Capital market firms depend on technology to meet their business goals, from assessing risk to matching buyers and sellers. But with dramatic changes in computational requirements and the regulatory landscape, firms are reinvesting in new solutions to exploit new opportunities and meet ever-increasing risk management and regulatory demands. These solutions must be more flexible, more powerful and faster, but with smaller footprints and reduced administrative overhead.
As a result, firms are challenging their existing architectures and
considering options for their computing grids, including hybrid cloud or
alternative on-premises solutions such as supercomputers, with the goal
of increasing flexibility and performance while reducing total cost of
ownership (TCO).To better understand these changing requirements around grid, TABB Group researched a representative sample of users and managers of compute grids at buy- and sell-side financial institutions. In this webinar hosted by Cray and Intel, the TABB Group presents its research findings.
Webinar Summary: The Future of Grid in a Cloud-Enabled World Reducing Grid TCO for Capital Markets
Terry Roche Principal, Head of FinTech Research TABB Group
Phil Filleul Director, Financial Services Cray Inc.
Robert Geva Principal Engineer, Software & Solutions Group Intel
This webinar covers:
The Computational Landscape in Financial Services
Grid vs Cloud Use Cases
Performance Factors (e.g. end user metrics, application integration, I/P, latency and other considerations)