Application Server Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011 to 2017



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WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on application servers. The 2011 study has 886 pages, 268 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as application servers continue to benefit from the enterprise need to build out e-commerce sites that support a brand.

The smarter planet initiative elucidates the ubiquitous computing environment where a microprocessor touches everything, information systems, agriculture, transportation, and hospitals. Things no one would recognize as computers have a processor: home appliances, cars, roads, clothes, even rivers and cornfields. . Electronic shopping, electronic trading, Internet banking, Internet brokers, music and video delivery, Internet auction and other systems have become widespread and taken for granted in the society, all leveraging computing components many of which feed information to application servers.

IBM is the dominant player in application server market, it sets a defector industry standard for complex web offerings. IBM has achieved significant market advantage by positioning with a broad middleware product offering. IBM has been able to grow its market share steadily. The IBM WebSphere has robust functionality. It provides integration at every level of the IT systems.

IBM is able to leverage application servers, broker integration technology, business process management, mission critical messaging, and portals with a broad offering. Built in intelligence frequently leverages application servers that are used to create a web presence and manage the flow of information from sensors to systems.

Application servers are used to build a Web page and shopping cart for e-commerce. Application servers offer e-mail, chat, and phone for personalized web reach of product displays and shopping carts. Retailers can use application servers to manage e-commerce and service interactions over the Web using tools that support one continuous relationship. This expansion of application server capability vastly improves the reach of e-commerce sites.

Application servers are used for blogs and Internet communications around e-commerce. Developers use efficient automated process to drive new advertising and shopping cart capabilities. Cloud computing application servers are to be used for e-commerce. Application servers are used for achieving a capability whereby applications can be built without programming, forcing a dramatic change in application servers.

By automating internal processes and relationships with suppliers significant productivity gains are achieved. As J2EE application server architecture has been adopted, IBM has achieved significant market advantage. By positioning with a broad middleware product offering IBM has been able to grow its market share steadily. The IBM WebSphere has robust functionality. It provides integration at every level of the IT systems.

IBM is able to leverage application servers, broker integration technology, business process management, mission critical messaging, and portals with a broad offering. Oracle has portions of the product set, competing head to head in markets. IBM market leadership position is secure, based on leveraging existing customer bases and training the sales forces, these are the dominant forces in the segment.

The aim of e-commerce is to achieve an ever increasing customer base, customer retention, improved customer services, and cross selling. These new application server features facilitate that. Manufacturers need the same features to improve the functioning of the supply chain. Service interactions over the Web use features that facilitate the design, inventory management, distribution, and shipment processes.

A move towards application server signals a fundamental shift in how information is handled. The prospect of digitizing much of the world’s information and making it searchable poses the prospect of a quantum increase in the quantity of information available; an increase by a factor of 1,000. At the most basic level, application servers work on the cloud scale contemplated to change the world.
Table of Content

1.1 Application Server Virtual Systems,
1.2 Clustering, Fail-Over, And Load Balancing
1.1.1 Cloud System Continuous Deployment Models
1.2 Application Server Provides Competitive Advantage
1.3 SOA Reusable Software Components
1.3.1 SOA Community-Based Marketplaces
1.3.2 Components Aimed At Developer Base
1.4 Infrastructure Switch
1.4.1 Market Change
1.5 Increasing Java Productivity
1.5.1 Increasing Developer Base
1.6 Application Server Platform Priorities
1.7 Consolidated Systems
1.8 Application Servers Manage Distributed Transactions
1.8.1 Application Server Transaction Management
1.8.2 Distributed Transactions
1.8.3 Distributed Processing Implemented As A Centralized System
1.8.4 Benchmarking Core Application Server Competitive Measure
1.8.5 Distributed Computing For Mission-Critical Applications
1.8.6 Benefits of Enterprise Class Computing
1.8.7 Mainframe Environments Provide Improved ROI
1.8.8 Application Server Positioning
1.9 Disconnected Silos Of Applications
1.9.1 Mission Critical Functionality
1.10 Web-Based Systems
1.11 E-Business Platforms
1.11.1 Business Process Management Platforms
1.11.2 Business Process Use Of Application Servers
1.11.3 Effective Control Of E-Commerce Systems
1.11.4 Web-Based E-Commerce Systems
1.11.5 Common Platform For Applications
1.11.6 Scalability, Performance, And Reliability
1.12 Integrated Functionality
1.13 Modular, Application Server-Based Architecture
1.14 Application Server Solutions
1.14.1 Internet Customer Relationship Management Solutions
1.15 Professional Service Capabilities
1.15.1 Systems Integrators And Web Developers
1.15.2 Expanding Market Presence
1.16 Go To Market Strategies
1.16.1 Go To Market Partnering
1.16.2 Business Imperatives
1.17 Need For Speed And Simplicity Of Underlying Business Processes
1.17.1 Complexity: The Challenge
1.17.2 Order-To-Delivery Cycle
1.17.3 Advantages Of Application Servers
1.17.4 Centralized Configuration
1.17.5 Security
1.17.6 Performance
1.17.7 Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
1.17.8 Open Source Software

