High-Performance Storage for Financial Modeling and Backtesting

Stay ahead in the hyper-competitive Algorithmic Trading market. Speed through millions of simulations with our high-throughput, low latency software solution. Improve quant productivity with a flexible, responsive, and easy-to-administer storage infrastructure.

Win the Market Simulation Arms Race

Illustration of a Financial Modeling and HPC workflow

Algorithmic Trading systems have changed the landscape of equity and futures trading considerably. High Frequency Trading applications convert time to money. While the number of companies using such technologies continues to rise, they compete against equally tooled companies.

Staying ahead in this competitive market means constantly refining your latest market simulating algorithm. What follows is lots and lots of walk-forward optimization and backtesting before rollout.

Reduce Backtesting Bottlenecks

Running millions of strategies against years of historical tick data requires storage that maximizes IOPS while driving down latency. Quobyte supports simultaneous parallel file access from hundreds of compute nodes which significantly reduces your time spent on backtesting.

Scale Performance Linearly

Stay ahead of your ever-increasing workloads. Quobyte lets you linearly grow both capacity and performance. Storage nodes can be added live, eliminating the need for reconfiguration downtime. Clients can immediately make use of the added resources.

One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Deploy Quobyte on any hardware, even cluster nodes can be different. Update your hardware on your own schedule. Without any Kernel dependencies, Quobyte is the most flexible software-only storage solution in the market today.

Advanced Storage Architecture that Matches Your Trading Strategy

Challenges for your storage infrastructure
  • Massive amounts of small file simulation data
  • Time required for backtesting iterations
  • Shrinking or frozen IT budgets
  • Simultaneous access from hundreds of compute notes
Quobyte features
  • POSIX file system for seamless integration
  • High IOPS and a consistent sub-milisecond latency
  • “Lights-out” data center resiliency; self-healing
  • Parallel I/O delivers unrivaled throughput