Finextra provide the press release on Devnet’s move open source kdb+. Code and samples available here. Shame its not the full stack of kdb+
~ by mdavey on May 21, 2014.
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Thanks for looking into Enterprise Components. Just an additional note on the ‘full stack’ you’ve mentioned.
We’ve have provided a ready to use DemoSystem for Linux which includes free version of 32 bit q. In that sense it’s a full stack as you’re able to run it without any externals dependencies.
For input data we use random data generator but replacing it with a feed (for example from Reuters) would give you a full working system. For anyone interested in more details and trying this out I would suggest to visit our tutorial on GitHub.
Rafal said this on May 23, 2014 at 6:31 am | Reply
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