Nasdaq moves second matching engine to AWS cloud

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.

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Nasdaq has completed the migration of its Nasdaq Bond Exchange to Amazon Web Services’ cloud, marking the second Nasdaq marketplace to move matching engines to the cloud.

Nasdaq is in the process of migrating all its markets, as well as its market data and back-office and clearing operations to the cloud over a 10-year period, as part of an agreement signed between the exchange and AWS in November 2021, starting with its MRX options market last December. The Bond Exchange went live on August 21

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