Ever use this Open HFT open source Java project?

(Last Updated On: December 17, 2016)

Ever use this Open HFT open source Java project?

NOTE: I have verified I can these project examples can be build and even tests run.

Don’t hate me as I just discovered this last nite. When I listened to one of the videos below,  I was stunned by the performance yet ingenious simple to use architecture and implemention. It got me thinking that maybe I need to revisit what I have done over the last year. I am about to do that with this newly discovered framework. If you look at testimonials for this sit, you will find when Redis was used , it was limited by the TCPIP connections.

http://chronicle.software/

If you replace with this framework, it should enhance the performance even more!! From my POV, I only want to do this end target trading system right once. As a result, I am looking at replacing everything with this thing in coming days. Just poke around with the videos and links to let me know what you think. More importantly, if you have used this framework, let me know you opinions of it. If not, let me know what you think of it or the potential of it.

Just always that nothing is ever final until you start live trading with real money!

 

https://github.com/OpenHFT

Using ‘HugeCollections’ To Manage Big Data

http://vanillajava.blogspot.ca/

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