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Topic: Ultra Messaging
Messaging Middleware Performance Breakthroughs – An Informatica Ultra Messaging Seminar, 12 June, London:
The Informatica Seminar: “Messaging Middleware Performance Breakthroughs” takes place on Wednesday 12 June (08:30 – 13:00) at the Grange City Hotel in London.
The Capital Markets industry has come to know 29West/Informatica Ultra Messaging software as the consistent and relentless leader in unique architectural innovations and performance advancements that enable quantum leap improvements in electronic trading application communication and business results.
During this seminar you will learn about our two most recent first-to-market innovations and performance breakthroughs, along with the methodologies and results of associated benchmark tests. We will demonstrate how we have broken the 100 nanosecond latency barrier with a new, game-changing transport, and how we provide global guaranteed message delivery over WAN links with new dynamic message routing technology.
What you will learn about during this Informatica Ultra Messaging half day event:
- The new Shared Memory Acceleration (SMX) transport for the absolute fastest messaging software available. SMX provides both inter-process and inter-thread communication (IPC & ITC) and delivers sub-100 nanosecond latency across all language bindings including C, .NET, and Java.
- The new Dynamic Routing Option (DRO) which provides WAN-optimised protocols, enables global guaranteed message delivery, and dynamically routes messages over the shortest path between topic resolution domains.
- A preview of future product roadmap plans showcasing our on-going commitment to performance and architectural innovation breakthroughs.
Attendees will receive copies of the full benchmark reports that are being published.
This Capital Markets Resource Centre provides information on how Informatica is enabling the global capital markets meet the need for high performance and low latency messaging technology coupled with controlling the spiralling costs associated within these demands.
Today’s global capital markets firms are facing new challenges never seen before in the market from exploding trading volumes to increased regulatory scrutiny. Execution is everything these days and the need for high performance and low latency messaging technology in front office trading systems and market exchange systems are critical for market differentiation and survival. At the same time, capital market firms are faced with a tidal wave of new regulatory requirements as governments demand greater transparency and compliance requiring access to trusted, comprehensive, and timely data for real-time risk management and ongoing regulatory reporting.
This Capital Markets Resource Centre provides information on how Informatica is helping the global capital markets industry keep up with today’s market challenges in the front office, ensure access to trusted, comprehensive, and timely data to improve ongoing risk management and regulatory compliance in the mid-office, and reduce the cost and complexity of executing back office activities all to deliver value from your data and technology with the Informatica Platform.
This Resource Center will help you learn more about our solutions for:
- Best practices for managing effective reference data with Master Data Management (MDM).
- Ultra Low Latency Solutions for Front office trading and Exchanges.
- Financial Regulatory Data Management and Governance.
- Enterprise Data Warehousing and Real-time Data Integration.
- SWIFT data transformation and integration for back office processing.
Among the major financial regulation reforms currently being implemented are the Dodd-Frank Act (DFA) in the United States, and the European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) in Europe. These reform efforts amount to a large overhaul of the entire financial system and will require creating and consuming massive amounts of new data. Relationships will still remain critical across all regulated markets, but just like equities, futures and options before them, this Tabb Group report highlights how successful organisations in OTC derivative market will be determined by the strength and intelligence of their technology infrastructure.
The ramifications of the key new regulations on company IT infrastructures, the primary drivers behind data growth, related business concerns, and the approaches being taken by the market to adapt are discussed in great detail.
The report is also supported by an Informatica White Paper which clarifies why messaging technology will be key to enabling the OTC/Swaps market to implement the new financial regulations and the technology capabilities required.
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This Lepus Research Report investigates the attitude towards latency in the current market from the perspective of various banks and vendors. Low latency means different things to different people, but essentially, it is about being faster than anyone else in any particular process. Within trading activities, there are many different processes that need to work together to perform a function. Being the fastest ensures a competitive edge and impacts the P&L directly.
The report defines the different features of low latency and looks at the technology involved, the issues and benefits, and gives a view of what is yet to come.
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