Asset Control has released version 6.0 of its AC Server, the core of its data management solutions. The new server provides “significant performance improvements and enhancements” resulting from new features. These features include clustering, to help avoid single points of failure, increased flexibility to create fault-tolerant architectures, and 64-bit support, enabling faster and more efficient storing and processing of data. It also provides support for additional platforms, including Oracle 10g and IBM’s DB2 UDB. The improvements, says the company, have improved the scalability of Asset Control’s product suite for market and credit risk management, security master and corporate actions solutions.
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Recorded Webinar: Dealing with Reality – How to Ensure Data Quality in the Changing Entity Identifier Landscape
This webinar has passed, but you can view the recording here. The development of the global legal entity identifier standard has put a focus on entity and customer data. Financial institutions are struggling with a range of quality of issues. The emergence of several so-called pre-LEIs has added complexity to the situation. How are firms...
AI-driven data analytics platform Feedstock has completed Red Hat Container certification for its FeedStock Connector and has been published in the Red Hat Ecosystem Catalog. The certification enables FeedStock to use Red Hat’s container registry and deploy Red Hat certified containers in FeedStock’s client environments, enabling frictionless deployment at scale of its automated data management solutions....
Now in its 10th year, the Data Management Summit (DMS) in NYC explores the shift to the new world where data is redefining the operating model and firms are seeking to unlock value via data transformation projects for enterprise gain and competitive edge.
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