Join us to hear why Deutsche Börse turned to Redis Enterprise for its intelligent cache solution for rapidly processing and organising data.
During the webinar Christoph will discuss the requirements and solution benefits which saw optimized TCO, high throughput to process timely publication of data in real-time, high availability to maintain rapid data transmission, and the need for a scalable solution meeting the demands of ever-increasing datasets.
During the webinar you will also learn of the technology challenges Deutsche Börse faced with existing architecture, driving the new solutions need to ensure compliance (MiFID II), a blueprint for future corporate development and external service offerings.
About Deutsche Börse:
As an international exchange organisation and innovative market infrastructure provider, Deutsche Börse Group offers its customers a wide range of products, services and technologies covering the entire value chain of financial markets. With around 6,000 employees, the company has its headquarters in the financial centre of Frankfurt/ Rhine-Main, as well as a strong global presence in Europe, Asia and the United States.
|When:||Jan 16, 2020 | 11:00 am|
|Featured Speaker:||Dr. Christoph Zimmermann, Solutions Architect, Redis|
With more than 30 years of industry experience, Dr. Christoph Zimmermann is one of Germany’s free and open source thought leaders. Throughout his career, open source software (especially in financial services) has been the focal point of many large-scale projects of which he has been in charge of as an architect, developer and manager. Apart from his role as a solution architect and community manager for Redis, he serves on the board of the Frankfurter Linux User Group and is a frequent speaker at national and European open source events. In his spare time, he still maintains Arch packages.
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