Time series database for the financial industry

Manage data sequentially to deliver actionable insights.

Time series databases allow organizations to apply nanosecond timestamping on captured data, synchronize across multiple sources, combine diverse formats, normalize over different time periods, and perform real-time analytics. These databases can enable actionable intelligence for improved and faster decisions based on what is occurring now, what has occurred in the past, and what is predicted to take place in the future. This intelligence can facilitate real-time, high-performance trading and surveillance analytics in financial markets processes.

Time series database for the financial industry

Solutions

Kx

Kx solutions are built on the time-series database, kdb+. They capture, consolidate, and replay order, trade, and reference data from a bank’s diverse data sources, and perform data cleansing, normalization and advanced analytics including machine learning and NLP processing. The Kx Data Refinery, a platform upon which all financial solutions are built, provides built-in services for data ingestion, filtering, enrichment, exception handling, and publication that simplify and accelerate the development of new applications. The platform also includes customizable dashboards that enables users to view, query and display large data sets and facilitate the design and validation of customizable reports.

New or existing kdb+ customers can use the Amazon EC2 Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network structure and will deploy both the front and backend domains within the same VPC. Historical kdb+ database (HDB) databases can be attached to EC2 storage. You can also use Amazon EBS Volumes, the S3 object store or FSx for Lustre to store your HDBs.

Amazon FSx for Lustre can be integrated with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), linking long-term data sets with high-performance file systems to run compute-intensive workloads. Here’s how it works:

Kx

Once your workloads move to AWS you can leverage other cloud offerings, such as Amazon Sagemaker to perform machine learning based on data in kdb+.

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Financial services customers using AWS

CapitalOne
FICO
National Bank of Canada
Stripe
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