Wombat Fabric Puts Opra on Single Server

Wombat officials say the fabric, which replaces publish-subscribe networking with distributed memory-sharing, enabled its feed handler to run a day of Opra data on a two-socket, eight-core Intel 5400 Xeon single rack unit server, with average CPU utilization of 10 percent. Even at market open and close peaks, CPU utilization remained under 35 percent, with latency of less than 100 microseconds, officials say.

"Previously, this would have taken a 4U server, and at peaks we would be very near 100

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Refinitiv’s PermIDs: Converting needs into opportunity

Refinitiv’s PermID framework was conceived as a proprietary tool to address an internal challenge around identifying objects in the firm’s information model. Once it had proved its worth, it was rolled out to the firm’s clients to significant success.

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