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FinDEVr Live: Build, Test, and Deploy in the Cloud with The Beast Apps


TheBeastApps_FinDEVr2015_logoThe Beast Apps offers an application distribution as a service (ADaaS) as a utility in a pay-as-you-go business model where vendors can build-test-deploy their commercial apps in the cloud within hours and days, as opposed to weeks and months. The Beast Apps ADaaS has attracted some really big financial institutions, such as exchanges; inter-dealer brokers (IDBs); electronic communication networks (ECNs); analytics vendors; market data vendors, etc., to leverage the platform and build their Eco System/App Store, significantly reducing time to market and costs, gaining unprecedented business intelligence, significantly enhancing revenue potential, and helping vendors and customers as well, bringing value to the entire ecosystem.

Build-test-deploy in the cloud, now
Today anyone can build a website and publish it within minutes or hours that can be instantly accessed by anyone in the world, anywhere. Apple/Android developers can download an SDK and build and distribute applications with much ease as well. The Beast SDK brings the same ease of building and distributing complex, cloud-based applications in AWS within hours and days. The Beast Apps will demonstrate how you can use its build-test-deploy system to distribute your applications through the cloud, now. The Beast Apps’ ADaaS removes app-distribution challenges, letting you focus on your ‘secret sauce,’ thereby improving the velocity of innovation.

Key takeaways:

  • Build-test-deploy apps in AWS cloud within minutes, hours, days
  • Build your ecosystem, improve velocity of innovation
  • Innovation-collaborative technology


Presenter: Ashok Mittal, President
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Mittal has more than 30 years of IT experience, the last 20+ years creating a secure, robust, 24×7 application-distribution architecture, including the Beast ADaaS, with a primary focus on helping distribute pre-trade, trade, and post-trade applications in the financial industry.