3 Key Use Cases For the OnixS .NET CORE FIX Engine SDK


3 Key Use Cases For the OnixS .NET CORE FIX Engine SDK

12 June 2019

The OnixS .NET FIX Engine SDKs support both the current (.NET Framework) and next generation (.NET Core) .NET Standard platform technologies. Here we explore key use cases for the latest .NET Core implementations.

 

What is the OnixS .NET CORE FIX Engine SDK?

As Microsoft advances, and .NET Framework is surpassed by .NET Core, OnixS has released the first .NET Core FIX Engine SDK implementation available on the market.

Created for those who need to update their implementation to the latest .NET Standards, the OnixS .NET Core FIX Engine SDK implementation is a high-performance, low latency, scalable FIX Engine SDK.

 

3 Key Use Cases for Updating to .NET Core

 

1. For multiplatform and performance benefits

Migrating to the .NET Core platform can provide a number of multiplatform and performance benefits. From cross-platform compatibility, to low latency performance, to flexibility and support, the OnixS .NET Core FIX Engine SDK offers multiple advantages for those looking to update their implementation to the latest .NET Core standards.

2. For competitive advantage

Having access to the latest .NET Core development tools, libraries and open source initiatives for developing advanced trading frameworks is crucial in order to capitalise in a competitive environment.

3. To stay ahead of the curve

Microsoft will mandate migration to .NET Standard 2.1+ and thus .NET Core in the future. To stay ahead of the curve, familiarise yourself with new .NET technologies now rather than later.

 

Request Your Download

OnixS provides high-performance, low latency, scalable FIX Engine SDKs based on the current (.NET Framework) and next generation (.NET Core) .NET Standard platform technologies.

 

With forward migration, reliability and cost-effectiveness in mind, OnixS has supported the .NET Standard based FIX Engine SDKs for over 14 years (our first .NET Standard FIX Engine SDK implementation was on 2nd May 2005). Since then, we have supported multiple generations of .NET Standards; this latest .NET Core implementation is a natural migration for OnixS and our many users.

 

To find out more, and update your implementation, you can request an evaluation download of the OnixS .NET Core FIX Engine here - the first implementation available on the market today.

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