It wasn’t long ago that, for large numbers of capital markets firms, the de facto data consumption model was DIY, or a do-it-yourself proposition, due to the scarcity of relevant managed data services on the market. Now, firms on both sides of the…
The cloud provider and industry utility have jointly released a prototype and guidelines for building resilient financial services applications.
Cloud providers are having to make more hardware available to keep pace with takeup—including older machines that under previous policies would have been retired already. But the move is proving profitable … and risky.
Technological innovation doesn’t always reap promised rewards. RBC’s head of cloud engineering talks about why the Canadian bank’s hybrid cloud strategy worked, and how it is approaching generative AI.
The exchange and its cloud partner are encouraged by the smooth migration so far—and also by capacity and latency improvements from running in the cloud.
Wei-Shen examines how exchanges are branching out and pursuing new ventures that could bring them fresh revenue streams.
Tech giant’s cloud computing arm grew customer base in Q2 despite cost-cutting among users
CME is spending a small fortune to migrate its technology to Google’s cloud, betting on the cloud’s ability to return a large fortune from development of new data products and services.
Although Q2 revenue was flat year-on-year, it was buoyed by IBM’s hybrid cloud and AI strategy. The tech giant will build up its AI capabilities similarly to how it’s dealt with Red Hat OpenShift.
Bloomberg has built an app in Snowflake’s cloud framework that will make it simpler and faster for Snowflake clients to populate their cloud-hosted tools with Bloomberg data.
Mauricio Bustos of RadiantESG Global Investors says nimble infrastructure will allow firms to deploy new ideas quickly and reliably.
Execs from Google, LSEG and NYSE discuss how exchanges are beginning to leverage the true potential of the cloud.
Sources say the industry is not yet ready to fully adopt wide-scale implementations of distributed-ledger technologies.
A Google exec and a Stevens Institute director lay out the potential and the pitfalls of this emerging cloud computing technology for data protection.
Once wary of the cloud, financial firms, their suppliers and the marketplaces where they trade are openly embracing it. And there are more signs of big tech firms accelerating buy-in by literally buying in to clients’ migration projects.
The banks’ vision is for vendors and consumers to be able to distribute and access all data sources in a multi-cloud environment. They’re mapping the way to get there.
While the new rules will eat into financial services resources, regulators say they will also offer safeguards for managing cloud agreements.
While most every trading firm is migrating workflows and platforms to the cloud, Anthony explains that not every migration project is created equal.
Tech giant IBM is targeting security, AI, and portability in the modernization of the mainframe as firms report still retaining “the workhorse of the back office.”
While Nasdaq is set to begin migrating its MRX exchange to AWS’s cloud infrastructure next month, the full migration program could take 10 to 15 years to complete.
CME Group explores why demand for instant, simpler data is driving direct access to exchanges via cloud technology
A whitepaper from the DTCC and Celent finds that 67% of buy- and sell-side firms hope to be “cloud first” by 2024, but mainframes still part of the equation.
Symphony decided to first migrate client data to Google from AWS, and then focus on applications.
As interest rates rise and house prices fall after a steady period of the opposite dynamic, investors are looking for more accurate ways to price these factors into the value of mortgage-backed securities.