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Webinar on using Matlab Production Server for Financial Application with financial analytics into Excel SAS databases, and Hadoop big data , and web applications

 

Webinar on using Matlab Production Server for Financial Application with financial analytics into Excel SAS databases, and Hadoop big data , and web applications

Here is the best sample use for this powerful product:

http://www.mathworks.com/videos/matlab-production-server-for-financial-applications-81937.html

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Matlab Production Server Architecture PDF with Excel, Database Integration, and Big Data for live trading systems

Matlab Production Server Architecture PDF with Excel, Database Integration, and Big Data for live trading systems
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http://www.allbookez.com/pdf/256kg22/

MATLAB in Production Systems, Database Integration, and Big Data download

http://www.allbookez.com/pdf/e4mda1/

Even the price list with the cost of this Production Server

http://www.allbookez.com/pdf/r2vpm/

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Is Matlab Production Server primed ready for live trading with Java or DotNet CSharp trading client?

 

Is Matlab Production Server primed ready for live trading with a Java or DotNet CSharp trading client?

I forgot to mention in this video there is an Excel deployment front end option as well. Killer. Or as Mastercard would say: Priceless

https://quantlabs.net/blog/2014/05/intro-demo-to-matlab-production-server-with-dotnet-csharp-or-java-client/

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Intro demo to Matlab Production Server with DotNet CSharp or Java client

Intro demo to Matlab Production Server with DotNet CSharp or Java client

This a HUGE DEAL!! Better than Matlab Builder NE or JA (Java) as you can have pretty well any client connect into this thing. Very very powerful! It is a game changer for sure on how you deploy your trading ideas!

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Is Matlab Builder NE really fast with DotNet and CSharp vs the Production Server?

Is Matlab Builder NE really fast with DotNet and CSharp vs the Production Server?

Someone from my email newsletter responded so thanks to them:

Re “help out connect DotNet C Sharp to Matlab Production Server?”

 

I have no experience with Matlab Production server and C#, however I have experience with Matlab and C# and can give you another advice:

 

In one of your videos you refer to and demonstrate C# code exported from Matlab with NE Builder as running very slowly

 

In the video I saw your code being executed only once, which means that its execution suffered the performance penalty of the initial loading and initializing the Matlab Compiler Runtime (MCR). If you try more than one iteration of the execution, while the main program remains loaded and running in RAM you will see that the performance of exported C# code is blindingly fast

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Comment here if you got experience to connect Matlab Production Server to Microsoft DotNet CSharp

Comment here if you got exeperience to connect Matlab Production Server to Microsoft DotNet CSharp

We are looking for any one experienced with this

http://quantlabs.net/academy/forum/technical-forum/anyonee-help-out-connect-dotnet-c-sharp-to-matlab-production-server/#p444

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I could not get my DotNet CSharp application to connect to Matlab 2014a Production Server M Script

I could not get my DotNet CSharp application to connect to Matlab 2014a Production Server M Script

This is easily the most powerful feature in the entire Matlab ecoystem.

I am now using Matlab 2014a.

I failed to get my C# application to connect to a built CTF Matlab M function scrip. This was build by the Production Server compiler which was successful.  I was able to start the MPS (Matlab Production Server) with a proper status showing the license as ‘checked out’ meaning it is successfully started. Everything has been correctly instructed at localhost and port 9910. My browser can not find localhost:9910 or even the correctly deployed magic project at localhost:9910. This is why my C# client is not able connect. I am not sure how much further to proceed as it seems dead in the water.

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You have not seen anything yet until you check the latest MATLAB 2013a video with Trading and Production Server Toolbox

You have not seen anything yet until you check the latest MATLAB 2013a video with Trading and Production Server Toolbox

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This was just sent to my members:

HI there

I have finally managed to post the video of Stuart Kozola’s presentation of some of the latest features of MATLAB 2013a. This includes the Trader and Production Server toolbox products. If you are like me, your jaw would have dropped seeing the capabilities of these new updates. I plan to take FULL advantage starting this week. Here is the link for y’all:

….

Two things that come out of this:

1. This will NOT go public at all due to the STRICT quality control of the Mathworks recorded video presentations on MATLAB. As a result, only you will see it. As a result, I did get permission to post ONLY for you my PREMIUM MEMBERS! It will NOT go on Youtube at all.

2. I was also told we were the second group yet to see this MATLAB Trader Toolbox EVER so this is kind of EXCLUSIVE.

I hope you enjoy, I keep watching as it is nearly 2 hours long.

Bryan

PS. I have asked this last time, let me know if you want a LIVE webinar to talk about the latest video postings I put with all those other Matlab Toolboxes. I am starting both Stateflow and Simulink this week. I can confirm the abilities of both are stunningly powerful with C or C++ functions for external trading platforms.

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ONLINE MEETUP: Trading with MATLAB: Introducing Trading Toolbox and MATLAB Production Server

Hi there

This Thursay is going to be easily one of the most important online events I ever done! This will be a demo of how MATLAB can be used to directly trade as well as a very powerful option to connect your client trading platform or network client into the MATLAB Production Server. Believe me, you will be sold when you see these capabilities! It will also open up your eyes as well.

This is a FREE online event this THURSDAY APRIL 11 at 6 PM EST

Details:

Note that this will be a rare view of this powerful software from the actual vendor. This will also be a first for the group.

Stuart Kozola is a product manager at MathWorks and focuses on MATLAB and add-on products for computational finance. Prior to joining MathWorks in 2006, Stuart worked at Pratt & Whitney (United Technologies) as a design engineer working on combustion systems for gas turbine engines. Stuart earned a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Wyoming, an M.S. in chemical engineering from Arizona State University, an M.S. in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and an M.B.A. from Carnegie Mellon University. He currently holds the Financial Risk Manager designation from the Global Association of Risk Professionals.

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ONLINE MEETUP: Trading with MATLAB: Introducing Trading Toolbox and MATLAB Production Server

ONLINE MEETUP: Trading with MATLAB: Introducing Trading Toolbox and MATLAB Production Server

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This Thursay is going to be easily one of the most important online events I ever done! This will be a demo of how MATLAB can be used to directly trade as well as a very powerful option to connect your client trading platform or network client into the MATLAB Production Server. Believe me, you will be sold when you see these capabilities! It will also open up your eyes as well.

This is a FREE online event this THURSDAY APRIL 11 at 6 PM EST

Details:

Note that this will be a rare view of this powerful software from the actual vendor. This will also be a first for the group.

Stuart Kozola is a product manager at MathWorks and focuses on MATLAB and add-on products for computational finance. Prior to joining MathWorks in 2006, Stuart worked at Pratt & Whitney (United Technologies) as a design engineer working on combustion systems for gas turbine engines. Stuart earned a B.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Wyoming, an M.S. in chemical engineering from Arizona State University, an M.S. in electrical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and an M.B.A. from Carnegie Mellon University. He currently holds the Financial Risk Manager designation from the Global Association of Risk Professionals.

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Trading with MATLAB: Introducing Trading Toolbox and MATLAB Production Server

Thursday, Apr 11, 2013, 6:00 PM

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Trading with MATLAB: Introducing Trading Toolbox and MATLAB Production Server

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Note that this will be a rare view of this powerful software from the actual vendor. This will also be a first for the group.Stuart Kozola is a product manager at MathWorks and focuses on MATLAB and add-on products for computational finance. Prior to joining MathWorks in 2006, Stuart worked at Pratt & Whitney (United Technologies) as a design engi…

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