Distribution of Market Data Feeds
Vela's distribution of market data feeds is a fully-featured combination of software and services, designed to build a platform in support of incoming market data feeds. It allows clients to get more from their direct feed environments by reaching a far greater set of applications within your organisation.
Flexible deployment and support options are also available including managed software, with our experienced Professional Services team on hand to help ensure success for your project.
- Distribution to one or many downstream applications
- Support for a range of native transports covering ALL use cases (TCP, Multicast, RDMA, LDMA, MultiVerb, EFVI)
- Caching and Distribution for any market data platform with an OpenMAMA bridge
- Last value caching for fan-out to multiple clients applications or consolidate multiple data sources into a single data stream
- Transform data from alternative Vendor APIs e.g. RDF, BBG, IDC, SIX, etc.
- Publish data from alternative Vendor APIs directly onto to Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP)
- Publish data into proprietary real-time databases, e.g., OneTick, KDB+
- OpenMAMA and Open Entitlements (OEA) APIs for quick time to market and ease of integration for Developers
- Extended ISV Program e.g. QUOD, Solace, MDX, Flextrade, etc.
- Vela Enterprise Support Service for OpenMAMA is a fully supported, certified and tested distribution of the industry standard open source middleware agnostic messaging API
Entitlements & Control
- DART entitlement control and reporting suite for Exchange and Consolidated Feeds
- Integration with third-party vendors and in-house applications for seamless management of compliance across your entire organisation
- Market Data Usage cost management reporting
- Configurable Conflation Intervals
- Configurable Delayed Data
- Custom Calculation Engine
- Order Book and Trade Consolidation
- Symbology Mapping and Symbology Database Management
Servicing more applications by the extension of a direct feed environment, when done smartly, can help reduce cost in market data licensing, infrastructure expenditure and third-party vendor licences, whilst at the same time improving latency and usability.