In-Memory Computing for Financial Services
Leveraging in-memory computing is imperative for financial services organizations like banks and investment management firms. GridGain® Systems is a leader in in-memory computing solutions for the financial services industry. The GridGain in-memory computing platform enables unprecedented speed and scalability for transactional, analytical and hybrid transactional/analytical processing (HTAP) financial services use cases across any data store.
GridGain is proven technology which delivers in-memory speed with massive scalability to petabytes of in-memory data. GridGain solutions provide predictable latency, flexible scaling, configurable data consistency and reliable uptime. The GridGain in-memory computing platform can run on commodity hardware installed on premise, in the Cloud, or in a hybrid environment. It is built on the open source Apache® Ignite™ project code base, offering all the benefits of open source software with the backing of a reliable, commercial company behind the technology.
Financial Services Clients
A leading global bank based in Belgium. View their keynote from the In-Memory Computing Summit on capital market use cases for in-memory computing.
The largest bank in Eastern Europe with over 130 million clients. Read about their needs in this CIO.com article.
A leading global bank based in France which ranks among the top 20 banks worldwide based on total assets.
Financial Services Use Cases for GridGain Technology
High Speed Transactions
EOD & Intraday Risk Assessment
Interest Rate Derivatives (IRD)
Market Data Applications
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