Tuesday, April 15, 2014
The finance industry is facing major strain on existing IT infrastructure, systems, and design practices:
- New pressures and industry regulation have meant increased volume, consolidation & reconciliation, and variability of data
- Mobile and other channels demand significantly more flexible programming and data design environments
- Improvements in operational efficiency and cost containment is ever increasing
MongoDB is the alternative that allows you to efficiently create and consume data, rapidly and securely, no matter how it is structured across channels and products and make it easy to aggregate data from multiple systems, while lowering TCO and delivering applications faster.
In this session, we will present on common MongoDB use cases including, but not limited to:
- Risk Analytics & Reporting
- Tick Data Capture & Analysis
- Product Catalogues
- Cross-Asset Class Trade Stores
- Reference Data Management
- Private DBaaS
Buzz Moschetti: About the speaker
Buzz Moschetti is a Solutions Architect at MongoDB. He is the former Global Head of Architecture for the Investment Bank division of JPMorganChase. His responsibilities there included information and software architecture vision and strategy, business applications and process development, and solutions standards and design leadership for a $2.2b budget funding 9000 professionals worldwide for all lines of business including equity & debt capital markets, listed and OTC derivatives, commodities, institutional, proprietary, and customer trading, settlement and clearance, and research. Prior to that position, he was the Chief Architecture Officer of Bear Stearns from 2000 to 2008 with similar responsibilities. Earlier in his career at Bear Stearns, he was the Director of Technology for the Financial Analytics and Structured Transactions Group (F.A.S.T.) in the Fixed Income dept. and led the design and development of that unit’s HYDRA and BondStudio portfolio valuation applications suite. His areas of expertise include enterprise data design, systems integration, and multi-language tiered software leverage with C/C++, Java, Perl, Python, and Ruby. He holds a bachelor of science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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