Virtual Data Manager (VDM)

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Fully hosted service for normalising, streaming and capturing live fixed income data

- Ediphy Virtual Data Manager (VDM), is highly capable of comingling and normalising any public or licensable fixed income data source – across any protocol or format.

- Ediphy VDM is widely applicable to buy-side or sellside institutions consuming real-time and/or historical fixed income data.

Key Features

- Normalisation of highly idiosyncratic fixed income data sources into a single global data socket

- Public or licensed data sources, comingle any format or protocol

- Omnitemporal. Graph database technology which ensures seamless handling of real-time and historical data with full lineage to original sources

- Multi-directional. Capture outbound price streams, manage give-to-receive data flows, all in one service

- Web-delivered. Live streaming via flexible WebSocket, historical/captured data via RestAPI

- Explore and visualise the data via web GUI

Key Benefits

Problem statement

- Fixed income data is expensive, challenging and slow to implement. New data sources may not be pursued as cost to onboard is higher than its value

- Highly idiosyncratic formats, protocols and license terms make it infeasible to normalise and use relevant data

- Expensive multi-year data-lake implementations end up adding complexity rather than solving it

- Over-reliance on indicative composite prices with poor provenance and relevance.

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