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Building distributed financial trading systems (Part 1)

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Morgan Stanley spend around $3 billion each year on technology for their global securities trading business. The majority of the application development takes place in-house, using bespoke development frameworks that focus on performance, stability and the ability to deliver new functionality very quickly. In this talk representatives from Morgan Stanley will present practical example problems for discussion from their existing systems. They will also talk about some of the more challenging distributed systems problems they face when designing the large scale trading systems of the future.

Part one will introduce the context of Morgan Stanley’s business, the use of technology in the trading division, the high level architecture of the global distributed trading system, and a complex messaging problem that arises from managing thousands of independently configured processes which must operate as one complete system.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Opera Group Seminars series.

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