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Erlang for Trading Systems

Speaker:
Justin Worall
CTO

Sportrisq are a broker and distributor of risk management solutions and products to the sports industry. Sportsrisq’s core platform is written in Python; however, as a result of Python’s poor threading model, they were experiencing issues with certain low- latency components within their stack.

In this webinar Sportsrisq’s CTO Justin Worall describes the process of migrating two of those components to Erlang; the underlying problems involved, the perceived benefits of Erlang in those situations, the decision making process, the application designs and the results.