CME moves core data to the cloud, readies new data products, analytics

The exchange group has migrated its core data to the cloud as part of its 10-year partnership with Google Cloud, and is now looking ahead to further migrations and leveraging the cloud to power new data products.

CME Group has completed the migration of its core data to the cloud, as part of its partnership with search and cloud giant Google, with further migrations and new product launches enabled by the new cloud capabilities planned for this year, officials said during the exchange’s fourth quarter and full-year financial results.

The exchange also anticipates substantial progress this year in migrating its clearing, business information systems, and market regulatory systems to Google’s cloud platform

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