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If the recent MDM and Data Governance Summit was any indication, Master Data Management is an extremely hot topic these days. The summit was highly successful, drawing over 400 attendees comprised of business users and architects of every stripe.
I want to highlight one presentation that spoke to me directly. Quintiles is a company you may remember if you went to Informatica World 2013. Quintiles provides biopharmaceutical development and commercial outsourcing services via a vast network of over 27,000 employees across the globe. At the summit, John Poonnen, Quintiles’ director of product engineering, told of the company’s journey to multidomain MDM, which was key to enabling a web-based platform for delivering real-time insights into patient, study, site, and program activities. Poonnen presented to an audience of over a hundred technology and business professionals. (more…)
Treating Big Data Performance Woes with the Data Replication Cure Blog Series – Part 3
OK, so in our last two discussions, we looked at the memory bottleneck and how even in high performance environments, there are still going to be situations in which streaming the data to where it needs to be will introduce latencies that throttle processing speed. And I also noted that we needed some additional strategies to address that potential bottleneck, so here goes: (more…)
29West now part of Informatica will exhibit and host a Drill Down Session in the Plaza Suite at 9:30.
Plaza Suite, 9.30 am
Next Generation Trading Systems – High Performance and Low Latency
Leading firms have moved from legacy designs to streamline the execution path for lowest latency. Where will the next wave of performance come from and how will it impact bank and exchange trading system architectures? This session will explore real world patterns of next generation architectures including trends with 10Gig and Infiniband networks and how best to leverage the advances in multi core architectures to achieve the lowest latency.
- Jitesh Ghai, Global Director, Systems Engineering, 29West now part of Informatica
- Yuri Salkinder, Director, Credit Suisse
Hear how thought leaders and the most successful customers are leveraging the new technologies for the highest, most profitable performance.
Plaza Suite, 4.15pam
Low Latency Reduction – The Latest Techniques, and Where We’re Heading
The current level of interest in latency reduction is manifesting in three principal ways: vendors are embracing new techniques; the requirement for latency reduction implies the requirement for latency monitoring and benchmarking; and lastly, the latency spotlight is also falling on the fundamental principles of network architecture and switch design. Bob Van Valzah, 29West director of product marketing, will join the TS-Associates sponsored panel of experts.
29West now part of Informatica to Speak at High Performance for Linux Financial Markets – April 19, 2010
Bob Van Valzah, director of product marketing for Informatica’s 29West Ultra Messaging, will join the Cisco-sponsored panel of experts.
Session 2, 11 – 11:50
Ensuring Real-World Low-Latency – Performance When it Counts
The key to differentiating low-latency that will impact your bottom line is to ensure that your applications can handle real-world situations such as volume spikes and massive price movements with no degradation in performance. The most intense trading is the time when you make (or lose) your real money and you need your latency to be at the lowest or risk getting run out of the market. New techniques for better understanding the capacity and performance characteristics of these transaction platforms will increasingly drive competitive advantage. Through this lens, winners will design, architect and implement the next generation capabilities for dominance. This session will explore the impact of low-latency and its measurement as well as ensuring performance when it counts.
Stop by Session 2 and say hello to Bob.
Visit 29West at Booth 105.
September 14, 2009
New York, NY
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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.
If you missed the London or New York Zero Latency Tour, register for our Live Webinar on August 7 or August 12. 29West director of technical marketing Bob Van Valzah will present a summary version of the event on both dates from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. CDT, 11 toto12 noon ET, 4 – 5 p.m. GMT, 12 midnight to 1 a.m. Tokyo.
After you register, you will receive a link for the webinar by August 6.
You can download more free Zero Latency Tour content here.
As many of you are likely aware, the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA) is hosting their annual Technology Management Conference and Exhibit next week (Tuesday through Thursday, the 23rd through 25th) in New York.
Not only will be be exhibiting at this year’s SIFMA TMC, but we’re also hosting architectural one-on-one sessions with our principal software architect, Todd Montgomery. He’ll be covering in-depth technical topics, including specifics about our new queueing message delivery model. While the schedule has filled up quickly, if you’re interested, please let us know.
Feel free to drop by, pick up a copy of our company poster, hear the latest news in high-performance messaging, or just say hello. We’d love to talk to you. Our booth is number 1503.
Building on the great success of our London Zero Latency Tour event, this past Tuesday 29West hosted our latest discussion on the state of the art in financial messaging. Our latest event was held in an auditorium in the Credit Suisse building at 11 Madison Ave in New York.
The room was full while Mark Mahowald and Bob Van Valzah gave their presentations, and the panel discussion turned into a very interactive discussion between the panelists and the audience.
We’d like to once again thank our panelists for their contributions to our events. Topics on the panel included how to properly monitor your system without impacting performance, “how fast is fast enough?”, and several others. Panelists from the New York event included:
- Sean Gilman, CTO, Currenex
- Saro Jahani, CIO, National Stock Exchange (NSX)
- Alex Roitgarts, Director, Credit Suisse
- Alexander Ryssiouk, Director of Development, FXCM
- Mark Mahowald, President and Founder, 29West
The panel was moderated by Kevin McPartland, Senior Analyst with TABB Group.
Wall Street & Technology recently published a write-up about our panel discussion. You can find the story here.
The Zero Latency Tour will resume in September with Zero Latency Tour: Chicago. We’d love to see you there.