Corvil at HPC for Wall Street: Instrumenting for Transaction Transparency

David Murray will discuss how our customers are instrumenting their high performance trading transactions for greater transparency at the 13th Annual HPC for Wall Street -- Cloud & Data Centers Show & Conference.

Corvil at HPC for Wall Street: Instrumenting for Transaction TransparencyBy Aoife Byrne    29 March 2016      Events

Corvil will be participating in the 13th Annual HPC for Wall Street -- Cloud & Data Centers Show & Conference on April 4th. We are looking forward to connecting with technology strategists and infrastructure directors who are attending the event to learn how their peers in FinTech and Capital Markets organizations are employing HPC cloud and datacenter architectures.

David Murray, our Chief Business Development Officer, will share insights on how our customers are instrumenting their trading transactions for greater transparency during a Luncheon session from 12 - 1 pm.

At Booth 202 we will be showcasing our Corvil Tera release. Voyta Karas will be there to dive into the technical details of how:

  • Per-client dashboards enable business owners to track DMA client performance in real-time as orders propagate through high performance trading infrastructure and across service providers.
  • Automated discovery of trading flows which dramatically lowers configuration effort and time to transparency for new clients and venues.
  • Tiered aggregation architecture which enables greater transaction transparency as Corvil appliances conduct streaming analytics on data from multiple aggregation devices from multiple switch vendors.
  • Virtual Tap support for east-west traffic visibility within virtual environments and cloud services.

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Corvil at HPC for Wall Street: Instrumenting for Transaction Transparency

Corvil at HPC for Wall Street: Instrumenting for Transaction Transparency

Aoife Byrne, Marketing Executive, Corvil
Corvil safeguards business in a machine world. We see a future where all businesses trust digital machines to algorithmically conduct transactions on their behalf. For some businesses, this future is now.
@corvilinc

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