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Low Latency Trading Architecture at LMAX Exchange
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| by Sam Adams Follow 1 Followers on May 17, 2017 |

Sam Adams presents an overview of the architecture LMAX Exchange uses to deliver over $2 trillion a year through their platform, and shares their experience of how taking a scientific approach to testing and tuning software has helped them to build a high-availability stateful system.

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Sam Adams is currently the Head of Software Engineering at LMAX Exchange. He has had an eclectic career to date: variously modeling the metabolism of drugs and food additives, creating tools to manage and mine scientific data, and now building a high performance exchange at one of the UK's fastest growing Tech Companies.

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