Upcoming Webinar: Infrastructure monitoring: mapping technical performance to business performance8 July 2021
Date: 8 July 2021
Time: 10:00am ET / 3:00pm London / 4:00pm CET
Duration: 50 minutes
It’s a widely recognized truth that if you can’t measure something, you can’t improve its performance. As high-performance connectivity technologies have established themselves in the mainstream of financial firms’ trading architectures, the ability to monitor messaging and data infrastructures has begun to yield benefits.
Innovative firms are using infrastructure-monitoring tools not only to proactively manage and trouble-shoot network connectivity but are gathering performance-related data to drive analytics that can significantly boost business performance. By measuring many aspects of their trading infrastructures, firms are able to identify information and trading flows, formulate client behaviours, and optimise their execution rates.
Tapping into the rich seams of data points from their trading networks, firms can gain new and unique insights into their own activities and those of their clients, developing proprietary analysis that can differentiate their offerings in the marketplace.
This webinar will cover:
- Approaches to trading infrastructure monitoring.
- How infrastructure-monitoring technologies can help trading firms gather analysis from their activities.
- Examples of where this approach is yielding business improvements.
Steve Moreton, Global Head of Product Management, CJC
Moderator: Sarah Underwood, Editor,
More about our speakers:
Global Head of Product Management
With over twenty years’ experience in the capital markets, Steve is a trusted adviser to senior IT executives globally. At CJC since 2004, Steve has been a key figure in building global support and client footprint in 22 geographical locations for 800+ clients. As Global Head of Product Management, Steve has built and developed CJC’s IT Analytics product, mosaicOA, to provide capabilities around big data storage, infrastructure visualization and application analytics.
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