StreamBase is announcing today that it's built a Reuters Market Data System-centric edition of its StreamBase Studio complex event processing software. StreamBase Studio itself is both an Eclipse-based graphical development environment and a CEP runtime engine that connects to all the major data feeds and can analyze those data streams in real time. Developers at about 50 Wall Street firms already use StreamBase Studio to build applications that rely on market data streams, such as automated trading, best execution and market data analytics.While StreamBase Studio already provides a Reuters adaptor that accepts its market data feeds, the Reuters Edition tightly integrates that adaptor with Reuters APIs and StreamBase Studio, allowing developers to leverage the Reuters data model, schemas and tagging in their applications. "We're making it easy to connect to any source of data without having to know anything about the Reuters APIs," says Bill Hobbib, vice president of marketing at StreamBase. For instance, a firm that wants to analyze market data and correlate it to a news feed could do so, using the data tagging that Reuters performs internally. Or you could correlate fixed income data or options data with equities data.
StreamBase will start making a free trial edition of Streambase Studio RE available at www.streambase.com starting today.