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Podcast: Leveraging the Cloud to Support Maximum Compute Performance

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Moving to the cloud is on every trading organisation’s agenda and most have started the journey. But what exactly should you put in the cloud, what benefits can you expect to gain in terms of compute performance, and how best can you support legacy and cloud systems in a hybrid environment?

Listen to this podcast, brought to you from a panel session at A-Team Group’s TradingTech Summit in London on February 27, 2019 to find answers to these questions and discover more about how cloud implementation is developing, its long-term future and short-term limitations.

The panel discussion was moderated by Jim Oulton, Associate Partner and Cloud Practice SME at Citihub Consulting, and joined by Peter Williams, Chief Technology Officer at CJC; Robert Johnson, Chief Technology Officer at Coremont; Robert Griffiths, Director and Head of High Performance Computing and Cloud Services at MUFG Securities EMEA; and Bill Bierds, President at BCC Group.

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