Moscow Exchange (MoEx) has announced that it has successfully performed the final testing of all trading systems, with the DataSpace1 data centre operating as the primary DC and the M1 data center as a disaster recovery site.
Final Testing Completed
From 7th November, all client-side systems and trading terminals should be configured to accept DataSpace1 as the primary DC and M1 as the DR site.
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Back in June, MoEx announced that it had completed the first step to migrate its infrastructure to the new data centre.
MoEx said that DataSpace1 would be used as a disaster recovery site for the exchange’s trading and clearing platforms until November 2016, at which point it will become the primary data centre for MoEx. This has now taken place.
DataSpace is a carrier-neutral colocation provider founded in 2009 offering a higher quality of data center services to Moscow-based organisations. Its DataSpace1 facility is the first commercial data centre in Russia and Europe to have successfully completed the full cycle of Tier III certification.
MoEX, which operates trading markets in equities, bonds, derivatives, currency, agriculture and precious metals, expects the cutting-edge data centre to improve service quality and reliability offered to its clients.