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The NYSE Starts Letting Funds Run Their Trading Software On Their Cloud Servers
businessinside - Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry - Jun. 2, 2011
The NYSE is announcing that they’re launching a cloud computing platform. After deciphering the most buzzword-heavy press release we’ve seen in a while, we can report that the idea is basically to let funds run their trading algorithms and software on a private cloud and rent computing power the same way you do on Amazon or Google’s clouds. The system was built using VMWare software.
06/17/2011 By: Matt Sarrel
Recently, the New York Stock Exchange announced that its cloud computing service, built on VMware, will offer enhanced security and rapid access to NYSE market data. NYSE has also established minimum computing requirements in order to ensure a high quality experience and to avoid performance problems. NYSE’s cloud customers must purchase a minimum of 500 GB of storage and 96 GB of RAM. Each VM must also be configured to use at least 8 GB of RAM.