top Global Banks Select Mule ESB Platform II-13

Entertainment Partners Chooses Mule ESB Enterprise II-14

E-Markets Selects Mule ESB Enterprise II-14

MuleSource and Callista Enterprise Enter into Partnership II-15

GSI Commerce Selects Mule ESB II-15

Unibail-Rodamco Chooses TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks TM II-16

MuleSource and Pulsen Enter into Partnership II-16

Scottish Widows Inks Enterprise Service Integration deal with

Progress Software II-17

MuleSource Inks OEM Agreement with GigaSpaces Technologies II-17

Samskip Selects MuleSource for SOA Infrastructure platform II-18

TIBCO Purchases DataSynapse for $28 Million II-18

Progress Software's Sonic ESB® Deployed at BAA's Heathrow's

Terminal 5 2008 II-18

Workday Purchases Cape Clear Software II-18

Media-Saturn Selects TIBCO ActiveMatrix II-19

Radiant Logic Selects webMethods ESB II-19

SaskTel Selects webMethods Suite from Software AG Solution II-19

MuleSource Collaborates with Intel II-20

VetSource Chooses MuleSource as ESB for Web Based Veterinary

Pharmaceutical Business II-20

Axway Acquires Tumbleweed II-21

Progress Software Acquires Iona Technologies (Ireland) II-21

Oracle Acquires BEA Systems II-21

Software AG to Take-Over webMethods II-22

4. PRODUCT LAUNCHES II-23

Mir3 Launches SaaS Versions of IT Event Notification Software II-23

MuleSoft Introduces Beta Version of Tcat Server II-23

MuleSource Incorporates Legs4Mule in Mule ESB II-24

WSO2 Launches Enterprise Service Bus II-24

IBM Unveils Upgraded Version of WebSphere II-25

PJM and Siemens Energy Introduce Shared Architecture

Integration Technology II-25

Neudesic Rolls Out Neuron-ESB 2.1 II-26

Eclipse to Introduce Swordfish Enterprise Service Bus II-26

WSO2 to Unveil Componentised Framework for SOA II-27

Microsoft Introduces Financial Messaging Service Bus II-27

Red Hat Develops JBoss Operations Network 2.1 and JBoss

Enterprise SOA Platform 4.3 II-28

WSO2 Launches Enterprise Service Bus Version 1.7 II-28

Neudesic Introduces Neuron-ESB II-29

TIBCO Launches TIBCO ONE, Standalone ESB II-29

Nastel Technologies Launches AutoPilot M6(TM) and AutoPilot M6 II-30

Perceptive Software Unveils ImageNow Enterprise Service Bus II-31

MuleSource Introduces Mule 1.5 Enterprise Edition II-31

5. FOCUS ON SELECT GLOBAL PLAYERS II-32

Fiorano Software, Inc (USA) II-32

FusionWare Corporation (USA) II-32

International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) (USA) II-32

MuleSoft Inc., (USA) II-32

Oracle Corporation (USA) II-33

Progress Software Corporation (USA) II-33

Red Hat, Inc., (USA) II-33

SOA Software Inc (USA) II-34

Software AG (Germany) II-34

TIBCO Software Inc (USA) II-34

Workday, Inc (USA) II-34

WSO2 (USA) II-34

6. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-36

Table 2: World Recent Past, Current, and Future Analysis for

Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) With Annual Revenues in US$

Million for the Years 2006 Through 2015 (includes

corresponding Graph/Chart) II-36

III. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 26 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 27)

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Region/Country Players

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The United States 20

Canada 2

Japan 1

Europe 3

Germany 1

Rest of Europe 2

Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) 1

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