We all now know that the technology space within Financial Services moves at the speed of light.
I can’t help but think at times that banks, software houses and hedge funds are all trying to be “fashionable” by using latest technology trends.
Are these firms correctly implementing and achieving full performance in relation to the technology available?
In the NoSQL space this kind of real-world data is still a bit vague. When asked, vendors tend to give very general answers like NoSQL is good for BigData or key-value access. What does that mean for for the developer in the trenches faced with the task of solving a specific problem and there are a dozen confusing choices and no obvious winner?