Decoding PCAP Files using kdb+

Elliot Tennison Uncategorized Leave a Comment

As part of a client investigation into system latency issues, AquaQ Analytics has been exploring and working on incorporating packet sniffing into kdb+ to better identify problems over a network. This blog is a case study that looks at two FIX engines interacting and how PCAP files can be used to identify possible problems. The parser deconstructs PCAP files, which …

Elliot TennisonDecoding PCAP Files using kdb+

Simple Kdb+ Feed Interface Design

Ellen Mooney kdb+, Uncategorized Leave a Comment

Many people choose to connect directly from a kdb+ instance to a data source such as Activ Financial or Bloomberg via the kdb+ C api. In this discussion we will create a dynamically loaded shared object within kdb+ and implement the following 3 design patterns: A single threaded application that reads data directly from the source onto the kdb+ main …

Ellen MooneySimple Kdb+ Feed Interface Design

The Corona Diaries

Elisa Herbig Life At AquaQ, Uncategorized 1 Comment

Week 1Oh my goodness, I am loving this. My bosses just video called me and they totally bought my “I am taking working from home very seriously”-attitude. What they didn’t know is that I am currently businessperson from the waist up, pyjama party from the waist down. Week 2Yep, still doing great. Third Skype call with friends this week and …

Elisa HerbigThe Corona Diaries

Thank you for joining us at AquaQ’s Summer Event 2019

Rachel Marrinan Uncategorized 1 Comment

Last week we held our Summer Party at The Pearson Room in London, which was a great opportunity to enjoy an abundance of charcuterie boards whilst vying for the coveted title Summer Party Pub Quiz Champions! With a fantastic turnout, our teams locked horns over a range of hotly contested rounds, with “The Hoggets” being crowned victors*. Our new AquaQ …

Rachel MarrinanThank you for joining us at AquaQ’s Summer Event 2019