Many infrastructure solutions emphasise horizontal scalability as a means of achieving high throughput. This is built on the assumption that you have high dgrees of parallelism inherent in the problem you are trying to solve. In finance, from trading systems to risk management, this is often not the case. Instead you need a system which can less operations at once, but still be very fast.
Why is low latency the solution to high throughput? How do we do this? Conversely, when is high throughput used to solve low latency?
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