Real-time Cloud Data from your Favourite Exchange and/or Data Vendor: No Programming Required
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When market data first came to the cloud we talked about cloud feeds and APIs to get data. That requires cloud programming skills; we’re past that. Data vendors and exchanges have done some of the “heavy-lifting” to interface their data to visualised cloud tools:
- With Docusign and a Github script you can sign-up and receive NASDAQ data – within an hour.
- Bloomberg and BBVA have collaborated to deliver the Bpipe feed to their equity desks using Kubernetes.
- FactSet data can be accessed through Snowflake increasing physical and analytic reach.
What are some use-cases? How is this helping to identify new investment ideas, reach new subscribers and improve workload for existing customers?
Matt Eddy, Head of Enterprise Integration Propositions, Refinitiv
Ravi Gandhi, Content and Technology Specialist, FactSet
Phil Joslin, Head of APAC Business Development, BCC Group
Jorn van der Bruggen, TRG/Screen