Presentation: "Virtual Queues as a trade processing pattern"

Time: Wednesday 10:50 - 11:50

Location: Robinson/Whitman

Efficient, low-latency and in-order trade processing has always been at the focus of financial institutions and investment banks. In a world where every millisecond counts, parallelizing the processing as much as possible is essential. This session will describe a pattern called "the virtual queue", and how it's been leveraged to perform highly parallelized trade processing while still maintaining parallelism between trades of different instruments.

Uri Cohen, Gigaspaces

 Uri  Cohen
Uri is responsible for everything product related at GigaSpaces, and leads the definition and execution of the company’s product strategy.
He has been with the company for the past four and a half years, serving in a variety of customer facing and technology roles from solutions architect through technology evangelist.

Uri is a frequent speaker at industry conferences, covering cloud computing, space-based architecture, and distributed computing.
He has over 11 years of technology leadership experience, specializing in middleware and cloud technologies such as JEE, Spring, XTP, and distributed computing.

Before joining GigaSpaces Uri served as a software development manager at Ness TSG (formerly ATL), leading the development of a highly scalable, distributed, mission-critical system for the defense vertical.
Uri holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the Hebrew University, and an MBA from the Recanati School of Business at Tel Aviv University.