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The world's largest financial institutions use Kaazing standards-based software for streaming FX rates, and transporting transactional order entry to and from trading desks.

Whether you prefer plugin/extension-free Web apps, native iOS or Android apps, or full-blown .NET or Java desktop applications, you can always stream your real-time positions over 3G, 4G, LTE, or WiFi networks in a highly scalable, secure, and reliable manner.

With Kaazing the trading is mobile,
the data is on-demand,
and the connection is lock-down secure.




JavaScript | iOS + APNs | Android | Java | .NET

JMS | AMQP | XMPP

We Got You Covered!





The world has come a long way from the introduction of the Edison ticker.
The telegraph is long gone, and so is the tape, but the ticker is here to stay. With Kaazing, you can distribute stock, forex, or any trading data with blazing speed, high security, and at incredible scale. Regardless of the client technology or protocol of your choice.

Example: JMS-style pub/sub code in the browser (JavaScript)


// connection: JMS connection over WebSocket
session = connection.createSession(false, Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);
var myTopic = session.createTopic(TOPIC_NAME);
topicProducer = session.createProducer(myTopic);
connection.start(function(){
  topicProducer.send(message, function()
    { /*yourCallBack();*/ }
  );
});

with

conflation | last value cache | durable subscribers | delta messaging | fully locked down firewalls

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See Kaazing in Action

See LIVE DEMO of 100 messages per second over the public Web. Mobile or desktop browser renders data off of simulated back-end data source.

10 Cool Things About Secure Streaming

A deep dive into WebSocket security and why our customers trust Kaazing.

Streaming Stock Tutorial

Learn how to use the Kaazing JavaScript JMS client libraries to stream stock quotes into your web application from any JMS-compliant message broker, such as Apache ActiveMQ.