Tag Archive for 'marketdata'

QuestDB – Review 2023

Our latest product Pulse is for displaying real-time interactive data direct from any database. To get most benefit, the underlying databases need to be fast (<200ms queries). For our purposes databases fall into 2 categories: Really really fast, can handle queries every 200ms or less and seamlessly show data scrolling in All Other Databases. The […]

2018 – The Future of Tech in Banks – Solutions here now (part 2)

This article is (part 2) of a series. See the previous post on “2018 – The Future of Tech in Banks, particularly within Market Data“. The previous article described a few problems with the current tech/finance structure in most banks. In the words of Jim Barksdale: “there are two ways to make money. You can […]

2018 – The Future of Tech in Banks, particularly Market Data (Part 1)

The structure of banks and finance firms are constantly changing as they evolve towards the structure best for todays environment. The trend over recent years has been for less traders and more engineers as expanded in this (article. (thanks Zak). In these posts I’ll describe the current state and where I think fintech, in particular […]