In conjunction with this release, we’ve provided a “Finance Starter Pack” containing a working data capture system with a sample feed.
This pack is designed to show potential users how a production quality data capture system can be easily and quickly built on top of the current TorQ release, and serves as a baseline initial implementation.
In line with the direction taken by Kx Systems the entire repository has been made available on Github, allowing users to continue to provide feedback and code contributions.
A public webinar has been scheduled for June where one of the senior TorQ architects will walk through new functionality in the latest release as well as discussing the direction of TorQ and upcoming functionality.
Announcing the release of TorQ 2.0, AquaQ Analytics CEO Ronan Pairceir commented “We are very excited with the direction TorQ 2.0 has taken and the interest it has received from various institutions. We would also like to thank the Kx community who have provided considerable feedback for the latest release, and we hope that this productive interaction continues.”