Multi-strategy hedge funds are facing headwinds. Finding alpha is about data and applying strategies and analytics they already have. Adapting to market conditions means reusing what already exists in new ways, to minimize risk and to move quickly. This means providing sales and trading with responsive and connected systems. From market overviews, to analytics, to […]
For many years, Glue42 Desktop has been available as a single end-to-end platform comprising all of the services likely to be required for a large scale mission-critical environments. To address market demand, we have today announced that these services can now be deployed and consumed independently from the rest of the stack – via glue42 or open APIs. Now, and for the first time, enterprise-class services such as advanced window management, directory management, notifications and interop can be accessed by organisations who have already made an investment in their own or 3rd party containers.
In order to understand this approach to application integration, it’s useful to first consider previous innovations in this area. Database level integration was one of the earliest attempts at coordinating sets of data across different types of software. This opened up options for developers but was limited by its struggle to keep up with the rapid progress being made in the development of computers.