Tradency Expands its “Fintech- Platform as a Service” (F-PaaS) Technology Outsourcing Services, with new APIs and Professional Services

Tradency core auto-trading engines were added to the F-PaaS offering and are now available for integration with a wide range of financial applications

Tradency, a financial technology provider, announced today the expansion of its F-PaaS, technology outsourcing offering. Tradency’s core auto-trading engines were added to the F-PaaS offering and are now available for integration with a wide range of applications through its easy to learn, use and maintain APIs.

The F-PaaS technology offering also includes complementary professional services and project development, to provide customization, integration or a complete unique solution, by
Tradency’s experienced engineering team.

As a renowned pioneer in social trading, Mirror-trading and Robo-advisory, Tradency is known for its high standard bank-grade service, robust and scalable technology.

As such, Tradency products, the Mirror Trader, RoboX and Smart Investor platforms are used by millions of end users globally. By adopting the underlying technology of these products into the F-PaaS package, Tradency empower additional new services for a long list of asset classes such as FX, CFD, equities, ETF, futures and cryptocurrencies.

The new APIs and Professional Services enhance the basic F-PaaS offering which contain hosting and operational maintenance, high availability, scalable, real time trading execution and content management.

Tradency F-PaaS technology uses cloud based architecture based on CNCF (Cloud Native Computing Foundation – https://www.cncf.io), including CNCF open source projects such as Kubernetes, GRPC, Prometheus and Jeager to achieve scalability, resiliency and infrastructure observability utilizing Docker Linux containers, based on Go and .Net Core technologies.

– A Significant cost reduction is provided by deploying open source components that minimize license fees and enable efficient R&D development and maintenance. The applications run on any cloud provider, on-premise or hybrid, using reduced hardware requirements.

– Robustness, resilience and scalability are achieved by deploying micro services architecture running on Docker containers, anywhere.

– High observability with new tools for metrics, logs and tracing.

– Capacities to implement fast changes and add new features.

“Tradency crowdsourcing and real-time distribution technology has been a core value to our product offering and services since its introduction in 2005. And, now we are adding its capabilities to our F-PaaS and demonstrating it in new applications in various market segments such as a USA based predictive cash-flow Robo-advisor or an Asian Cryptocurrency social trading.” said Lior Nabat, CEO of Tradency. “We are committed to expanding the reach, use our rewarded technology, reinforcing our position as a leading provider of trading technology.”
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