Who's Who in Middleware, 1Q04
Published: 29 March 2004
Mark R. Gilbert
L. Frank Kenney
W. Roy Schulte
For many, the term "middleware" is ambiguous and, therefore, requires definition before discussion. Gartner's definition of middleware provides a comprehensive taxonomy of middleware functionality and middleware products.
Table Of Contents
- Management Summary
- Middleware Functionality
- Basic Middleware Functionality
- Integration Middleware Functionality
- Integrating Application Functionality
- Middleware Products
- Comparing Products to Integration Middleware Functionality
- Communication Middleware Products
- Platform Middleware Products
- Integration Middleware Products
- Integrating Application Products
- Integration as a Service
- Acronym Key
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