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Open Day 2017 – Deutsche Börse IT conference The event for IT professionals, executives and traders in the financial industry

Start
05 October 2017 11:00
Location
The Cube, Mergenthalerallee 61, 65760 Eschborn
Organizer
Deutsche Börse AG

A new attendance record was set at this year’s Deutsche Börse IT Open Day with more than 400 external and internal visitors coming to check out the latest technical trends and developments in the financial sector in general, and those at Deutsche Börse in particular.

The presentations are now available for download.

Sponsors

big-xyt.com


www.cognizant.com


www.colt.net


www.computacenter.com


www.corvil.com


www.datacore.com


www.equinix.com


www.oraise.de


www.redhat.com


www.solarflare.com


www.telstraglobal.com

www.t-systems.com
Presentations
Deutsche BörseT7® Infrastructure and Latency
Deutsche BörseT7® release 6.0 and preview 2018
Deutsche BörseT7® - What happens on order management interfaces (ETI/FIX GW)
Deutsche BörseRecent developments in Market and Reference Data Interfaces: EOBI, EMDI, MDI and RDI/RDF
Deutsche BörseRegulatory Reporting Hub
Deutsche BörseData Science and Big Data at Deutsche Börse
Deutsche BörseXetra Release 17 – Becoming MIFID II compliant
Deutsche BörseNew Risk Services enhancing Margin Transparency
Deutsche BörseMoving Deutsche Börse regulated business towards "Public Cloud"
Deutsche BörseClearstream Execution-to-Custody Integration
Deutsche BörseOneClearstream
Deutsche BörseMifid II
Deutsche BörseTransforming the future of securities finance - Eurex Clearing Lending CCP
big xytNavigation in a dynamic liquidity landscape (pre and post MiFID II): How technology and independent analytics help to optimize trading performance
DataCoreNext Step to Accelerate Data Processing in Trading Environments
RedhatMaking DevOps Easy - Idea to Production, Safely in a Day with Red Hat OpenShift
T-SystemsModern Cyber Defense Services
ColtChanging landscape: regulation as a key driver for technological transformation
CorvilThe challenges of UTC traceability