Morgan Stanley Goes Serverless

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by Renee Wijnen

When Morgan Stanley traders move into the firm's new building at 745 Seventh Ave., they'll find flat screen monitors, 100 megabit power at desktops connected to multigigabit backbone networks and a Tibco market data platform. There's one thing, however, they won't find: servers.

The new building, part of Morgan Stanley's New York City campus, is the first "serverless" building on Wall Street. All the building's application servers and file servers will be located in two redundant

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