Start Time: 10.00am New York time / 3.00pm London time (60 minutes maximum)
Storing, analyzing and accessing data is a growing problem for financial institutions. Competitive pressures and new regulations are requiring firms to efficiently handle increasing volumes and varieties of data in order to effectively manage and document risk - but this doesn’t come cheap. And as the demands of Big Data exceed the constraints of traditional relational databases, evaluating legacy infrastructure and assessing new technology has become a necessity for most organizations, not only to gain competitive advantage, but also for compliance purposes. Whilst firms must strive to keep costs to a minimum, is now the time to make the change?
- Assessing the cost implications of infrastructure change: what represents the best long-term investment?
- What are the challenges of managing Big Data whilst continuing to comply with mounting regulatory requirements?
- How is your organization's legacy infrastructure responding to the current challenges?
- What are the key considerations of adopting a new database system or third-party provider?
- Nimesh K Bharadia, Head of Market Data Business Strategy, EMEA, CITI & CEO/Founder, KAIMIAN GROUP
- Sanjeev Aggarwal, Database and BI Technical Architect, Markets & International Banking, RBS
- Daniel Roberts, Senior Solutions Architect, Financial Services, 10GEN (The MongoDB Company)
- Moderator: Max Bowie, Editor, INSIDE MARKET DATA
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