Deutsche Borse Taps Metamako for Network Monitoring, Timestamps

After upgrading the co-location network for its cash and derivatives markets in 2017, Deutsche Borse needed an upgraded monitoring solution.

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Following an upgrade of Deutsche Borse’s co-location network for its Xetra cash and Eurex derivatives markets last year, the exchange needed an updated packet capture and timestamping solution to provide full visibility into every packet crossing its networks, especially during traffic bursts, officials say. As a result, the exchange is rolling out 60 of Metamako’s K-Series network devices running its MetaWatch tapping and timestamping application, which gives visibility into the customer-facing

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