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Azul Systems, the expert in provision of Java runtime solutions, has sealed another useful partnership. The company has just announced that it will collaborate with Integration Systems, a software solutions provider for the financial markets.
As a result of the collaboration, Integration Systems’ customers will be able to tap the power of Zing®, Azul’s Java Virtual Machine (JVM) which is aimed at environments demanding low latency and high performance.
Azul Zing is a JVM that offers consistent low-latency with high throughput, supports large in-memory datasets without performance penalties, and solves the so-called Java “warm-up” problem. Zing tackles the operational interruptions and response time outliers often experienced by Java-based trading, risk and compliance applications in financial markets. The Azul’s ReadyNow!™ technology solves the “warm-up” problem by enabling applications to launch fast at the opening bell and to remain fast even when market conditions change during the day.
Theo Long, Managing Director North America at Integration Systems, commented: “The need for speed and how to deliver speed continues to drive innovation in financial markets. However, if data delivery becomes unreliable the benefits of gaining a fraction of a second advantage over your competitor can be lost. With Zing, we can now offer our customers a Java-based solution which provides not only low latency but more importantly consistency of throughput.”
“We are delighted to welcome Integration Systems into our partner program,” noted Scott Sellers, President and CEO of Azul Systems. “Zing is specifically designed for the real time business, and by removing the shortcomings of Java such as inconsistent response times and application jitter, it enables solution providers like Integration Systems to deliver best-in-breed solutions to their customers in the financial markets.”