Easy Trade Architecture
EasyTrade consists of a collection of services run on the client system, built using proven Microsoft technologies. This unique non server architecture minimises latency between workstation and host. The core trading front end provides consolidated access to a range of exchange drivers, loading them as required to provide direct, fast access when available. For those exchanges that are not suited to direct access, trading can be enabled via connectivity to our EasyRouter platform from the same front end.
In addition to core common functionality built into the front end client a variety of additional modules can be added for extra functionality via a simple configuration interface, allowing the product to be customised with a number of extended features.
A set of subsiduary services expands and enhances the client, running in the background to providing efficient processing of important information without impacting on the main trading system and enabling more advanced site monitoring facilities for administrators and risk controllers where required.
Easy Active Trade Architecture
Easy Active Trade has been built using a balance of proven Microsoft technologies and bespoke solutions, allowing the provision of efficient, scalable and stable solutions to the futures, options and commodities marketplace, covering a multitude of trading options.
The Easy Router architecture at the heart of Easy Active Trade combines an efficient modular server side with an optimised communications transport layer designed for high speed and high volume data distribution. The server side components can be split out and scaled across all sizes of hardware installation, to match client requirements for scaling, performance and resilience.
Built alongside the core data services, EasyShield provides advanced risk management features, offering low latency full pre trade SPAN risk methology to traders and risk supervisors, bringing speed and security to the trading experience. Back and middle office integration is achieved through simple customisation of existing export and import services to match client specifications, or if preferred, clients can utilise the existing FIX based interface, the message format of choice in the EasyRouter architecture.