DBS Breaks Down its Market Data Journey

By migrating to the cloud, the Singapore-based bank has consolidated and reduced its datacenter usage by 75 percent. 

Jeremy Green DBS Bank
Jeremy Green, DBS Bank, talked about the benefits of the cloud

DBS Bank’s head of investment and trading technology trade services is urging firms to reconsider how market data is delivered across their organizations.

At the 2018 Asia Pacific Financial Information Conference (APFIC) at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Hong Kong, Jeremy Green, senior vice president at DBS Bank, told delegates DBS has consolidated its data center usage by 75 percent by migrating to the cloud. Now, when it looks at new data centers to build, it is starting from scratch and working

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