Monday, 22 February 2016

Market Overview - Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Industry 2020: Radiant Insights, Inc

Global market for Mission Critical Middleware Messaging was valued at USD 10.2 billion in 2013. It will exceed USD 33 billion by 2020. Main market drivers would be growing smart phone network connectivity, internet applications, use of tablets, cloud computing, and business process management systems that facilitate collaboration. 

Messaging enables exchange of information between mobile phones. Growing trend of the Internet of Things is a key contributor to rise in messaging. The proliferation of smart phones is rapidly changing the dynamics for implementation of IT systems. The need for mission critical decoupled messaging has never been higher. 

It is necessary to ensure that a message sent goes through properly. Most common problems include non-relay of message or resending of the same message. In the case of machine-to-machine communication, the system should be designed such that it is able to anticipate such issues and offer solutions. 

Browse the full “Mission Critical Middleware Messaging Market” report at: http://www.radiantinsights.com/research/mission-critical-middleware-messaging

Mission critical messaging is a key part of IT especially because data processing is moving away from a stack and towards a service-oriented architecture (SOA) enterprise service bus (ESB) services cloud computing environment which depends upon transport. Cloud computing is bringing in economies of scale for virtualized data. Data centers are no longer batch processing and siloed applications but real time systems. 

The importance of mission critical messaging for SOA is its ability to leverage an environment of ESB computing. Cloud computing is leading to virtualized systems running simultaneously on one platform rather than scaled-out distributed server farms for each separate application. 

IBM is at the forefront in providing reliable messaging for enterprises. It links open system software messaging systems with wrappers. The tremendous reliability offered leads to seamless exchange of information among servers. IBM WebSphere MQ rules the enterprise middleware messaging industry. It forms the base for software systems integration projects that implement cloud computing, smart phone applications, and enterprise collaboration suites. It is extremely good at managing decoupled messages, and is used as a wrapper for other JMS, HTTPS, and SOAP application messaging. It is also utilized in FTP transport. 
Apart from IBM, leading players in the global mission critical middleware messaging market are Red Hat Inc., Fujitsu, Microsoft Corporation, and Tibco Software Inc. Other notable participants include The Hewlett Packard Company, Oracle Corporation, Rocket Software, VMWare Inc., and Nastel Technologies. 
Website: Radiant Insights

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