2.1 Application Server Supports Smarter Planet
2.1.1 Application Server Supports Web Reach
2.1.2 SOA Business Integration Foundation Systems
2.1.3 Application Servers Support Internet Channel
2.1.4 IBM Mainframe vs. Distributed Server ROI
2.1.5 Application Server Real Time Business Benefits
2.1.6 Application Server Market Driving Forces
2.2 Application Server Market Shares
2.2.1 IBM WebSphere
2.2.2 Oracle Application Server
2.2.3 Oracle ATG Commerce
2.2.4 SAP NetWeaver Application Server
2.2.5 Tibco
2.2.6 Fujitsu - Interstage Application Server
2.2.7 Adobe® ColdFusion
2.2.8 Software AG
2.2.9 NEC
2.2.10 Microsoft Application Platform
2.2.11 Open Source Application Server Software Market
2.2.12 Microsoft .NET Framework
2.2.13 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
2.2.14 Red Hat Conga Cluster Management Capability
2.2.15 Novell SUSE Support for JBoss
2.3 Application Server Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Application Server Segment Analysis
2.3.2 Asynchronous Model Consistent Cross Application Connectivity For Enterprise Application
2.3.3 Application Server Partner Communication
2.3.4 Open Source and Free Application Servers
2.3.5 IBM and Red Hat Liux
2.3.6 Microsoft and Novell Application Server Agreement
2.3.7 Apache
2.4 Web Sites and Internet Statistics
2.5 Application Server Pricing Variations
2.6 Application Server Regional Analysis
2.7 Internet Driving Forces
2.7.1 Internet Mission-Critical Requirements
2.7.2 Application Server Positioning
2.7.3 Reliability
2.7.4 High Availability
2.7.5 Performance
2.7.6 Scalability
2.7.7 Flexibility
2.7.8 Productivity
2.7.9 Operability
2.7.10 Maintainability
2.7.11 Security
2.7.12 Complexity Of Integration
2.7.13 Analysis of Mainframe vs. Distributed Comparative Costs
2.7.14 Application Servers Support High Availability Systems
2.7.15 Application Server Primary Functions

