IBM technology in the financial markets front office, Part 1, Overview of a financial markets front office integration blueprint

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Mary Taylor and German Goldszmidt

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: May 06, 2010

This article is the first in a series that explores how IBM® middleware capabilities can be integrated to address the technical requirements of the financial markets front office. The front office requirements necessitate the need for specialized software that can handle high volumes of data at extremely high speeds. This article series describes an algorithmic trading scenario that was implemented as part of an IBM Software Group incubation project. This first article provides a high-level overview of an integration blueprint that was produced within the project. This blueprint illustrates how the components in the scenario interconnect. Future articles will drill deeper into the technical details around the integration of the various products in the blueprint and how the products were used in the scenario.

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