At LMAX Exchange we've built one of the fastest trading platforms around. We're well known for releasing The Disruptor - our high performance inter-thread messaging library, but that is only one small part of our stack. In this talk we will give an overview of our full architecture - how we've built a high throughput, low latency and scalable system that also provides high-availibility (active-active) backup systems and offside DR - all in plain old Java.
The talk will consist of a presentation covering the architecture behind LMAX Exchange.
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The LMAX Exchange architecture - high throughput, low latency and plain old Java
Sam currently leads one of the development teams at LMAX Exchange. He has had an eclectic career to date: variously modelling the metabolism of drugs and food additives, creating tools to manage and mine scientific data, and now building a high performance exchange at one of the UK's fastest growing Tech Companies.