Infrastructure Technologies

Five Years of SFTI in Europe

Sell-Side Technology caught up with Ian Jack, global head of infrastructure for the Secure Financial Transaction Infrastructure (SFTI) at NYSE Technologies, in London earlier this week.

IBM Upgrades Big Data, Cloud Approach

Technology juggernaut IBM has announced an extensive revamp of its PureSystems integrated platform, which allows for the rapid deployment of private cloud infrastructure and large data set analysis.

Eze Castle's App Cloud Drops

Hedge funds solutions provider Eze Castle Integration (ECI) says its application delivery platform will enable app writers to give their clients faster time to value, while enabling app vendors themselves to transition to more of a Software-as-a-Service …

2013 Offers Both Familiar and Fresh Challenges

As the recycling is put out for collection, credit card bills from Christmas cause mild bouts of nausea and everyone begins to get back into their daily routines, let's take a look ahead to what's going to be important in 2013.

Open Platform: The Front Office in the Cloud

The need to cut costs without compromising client service and business performance is putting tremendous pressure on businesses, spurring them to evaluate their internal processes and consider moving some of these to a managed services model. The past…

Flexibility Key to Infrastructure Agility, Responsiveness

Despite the economic environment dictating high-level sign-off on new technology deployments —- something that is becoming harder to obtain-— firms must build an element of flexibility into their market data infrastructures if they are to create best-of…

Infrastructure Management webcast

Inside Market Data gathered leading industry experts for a webcast on November 28, 2012 to discuss how with the rising cost of ultra-low-latency data infrastructures prompting some firms to focus their infrastructure investments elsewhere, what will be…

CIBC's Maden: Vendors Must Find Holistic Approach

Vendors must come up with ways to ease the pressure on financial services firms, allowing them to focus on their core responsibilities, rather than worrying about their technology, according to Francis Maden, executive director at Toronto-based…

Predictions About Final SEF Headcount Drop

As the real-live launch of real-life swap execution facilities (SEFs) draws closer, a group of derivative experts predict that there will be fewer entrants than previously estimated.

Looking Ahead to ETAS

This week sees the second annual European Trading Architecture Summit being held in London.

Eze Castle Makes Cloud Push in Asia

Eze Castle Integration is now live with its Eze Private Cloud in Hong Kong and Singapore. In 2010, it opened its first office in Singapore, and this year it entered into Hong Kong.