Exberry CEO Guy Melamed Talks Up Cloud-based SaaS Market Solutions with JLN’s Julie Ros at FIA’s IDX

October 5, 2023

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JLN Correspondent Julie Ros interviewed Exberry CEO Guy Melamed at FIA’s International Derivatives Week (IDX) in June and asked him about the solution Exberry developed on a cloud environment and about its relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS).

In a recent blog post with AWS, Exberry wrote about passing the one million orders per second mark in microseconds latencies, an important milestone in the industry, Melamed said.

Ros also asked Melamed about the advantage of moving exchange and marketplace infrastructure to cloud-based SaaS platforms. The first advantage Melamed mentioned was “go to market.” Another advantage is being able to focus on managing the markets rather than the technology, as it is being managed by your cloud-based solution provider, he said.

Melamed said cost is also an advantage of a cloud-based SaaS platform, where an exchange can get bigger platforms or exclusive platforms as its needs grow.

Melamed also spoke about some of Exberry’s recent accomplishments building high performance exchange solutions.Melamed talked to Ros about how he sees capital markets technologies evolving in the next five years.

Please see the entire interview here.

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