Cloud kdb+

Jonathon McMurray data capture, datablog, kdb, kdb+ Leave a Comment

When setting up a kdb+ production system, you may not always have access to the hardware you need. In such instances, it can be helpful to turn to “the cloud”. There are a number of potential benefits to using a cloud system instead of a local server. For example, important server-related duties such as security, failover and data redundancy will …

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New TorQ-FX Released

Jamie Grant data capture, kdb, kdb+, TorQ Leave a Comment

For anyone who has used TorQ, you will most likely be familiar with the Finance Starter Pack. The starter pack is an example data capture system that is based on randomly generated equity data. It was created with the purpose of showing how to set up an example TorQ installation and how different applications can be built and deployed on …

Jamie GrantNew TorQ-FX Released

kdb+ Database Setup Utilities

Aidan O'Gorman data capture, datablog, kdb, kdb+, TorQ 1 Comment

This blog post describes tools to help setup a new kdb+ database. The tools allow you to: calculate the expected memory requirements of the database check columns have been typed correctly in order to avoid sym file bloat Background The volume of data that a kdb+ process can store in memory is finite and must be estimated and considered when designing …

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kdb+ Online Training Updated- Architecture

Jonny Press data capture, kdb, kdb+, TorQ, training Leave a Comment

We recorded our recent kdb+ Architecture Workshop in London, and we’ve added the video and slide deck as a bonus module on our kdb+ Bootcamp Online Training Course.  Above is a snapshot – a three hour in-depth workshop in 15 seconds.  Topics covered include: the basics of data capture extending kdb+ tick and alternative strategies scaling throughput versus latency removing …

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kdb+ Architecture Workshop

AquaQ Admin kdb, kdb+, News, TorQ, training Leave a Comment

Thanks to everyone who attended our kdb+ Architecture Workshop in Code Node, London.  We had a full house, and lots of great feedback.  If you would like to get more information on future events, or have any topic suggestions for future workshops, please get in touch.  

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TorQ Release v3.0.0- LDAP and Permissions

Jonathon McMurray kdb, kdb+, TorQ 2 Comments

We are very excited to announce release v3.0.0 of TorQ, our kdb+ production framework! There are a number of exciting new features added in this release. For starters, we have updated our documentation to an easy to navigate new website: – here you’ll find information about all the functionality of TorQ, without having to wade through a massive PDF …

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TorQ Permission Framework

Ryan McCarron datablog, kdb, kdb+, TorQ Leave a Comment

Our latest update to TorQ adds our new permissions system. Using this system any user connecting over IPC to a permissioned process can have selectively tiered access to any table or variable. This extends to limiting access to functions, through a fully customisable set of user privileges, while still allowing a super-user role with access to all functions, variables, and …

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AquaQ News Letter

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The latest release of the AquaQ newsletter is now available.   The winner of the previous newsletter challenge, Gary Davies (right), is the proud owner of a new iPad Mini.  Congratulations Gary!!

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Free of Charge kdb+ Architecture Workshop, London, Thursday 26th January 2017

AquaQ Admin kdb, kdb+, News 4 Comments

In November we ran a kdb+ Architecture Workshop in NYC which, apart from a bout of mild food poisoning for one of the presenters, went very well.  We will be running the workshop for our London friends between 2 and 5pm on Thursday 26th January 2017 in CodeNode.  The workshop will cover all aspects of kdb+ market data capture system …

AquaQ AdminFree of Charge kdb+ Architecture Workshop, London, Thursday 26th January 2017

Parallel kdb+ Database Access with QPad and TorQ

Allan Moore kdb, kdb+, TorQ Leave a Comment

We’ve been working with Oleg Zakharov, who created QPad, to implement asynchronous querying and allow users to run multiple concurrent queries more efficiently.  This blog explains how it works, using a new version which Oleg will make available soon (but can be downloaded from here for now). The Problem A common usage pattern in kdb+ environments is to have multiple …

Allan MooreParallel kdb+ Database Access with QPad and TorQ