3.1 IBM
3.1.1 IBM WebSphere Application Server
3.1.2 IBM - WebSphere Application Server
3.1.3 IBM - WebSphere Application Server Drives Business Agility
3.1.4 IBM WebSphere Application Server Speed Delivery Of New Applications And Services
3.1.5 IBM WebSphere Application Server Improve Operational Efficiency And Reliability
3.1.6 IBM WebSphere Application Server Increases Security And Control
3.1.7 IBM WebSphere Service Registry and Repository
3.1.8 IBM WebSphere Business Services Fabric
3.1.9 IBM WebSphere MQ
3.1.10 IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment
3.1.11 IBM WebSphere Business Modeler
3.1.12 IBM WebSphere Integration Developer
3.1.13 IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory
3.1.14 IBM - WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances
3.1.15 IBM WebSphere Process Server
3.1.16 IBM SOA WebSphere Process Server:
3.1.17 IBM WebSphere ESB
3.1.18 IBM WebSphere Adapters
3.1.19 IBM WebSphere Portal
3.1.20 IBM WebSphere Business Monitor
3.2 Oracle
3.2.1 Oracle JDeveloper -
3.2.2 Oracle Business Rules -
3.2.3 Oracle BPEL Process Manager -
3.2.4 Oracle Business-to-Business Integration -
3.2.5 Oracle Complex Event Processing (CEP) -
3.2.6 Oracle Web Services Manager
3.2.7 Oracle Services Registry -
3.2.8 Oracle - WebLogic Suite 11g
3.2.9 Oracle - WebLogic Server
3.2.10 Oracle - JRockit Products
3.2.11 Oracle - GlassFish Server
3.2.12 Oracle - Web Tier
3.2.13 Oracle Java Virtualization
3.2.14 Oracle / Art Technology Group (ATG) e-Commerce Platform
3.2.15 Oracle ATG Commerce
3.2.16 Oracle / Art Technology Group (ATG) Commerce Applications
3.2.17 ATG Commerce Platform
3.3 SAP NetWeaver Application Server
3.4 Microsoft Application Platform
3.4.1 Microsoft .NET Framework
3.4.2 Micrososft Biz Talk Server and Enterprise Service Bus
3.4.3 Microsoft BizTalk Services Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)
3.4.4 Microsoft Managed Services Engine
3.4.5 Microsoft Windows Server UDDI Services
3.4.6 Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS)
3.4.7 Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric
3.4.8 Microsoft SOA Caching
3.4.9 Microsoft SOA Service and Workflow Management
3.4.10 Microsoft - Windows Server Application Server Roadmap
3.4.11 Riding the Next Platform Wave: .NET Framework 4.0 and Windows Server "Dublin"
3.4.12 Microsoft - .NET Framework Overview
3.4.13 Secure, Multi-Language Development Platform
3.4.14 .NET Next-Generation User Experiences
3.4.15 Cutting-Edge Web Application Development
3.4.16 Secure, Reliable Web Services
3.4.17 Mission-Critical Business Processes
3.4.18 Flexible Data Access Options
3.5 Tibco
3.5.1 TIBCO ActiveMatrix BusinessWorks
3.5.2 Tibco Mainframe Integration
3.6 Progress Software
3.6.1 Progress Software Sonic BPEL Server
3.6.2 Progress Software Adapters
3.6.3 Progress Software Apama for Complex Event Processing
3.6.4 Progress Software DataDirect Shadow for Mainframe Integration
3.7 Adobe ColdFusion
3.7.1 Adobe Tight integration with ColdFusion Builder
3.8 Fujitsu - Interstage Application Server
3.8.1 Fujitsu Interstage
3.8.2 Fujitsu Glovia
3.8.3 Fujitsu Automated Process Discovery
3.8.4 Fujitsu Application and Service Management Suite
3.8.5 Fujitsu Interstage Application Development Cycle
3.8.6 Fujitsu Interstage Software Quality Analyzer
3.8.7 Fujitsu Interstage Studio
3.9 Software AG
3.9.1 Software AG webMethods Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
3.9.2 Software AG webMethods ESB
3.9.3 Software AG webMethods SOA CentraSite
3.9.4 Software AG webMethods Suite Metadata Registry & Repository
3.9.5 Software AG webMethods Suite Publishing assets to CentraSite
3.9.6 Software AG webMethods Suite Active Lifecycles
3.9.7 Software AG webMethods Suite Consumer Registration
3.9.8 Software AG webMethods suite Federation Engine
3.9.9 Software AG webMethods suite Pluggable" federation
3.9.10 Software AG webMethods SuiteStandards Support
3.9.11 Software AG webMethods Suite ARIS SOA Architect
3.9.12 Software AG webMethods Suite Service Categorization
3.10 Fiorano Synthesizing Event-Driven Business Processes
3.10.1 Fiorano Deploying Event-Processes
3.10.2 Fiorano Dynamically Modifying And Changing Event-Processes
3.11 Red Hat
3.11.1 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.11.2 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.11.3 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.11.4 Red Hat Conga Cluster Management Capability
3.11.5 Red Hat JBoss SOA Integration Software for Applications
3.11.6 Red Hat JBoss
3.11.7 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform
3.11.8 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.11.9 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Platform
3.11.10 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.11.11 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Server
3.11.12 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Portal Platform
3.11.13 Enterprise Portal Platform Site Publisher (powered by eXo)
3.11.14 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.11.15 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform
3.11.16 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform
3.11.17 JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform extended
3.11.18 What's new in JBoss Enterprise Data Services Platform :
3.11.19 Red Hat JBoss - Business Rules Management System
3.11.20 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.12 Apache Tuscany
3.13 Eclipse SOA Initiative -
3.14 Novell SUSE Support for JBoss
3.14.1 Novell Deploys Comprehensive, Enterprise-Ready Enterprise Application Platform
3.14.2 Novell Accelerates Development And Interoperability
3.14.3 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware
3.15 PolarLake
3.15.1 PolarLake Reference Data Distribution
3.15.2 PolarLake - Data Management
3.15.3 PolarLake - Data Distribution
3.16 VMWare Virtual Appliances
3.16.1 VMWare Virtual Appliances Leverage Open Virtualization Format (OVF)
3.16.2 VMware Virtual Appliance Development
3.16.3 VMware Studio Supports Virtual Appliances
3.16.4 VMware Automates Building of Virtual Appliances
3.17 Compuware
3.17.1 Compuware Test Data Management
3.18 Workday Global Human Resource Management
3.18.1 Workday Workforce Lifecycle Management
3.19 HostBridge Technology
3.19.1 HostBridge - Web Services and SOA Integration for CICS
3.19.2 HostBridge - Integrating CA-Based CICS Applications
3.19.3 HostBridge - Connecting to CA Mainframe Applications
3.19.4 HostBridge Field Names Replace Screen Scraping
3.19.5 HostBrigde - Business Process Management (BPM) and CICS
3.19.6 HostBrigde - Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)

