Advice and support from the experts in FIX Protocol
Working with the Financial Information eXchange (FIX) protocol standards requires base knowledge of the context of what the FIX standards are, how they are used and in what trading contexts, and even for experienced developers reference to the FIX data dictionary saves much time and effort.
The OnixS reference and support tools are useful for people supporting FIX connectivity infrastructure and working with FIX Protocol messaging standards.
SBE Encoder/Decoder Implementations Expand / collapse
The OnixS SBE Decoders and Encoders are ultra-low latency implementations of the SBE Protocol in C++, Java and .NET. We use our own SBE Codec implementations in our Direct Market Access SDKs where SBE support is required.
The OnixS SBE Decoder and Encoder implementations can significantly reduce development time and costs for firms building and supporting their own financial applications that require SBE encoded and/or decoded binary application messages.
FIX Analyser Expand / collapse
Do you need to analyse FIX messaging interactions in human readable format by analysing FIX Engine message log files?
The OnixS FIX Analyser is a high performance FIX log file analysis tool supporting queries, validation, monitoring of FIX standards and dialects designed to save time and money in developing and supporting FIX based trading infrastructures.
FIX Dictionary Expand / collapse
Need to dive deep into the specific FIX message standards syntax in tag/value and enumeration formats?
OnixS provide the online OnixS FIX Dictionary reference for deep referenced to the FIX protocol standards.
About the FIX Protocol Expand / collapse
Do you want to understand more about what the FIX Protocol standards are?
What is the FIX session layer and application layer?
What is FIX Transport Session Protocol (FIXT)?
What are FIX dictionary/dialect variants?
FIXP Expand / collapse
What is FIXP?
FIX Performance Session Layer (FIXP) is a lightweight protocol that describes how to establish and maintain a communication session between two endpoints.