PHLX Rigs Database For Contingency

When it came time for the Philadelphia Stock Exchange to replace its homegrown disaster recovery system for equity and options data reporting, it turned to an unlikely alternative: an in-memory database.

Until now, the Philadelphia Exchange used its internally developed Electronic Data Access (EDA) system to restore trading data and trader profiles to its X.Station electronic order book system in case any of the 200 thin-client trading stations or either of the two Sun Microsystems e6500s

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