4.1 Application Server Cloud Strategy
4.1.1 Application Server Positioning
4.1.2 B2B Commerce Technology As A Working Reality
4.1.3 Integration Application Server
4.1.4 Application Server Strategy
4.1.5 Communities Of Partners
4.2 Application Server Industry Positioning
4.3 IBM Strategy
4.3.1 IBM WebSphere Application Development Targets Ordinary People
4.3.2 Common Development Environment Across Windows And Linux
4.3.3 IBM WebSphere Grid Supports
4.3.4 IBM Partner Strategy
4.3.5 IBM Application Server Bundling
4.4 Application Server Caching Technology
4.4.1 Application Server CFC and CFML
4.4.2 Application Server CFSCRIPT Support
4.4.3 Virtual File System Support
4.4.4 Application Server Enhanced PDF Functionality Enhanced
4.4.5 Application Server Instance-Based Licensing
4.4.6 Application Server Performance Issue Monitor
4.4.7 Application-Specific Settings for the Application Server
4.4.8 Application Server Multi-Threading
4.4.9 Application Server Image Manipulation
4.4.10 Application Server Presentations On Demand
4.4.11 Application Server Atom and RSS Feeds
4.4.12 Application Server ZIP and JAR File Features
4.4.13 Application Server User-based Administrator and RDS access
4.4.14 Application Server File Manipulation Functions
4.4.15 Application Server Strong Encryption Libraries
4.4.16 Application Server Database Interaction Improvements
4.4.17 Application Server JavaScript operators in CFML
4.4.18 Application Server Argument Collections
4.4.19 Application Server Array and Structure Creation
4.5 Benefits Of The Open Source Development Model
4.5.1 Open Source Foundation
4.6 Microsoft Strategy
4.7 Oracle Strategy
4.7.1 Oracle's Commitment to Java Developers
4.8 Application Server Technology
4.8.1 Java Application Server
4.8.2 Java and J2EE
4.8.3 EJB Clustering
4.8.4 EJB Caching
4.8.5 Back-End Layer
4.8.6 Relational Database Access
4.8.7 Web Services
4.8.8 Web Service Applications Composed Of Servlets And EJBs
4.8.9 WS-Security
4.8.10 Open Standards
4.8.11 Reliable Web Services Solutions
4.8.12 Enterprise Javans (EJBs)
4.8.13 Autonomic Computing Technologies
4.8.14 Grid Protocol Topology
4.8.15 VMware Ready Virtual Appliance Validation
4.8.16 VMWare Open Virtualization Format OVF
4.8.17 Open Virtualization Format OVF-Formatted Virtual Machine Packaging and Distribution
4.8.18 VMDK
4.8.19 OVF format
4.8.20 VMware OVF Tool
4.8.21 Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA)
4.8.22 Eclipse Open-Source Tools Framework
4.9 Transaction Automation
4.9.1 Asynchronous Communications Dominate
4.10 Stateless Session n
4.11 Cluster
4.12 Location Transparency
4.13 Smart Proxy
4.14 Load Balancing
4.15 Process-Entity Design Pattern
4.16 Command Objects / Control Flow
4.17 Authorization Checks
4.18 Delegation
4.19 Collaborative Filtering
4.20 Site Analysis
4.21 Portals
4.22 Application Server Industry Specific Applications
4.22.1 Packaged Applications
4.22.2 Real-Time Processing

