Tag Archives: Enterprise Messaging
Similar to the way that a carburetor restrictor plate prevents NASCAR race cars from going as fast as possible by restricting maximum airflow, inefficient messaging middleware prevents IT organizations from processing vital business data as fast as possible.
Upon reflection after returning with the rest of the Ultra Messaging® team from the recently-concluded SIFMA 2011 Financial Services Technology Expo, these memories came flooding back . . .
- Grow your business, not your infrastructure – We shared the latest news about our ultra low latency messaging products and how they help a business grow, including helping with Big Data problems and Risk and Compliance.
- Latest and greatest – Along with EMC and Kaazing, we shared the latest about our synergistic technologies. Watch this Kaazing video to hear Mike Pickett, VP of Product Marketing for Ultra Messaging, discuss the synergies with Kaazing WebSockets and Ultra Messaging for scaling streaming message data out to mobile devices and other web applications. (more…)
Software messaging uses transport protocols (such as TCP/IP) to move data from one machine to another or from one process to another process on the same machine.
Over the last 10 years or more, the array of transport protocols has evolved from a variety of factors, including the relentless need for speed and throughput, particularly with the growth of High Frequency Trading (HFT) that drives the low-latency messaging market.
In addition to those protocol changes, each transport protocol has inherent advantages and disadvantages. And then on top of that, the design of the message software itself has its own advantages and disadvantages, too. Oh, one more thing: competing network technologies like InfiniBand and emerging standards like 10GigE. (more…)
Packet loss is a common but often-misunderstood occurrence in TCP/IP networks, especially with multicast UDP, which is an unreliable protocol, as opposed to the reliable protocol of TCP.
Many years of our own testing, as well as supporting our Ultra Messaging customers, have taught us that you can improve the performance of latency-sensitive and high-throughput messaging applications — often dramatically — with a thorough understanding of the most common causes of packet loss. (more…)
Increasingly, many customers find that legacy messaging middleware does not offer the performance, reliability, and flexibility that they need to support their computing environments.
To learn how you can use Informatica Ultra Messaging to gain strategic business benefits — like dramatic performance improvements (up to 10x) and reduced infrastructure costs and better scalability and reliability — be sure to attend the Informatica Ultra Messaging Webinar on Friday, December 3, 2010 at 1 p.m. ET (12 p.m. CT, 11 a.m. MT, 10 a.m. PT).
See Chris Treichel, former CTO of a leading trading firm, share success stories about Ultra Messaging. Also, learn more about the following benefits from Ultra Messaging experts:
- Reduced infrastructure costs
- Improved performance and throughput
- Increased scalability, reliability, resiliency, and deployment flexibility
Visit 29West at Booth 105.
September 14, 2009
New York, NY
Visit 29West at Booth 1014.
October 20-22, 2009
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We’ll share our latest customer success story, Direct Edge, and discuss the many ways 29West can offer higher performance with lower costs.
29West’s popular Zero Latency Tour will make a stop in Chicago on September 23rd. The well attended event rolled through London in May and New York in June. “Chicago will be an important stop on the tour,” said Mark Mahowald, 29West founder and president. “The Chicago market, known for futures, options and derivatives is hungry for the technical success stories that 29West and its customers can share at this event.”
As in the other cities, the Zero Latency Tour Chicago will feature a presentation by Mahowald, “The Race to Zero,” as well as a technical session presented by 29West director of technical marketing Bob Van Valzah. And equally popular is the panel discussion by 29West customers, partners or analysts.
“Real word use cases really tell the story best of all,” Mahowald added. IT managers and Chief Technology officers get the most benefit from hearing how firms are implementing ultra-low latency messaging across the enterprise to optimize profits and ensure best exectution on trades.”
The September 23rd live event in Chicago will be held at the University of Chicago Gleacher Center. Visit our website’s Zero Latency Tour page for more information and to register beginning August 1.