HFT architecture considerations with Fastflow in C++

(Last Updated On: November 22, 2015)
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HFT architecture considerations with Fastflow in C++

I just made a video on the considerations for a new open source architecture of a high-speed system for Interactive Brokers. The highlights to take away from this video include:

Possibly similar performances of an FPGA or GPU board thanks to this software accelerator feature

How Goldman Sachs uses an internal risk management database called secDB.

Check out this detailed video here

Hardware considerations for server with C++ Fastflow architecture

A few months ago I posted a potential server that could be great to use this new architecture on a bare-bones Linux system. I have listed what I think are the important features for any server that you would need for a high-speed trading system. 

Check out that list here.

Meetup: Message queue demos with NOSQL Redis C++ Java and Interactive Brokers

As a reminder, I will be doing demos on my chosen NOSQL in-memory fast database with Interactive Brokers TWS. This video will not be having any public access after the live session on Monday night.

Go here to get the details
NOTE I now post my TRADING ALERTS into my personal FACEBOOK ACCOUNT and TWITTER. Don't worry as I don't post stupid cat videos or what I eat!
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