5.1 Active Endpoints
5.1.1 Active Endpoints Serves European Telecom Tele2, Scales With ActiveVOS BPMS
5.2 Adobe Systems
5.2.1 Adobe Targets Businesses And Organizations
5.2.2 Adobe Revenue
5.2.3 Adobe Systems Revenue:
5.2.4 Adobe Systems Software Tools
5.2.5 Adobe Systems Creative Solutions Business Summary
5.2.6 Adobe Knowledge Worker Market Opportunity
5.2.7 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker Products
5.2.8 Adobe Systems Enterprise Opportunity
5.2.9 Adobe Systems Enterprise Business Summary
5.2.10 Adobe Systems Enterprise Strategy
5.2.11 Adobe Systems Process Management
5.2.12 Adobe Systems Content Services
5.2.13 Adobe Systems Knowledge Worker and Enterprise Related Products
5.3 ActionBase
5.4 AgilePoint
5.5 Axway
5.5.1 Axway Worldwide
5.6 BancTec
5.6.1 BancTec Partner Focus
5.7 BizAgi
5.8 BMC
5.8.1 Business runs on IT. IT runs on BMC Software
5.8.2 BMC Revenue
5.8.3 BMC Industry Partnerships
5.8.4 BMC Partnering With
5.8.5 BMC Customer Profile
5.8.6 BMC Software Revenue
5.8.7 BMC Strategy
5.8.8 BMC Atrium
5.8.9 BMC Compliance Positioning
5.8.10 BMC Solutions and Products
5.8.11 BMC Service Assurance
5.8.12 BMC Service Automation
5.8.13 BMC Software (NASDAQ:BMC)
5.8.14 BMC Strategy
5.8.15 BMC BSM Platform
5.8.16 BMC Solutions Software Business Segments
5.8.17 BMC Software Acquires MQSoftware
5.8.18 BMC Software Partners
5.8.19 BMC Strategic Alliances
5.8.20 BMC Technology Alliance Partners
5.8.21 BMC Cloud Computing
5.8.22 BMC Teamed With Amazon Web Services
5.8.23 BMC Partnership
5.8.24 Cisco, BMC Forge Cloud Infrastructure Partnership
5.8.25 BMC Software Fiscal 2011 Third Quarter Revenue
5.8.26 BMC Software Revenue:
5.8.27 BMC Cloud Positioning
5.9 CA / 3Tera
5.9.1 CA Acquires 3Tera Cloud Computing Solution Provider
5.9.2 CA Rapid, Simplified Cloud Enablement
5.9.3 CA Integration with Virtual and Physical Management Technologies
5.9.4 CA Revenue
5.9.5 CA (CA: New York Stock Exchange)
5.9.6 CA Fiscal 2010 Business Developments and Highlights
5.9.7 CA Acquisitions
5.9.8 CA Business Strategy
5.9.9 CA Mainframe Products
5.9.10 CA Secure
5.9.11 CA Enables the Adoption of New Technologies
5.9.12 CA Cloud Computing
5.9.13 CA SaaS Offerings Appeal To Emerging Enterprises
5.9.14 CA Strategic Positioning For Growth
5.9.15 Analysis Of CA Strategy
5.9.16 CA Revenue
5.9.18 CA Performance Indicators
5.9.19 CA Subscription and Maintenance Revenue
5.10 Cap Gemini Inc.
5.10.1 Cap Gemini Collaboration in Action
5.10.2 Optimizing Capabilities
5.10.3 Cap Gemini Aligning the Organization
5.10.4 Capgemini Group Revenues
5.11 Cordys
5.11.1 Cordys Middle-Out Design Paradigm
5.11.2 Cordys Innovative, solid BPMS
5.12 Deloitte Touche
5.12.1 Deloitte Enterprise Architecture Tools Approach
5.12.2 Deloitte Business process management
5.12.3 Deloitte Approach
5.12.4 Deloitte Information Management
5.12.5 Deloitte Approach to Information Flow Process Optimization
5.12.6 Deloitte’s Approach To IT strategy
5.12.7 Deloitte Outsourcing Advisory Services
5.12.8 Deloitte Experts From Outsourcing Advisory Services
5.12.9 Deloitte System Integration
5.12.10 Deloitte Web Strategy
5.13 EMC
5.13.1 EMC Velocity² Atmos Partner Program
5.13.2 EMC / VMware
5.13.3 EMC Virtual Storage
5.13.4 EMC Supports Information Technology (IT)
5.13.5 EMC Revenue
5.13.6 RSA Information Security
5.13.7 EMC Consolidated Revenues By Geography:
5.13.8 Information Storage Segment
List of Tables and Figures

