Performing Big Data analytics in pharma using financial trading technologies

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Senior programmers and executives from Purdue Pharma will talk about how they are performing large scale Big Data analytics using high frequency trading, or algo trading, technologies.

Use cases will demonstrate how query times for an enterprise RDBMS can be reduced from hours to seconds and how real-time Big Data visualizations at scale look with TB of data. They will also describe how their approach, using kdb+, is more economic and efficient than commonly used Big Data platforms.

You will need to provide Meetup with your full name and affiliation to attend this event.

To sign up go to Kx Community NYC Meetup or write to .

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