Solace Systems messaging middleware routes information such as market data, orders, payments, risk data, trades and other transactions through the front and back office environments of financial institutions. 6 of the world’s biggest investment banks and 3 of the top 4 FX banks trust Solace to meet their data distribution needs in a compact footprint that is easy and cost-effective to deploy, run and scale. Solace meets the diverse data distribution needs of all applications, asset classes and use cases so customers can cost-effectively connect all of the information associated with running their business, serving customers and making smart decisions.
The Evolution of Data Movement on Wall Street
A Solace messaging middleware expert will describe the impact ever-increasing data volumes, regulatory requirements and tech trends, like big data, cloud and IoT, are having on financial services providers old and new. They will explain how Solace’s technology has helped leading investment banks, buyside firms and other financial institutions upgrade and future-proof the infrastructure that keeps real-time information flowing reliably and securely across their enterprise as they observe markets, execute transactions and serve customers all while effectively managing risk and ensuring compliance with regulations.
What You’ll Learn
- About the demands ever-increasing data and transaction volumes will place on their application infrastructure and how leading firms are effectively addressing them
- How technological developments and market expectations in the areas of big data, cloud computing and the Internet of Things are introducing new requirements in fintech
- How Solace’s data movement technology has helped 6 out of the top 10 investment banks and 3 of the top 4 FX banks upgrade their infrastructure in response to these dramatic changes
Emily Hong, Senior Sales Engineer
As a Senior Sales Engineer, Emily helps prospective Solace customers understand the capabilities of Solace’s middleware technology and identify how they can use it to solve business and IT challenges. Before joining Solace, Emily worked for IBM, and she holds a BS in Computer Science from Northwestern. And she dances!