Table ES-1 Application Server Core Technologies
Table ES-2 Market Driving Forces For Application Servers
Figure ES-3 Application Server Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
Figure ES-4 Application Server Markets Forecasts Dollars,Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 1-1 Application Server Features
Table 1-2 Java Based Application Server Functions
Table1-3 SOA Market-Ready Components Business
Table 1-4 Application Server Product Functions
Table 1-5 IT System Consolidation Aspects
Table 1-6 Application Server Workloads
Table 1-7 Benefits Of Distributed Computing
Table 1-8 Mainframe System Advantages
Table 1-9 Application Server Positioning
Table 1-10 Back End Functionality Support
Table 1-11 Application Server Mobile Worker Functionality Support
Table 1-12 Transaction Mission Critical System Requirements
Table 1-13 Transaction System Aspects
Table 1-14 Types Of E-Commerce Transaction Requests
Table 1-15 Types Of Distributed Computer Transactions
Table 1-16 Reasons Web Sites Gather Information About Users
Table 1-17 Benefits Of Business Process Management Products
Table 1-18 Effective Control Of E-Commerce Systems
Table 1-19 Modular, Application Server-Based Architecture Solutions
Table 1-20 Application Server Solutions
Table 1-21 Business Process Application Server Drivers
Table 1-22 Open Source Software Complements Proprietary Application Server Software
Table 1-23 Linux Operating System Platform Positioning
Table 2-1 Application Server Core Technologies
Table 2-2 Application Server SOA Leveraging Of Business Integration Systems
Table 2-3 SOA Engine Segments
Table 2-4 Application Server Key Benefits
Table 2-5 Application Server Real Time Business Benefits
Table 2-6 Application Server Market Positioning
Table 2-7 Market Driving Forces For Application Servers
Figure 2-8 Application Server Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
Figure 2-9 Application Server Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
Figure 2-10 Application Server Markets Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2011-2017
Table 2-11 Application Server Market Shares, Market Forecasts,Worldwide, Units and Dollars, 2011-2017
Table 2-12 Application Server Market Segments, Dollars,Worldwide, 2010
Table 2-13 Application Server Software Market Industry Segments, Dollars, Worldwide, 2010
Table 2-14 E-Commerce Target Markets
Table 2-15 Microsoft And Novell Application Server Open Systems Agreement Aspects
Table 2-16 Major Factors Affecting The Competitive Landscape For Open Source Application Server Products
Table 2-17 Internet E-mail Transmissions, 2011
Table 2-18 Internet Websites and Web servers, 2010
Table 2-19 Web Server Market Share, 2010:
Table 2-20 Web Server Market Share Growth, 2010
Figure 2-21 Market Share for Top Web Servers Across All Domains, August 1995 to January 2011
Figure 2-22 Apache Records 60.10% Market Share for Top Servers
Table 2-23 Internet Users By Country, 2011
Table 2-24 Social Media Numbers of Users, 2011
Table 2-25 Web Browser Market Share:
Table 2-26 Videos Watched on The Internet, 2011
Table 2-27 Images on the Internet, 2011
Figure 2-28 Application Server Regional Market Segments, 2010
Table 2-29 Application Server Regional Market Segments, 2010
Table 2-30 Application Server Primary Functions
Table 3-1 IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Modular Product Structure
Table 3-2 IBM SOA Foundation Integration End to End Solutions Stages
Table 3-3 WebSphere Application Server Benefits
Table 3-4 WebSphere Application Server Protocols Supported
Table 3-5 WebSphere Application Server Functions
Table 3-6 IBM WebSphere Application Server Models
Figure 3-7 IBM WebSphere Application Server Realizes Greater TCO
Table 3-8 IBM WebSphere Application Server World-Class Security And Control Functions
Table 3-9 Businesses Process Risks Without SOA Registry and Need for IBM SOA WebSphere Governance And Management
Table 3-10 IBM SOA WebSphere Service Registry and Repository Functions
Table 3-11 IBM WebSphere Business Services Fabric Features
Figure 3-12 IBM WebSphere MQ WMQ providing a Universal Messaging Backbone
Figure 3-13 IBM WebSphere MQ Goals For Business Resilience in a Sysplex QSG (Queue Sharing Group)
Table 3-14 IBM WebSphere Extended Deployment Features
Table 3-15 IBM WebSphere Business Modeling Features
Table 3-16 IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliance Features
Table 3-17 IBM SOA DataPower Features
Figure 3-18 IBM Data Power SOA Proxy Use Case
Table 3-19 IBM WebSphere Process Server Functions
Table 3-20 IBM SOA WebSphere Process Server
Table 3-21 IBM WebSphere ESB Product Benefits
Table 3-22 Oracle SOA Suite Features
Table 3-23 Oracle SOA Product Suite:
Table 3-24 Oracle JDeveloper Benefits
Table 3-25 Oracle JDeveloper Functions
Table 3-26 Oracle Business Rules Benefits:
Table 3-27 Oracle BPEL Process Manager Benefits
Table 3-28 Oracle Business Activity Monitoring Benefits
Table 3-29 Oracle Complex Event Processing (CEP) Benefits
Table 3-30 Oracle Enterprise SOA Repository Benefits
Table 3-31 Oracle Web Services Manager Benefits
Table 3-32 Oracle Service Registry Benefits
Table 3-33 Oracle - WebLogic Suite Benefits
