At a packed NATAS, two sessions focus on SDPs

The Waters North American Trading Architecture Summit in New York yesterday was very well-attended. In fact there was standing room only at the plenary sessions.

Among a wide range of topics, two presentations addressed SDP technology. Patrick Myles, CTO of Caplin Systems, talked about the role of domain-driven design, architectural frameworks and anti-corruption layers in designing multi-asset e-commerce systems. Later in the day, Matt Davey, CTO of Lab49, demonstrated an HTML5-based trading front end, and talked about the use of hardware messaging appliances.

Other popular topics included – no surprise – cloud computing in finance (seen broadly as important but difficult and expensive) and low-latency architecture.

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