Version 6.2 of the OpenMAMA API, released last month, features refactored code that creates more common building blocks to make it easier to write “bridges” to other infrastructures, and also paves the way for other additions scheduled for later this year, including support for data usage metrics and distribution tracking, as well as symbol mapping service pluggability, which enables applications to easily switch between data sources that use different symbologies. A second phase of the pluggabl
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