Table 3-34 Oracle - WebLogic Server Benefits
Table 3-35 Oracle - WebLogic Enterprise-Class Java EE Application Server Benefits
Table 3-36 Oracle - WebLogic Enterprise-Class Java EE Application Server Deep Diagnostic Capabilities Benefits
Table 3-37 Oracle Platform Security Services
Table 3-38 Oracle - JRockit Benefits
Table 3-39 Oracle GlassFish Server Features
Table 3-40 Oracle GlassFish Server Benefits
Table 3-41 Oracle Web Tier Benefits
Table 3-42 Oracle Java Virtualization Products
Table 3-43 Oracle Art Technology Group (ATG) Commerce Functions
Table 3-44 SAP NetWeaver AS Security Features
Table 3-45 SAP NetWeaver AS Persistence Layer Support Features
Table 3-46 SAP NetWeaver AS Deployment Functions
Table 3-47 SAP NetWeaver AS Infrastructure Features
Table 3-48 SAP NetWeaver AS Logistics and Management Functions
Table 3-49 Microsoft .NET Framework Application Platform
Table 3-50 Microsoft .NET Framework Building Blocks Connections
Table 3-51 Microsoft Biz Talk Server
Figure 3-52 Microsoft Windows Server Appfabric Core Capabilities
Table 3-53 Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Functions
Table 3-54 Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Features
Table 3-55 Tibco Active Matrix BusinessWorks Key Functions
Table 3-56 Tibco Active Matrix BusinessWorks Key Features
Table 3-57 TIBCO ActiveMatrix Key Features
Table 3-58 Components of the Tibco Mainframe SOA Services Suite
Figure 3-59 Progress Software BPEL Server Architecture
Table 3-60 Progress Software Sonic BPEL Server and Sonic ESB Features
Figure 3-61 Progress Software Apama\'s Event Processing Platform Functions:
Table 3-62 Progress DataDirect Shadow Functions
Table 3-63 Progress Software DataDirect Shadow Value Proposition:
Table 3-64 Fujitsu Interstage Application Server Runtime Environment Key Points:
Table 3-65 Fujitsu Interstage Application Server International Standards Supported
Table 3-66 Fujitsu Interstage Application Server Products & Solutions
Table 3-67 Fujitsu Interstage Application Server Functions
Table 3-68 Fujitsu Interstage Application Server Benefits
Table 3-69 Fujitsu Glovia SOA Functions
Table 3-70 Fujitsu Interstage Application Development Cycle SOA Functions
Table 3-71 Software AG SOA Solution Functions
Table 3-72 Software AG webMethods Product Functions
Table 3-73 Software AG webMethods Suite SOA Benefits:
Table 3-73 (Continued) Software AG webMethods Suite SOA Benefits:
Table 3-74 Software AG webMethods suite Publishing assets to CentraSite
Figure 3-75 Software AG webMethods CentraSite
Figure 3-76 Fiorano Event Process Orchestrator: Composing
Event-Driven Business Processes
Table 3-77 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Benefits And Features
Table 3-78 Red Hat JBoss Operation Network Console Functions:
Table 3-79 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform Features
Table 3-80 Red Hat Management for JBoss Enterprise Middleware Benefits
Table 3-81 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Platform Features
Table 3-82 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Platform Benefits
Table 3-83 JBoss Operation Network Framework Functions
Table 3-84 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Web Server Features Benefits
Table 3-85 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Reliable High Performance Web Portal Platform Benefits
Table 3-86 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Reliable High Performance Web Portal Platform Functions
Table 3-87 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Features
Table 3-88 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Benefits
Table 3-89 Red Hat JBoss Enterprise SOA Platform Update Certifications
Table 3-90 Red Hat JBoss EDSP Integrates And Use Data From Many Sources
Table 3-91 Red Hat JBoss - Business Rules Management System Features
Table 3-92 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware Technology Benefits
Table 3-93 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware Features
Table 3-94 Novell JBoss Enterprise Middleware Functions
Table 3-95 PolarLake Financial and Reference Data Management Platform Benefits
Table 3-96 PolarLake Financial and Reference Data Management Platform Functions
Table 3-97 PolarLake Financial and Reference Data Management Platform Features
Table 3-98 PolarLake Data Acquisition Features
Table 3-99 PolarLake Data Acquisition Benefits
Table 3-100 PolarLake’s Semantic Repository Functions
Table 3-101 PolarLake’s Semantic Repository Benefits
Table 3-102 PolarLake Purpose Built Reference Data Distribution Benefits
Table 3-103 VMWare Virtual Appliances Cloud Benefits
Table 3-104 VMware Virtual Appliance Development Benefits
Table 3-105 VMware Studio Virtual Appliance Interfaces
Table 3-106 vApp and Virtual Appliance Components
Table 3-107 Benefits of VMware Studio
Table 3-108 Compuware Enabling Quick Development
Table 3-109 Compuware Test Data Management
Figure 3-110 On-Boarding to Retirement: Manage Global Workforce
Figure 3-111 HostBridge - Web Services Interactions
Table 3-112 HostBridge Steps Required for Web Services
Figure 3-113 HostBridge - Connecting to CA Mainframe through MQ
Table 3-114 HostBridge BMS Maps Benefit
Table 3-115 HostBridge Field Names For Each Screen Benefits
Table 4-1 Aspects Of Application Server Technology
Table 4-2 Mainstream Application Servers Strategic Positioning
Table 4-3 Application Server Financial Institutions Positioning
Table 4-4 Application Server Government Positioning
Table 4-5 Application Server Media and Content Providers Positioning
Table 4-6 Application Server News and Entertainment Portals Positioning
Table 4-7 Application Server Online Retailers Positioning
Table 4-8 Application Server ISPs, Telcos and Hosters Positioning
Table 4-9 Application Server Utility Companies Positioning
Table 4-10 Application Server Application Service Providers Positioning
Table 4-11 Application Server Internal Systems Positioning
Table 4-12 Application Server E-Learning Positioning
Table 4-13 Application Server Systems Integrators Positioning
Table 4-14 People Needing Tools To Implement Web Systems
Table 4-15 Application Server Underlying Infrastructure Services
Table 4-16 Major Types Of Enterprise Events
Table 4-17 Autonomic Features
Table 4-18 Autonomic Functions
Table 4-19 Key Features And Benefits of Open Virtualization Format OVF:
Table 4-20 Distributed Transaction Functions
Table 4-21 Portal Functions
Table 4-22 Buy Or Build Decision
Table 4-23 B2B Application Server Quantifiable Business Benefit
Table 4-24 Trading Exchange Positioning
Table 4-25 Integrated e-Market Benefits AgilePoint Innovation Functions
Figure 5-2 BancTec Worldwide Locations
Table 5-3 BMC Software Business Service Management
Table 5-4 BMC IT Cloud Positioning
Table 5-5 BMC Industry Partnerships
Table 5-6 BMC Customer Profile
Table 5-7 BMC Portfolio Of Software Solutions
Table 5-8 BMC Target Management Solutions and Services Positioning
Table 5-8a BMC Solutions Platforms
Table 5-9 BMC Unified Platform For BSM
Figure 5-10 BMC Strategic Alliances
Table 5-11 BMC Technology Alliance Partner Program Benefits
Table 5-12 Cisco, BMC Alliance Key Aims
Table 5-13 Cisco, BMC Alliance Key Separate Offerings
Table 5-14 BMC Cloud Planning Offerings
Table 5-15 CA Strategic Positioning For Growth
Table 5-16 Analysis Of CA Strategy
Table 5-17 Capgemini Key Elements Of Collaboration
Table 5-18 Deloitte Touche Enterprise Architecture Tools For Decision Making
Table 5-19 Ways Deloitte Professionals Deliver Added Value
Table 5-20 Deloitte Specialists Information Flow Crucial Questions Addressed
Table 5-21 Deloitte System Integration Specialists BPM Solutions
Table 5-22 Deloitte Web IT Strategy Working Method Examples
Table 5-23 EMC Storage Systems Environment Types
Table 5-24 FinalWire AIDA64 Features
Table 5-25 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Product Suite Features
Table 5-26 Fujitsu CentraSite SOA Management Information
Table 5-27 HP Cloud Assure Functions
Table 5-28 HP Cloud Assures Types Of Cloud Service Environments Supported
Table 5-29 HP SaaS portfolio partner Positioning:
Table 5-30 Hewlett Packard Product and Services Positioning
Table 5-31 Hewlett Packard Global Positioning
Figure 5-32 HP POD Self Contained Data Center
Figure 5-33 HP POD Benefits
Figure 5-34 HP POD Specifications
Table 5-35 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Vertical Markets
Table 5-36 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Global, Reducing Risk During Litigation
Table 5-37 Hewlett Packard Tower Software Microsoft Office® Documents
Table 5-38 Hewlett Packard Tower TRIM Context Features Overview
Figure 5-39 IBM SMB Partner Go to Market Approach
Table 5-40 IBM Strategic Priorities
Table 5-41 iWay Software Integration Provider Solutions
Table 5-42 iWay Products
Table 5-43 iWay Solutions
Table 5-44 iWay Technology
Table 5-45 iWay Adapters for Partners
Table 5-46 iWay Customers
Table 5-47 Microsoft Dynamics GP Customer References
Table 5-48 Functions in Microsoft Dynamics GP
Table 5-49 Capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics GP:
Table 5-50 Microsoft Response to Security Vulnerabilities
Table 5-51 Newgen Solution: Business Benefits
Table 3-52 Oracle SOA Positioning
Table 3-53 Oracle’s Open, Integrated SOA Stack
Table 3-54 Oracle: Amberpoint SOA Advantages
Table 3-55 Oracle SOA Suite Features
Table 3-56 Oracle SOA Product Suite:
Table 5-57 Oracle / Stellent Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Software Solutions
Table 5-58 Polymita Continuous Process Improvement Methodology Key Benefits
Table 5-59 Progress Software Enterprise SOA Challenges
Table 5-60 Red Hat Customers
Table 5-61 Red Hat Partners
Table 5-62 Red Hat JBoss Operations Network Industries Targeted
Table 5-63 SAP Strategy For Growth
Table 5-64 SAP Services Positioning
Table 5-65 SAP SOA Value
Table 5-66 SAP NetWeaver Technology Platform Areas Supported
Table 5-67 SAP Industry-Specific Best Practices
Table 5-65-336 Savvis Key Growth Strategies
Table 5-69 Savvis Key Growth Target Markets
Figure 5-70 Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) Revenue By Segment
Table 5-71 Tibco Software Standards-Based Software Offerings
Table 5-65-336 Savvis Key Growth Strategies
Table 5-69 Savvis Key Growth Target Markets
Figure 5-70 Software AG (Frankfurt TecDAX: SOW) Revenue By Segment
Table 5-71 Tibco Software Standards-Based Software Offerings