Philadelphia is a low-latency Financial Information Exchange (FIX) engine for the JVM.
You can use Philadelphia to connect to stock exchanges, brokerage firms, and other network endpoints that use the FIX protocol. You can also use it to provide your own services using the FIX protocol.
Philadelphia is designed to exhibit low and predictable latency. To achieve this, it supports non-blocking, zero-copy networking and does not allocate any memory on message reception or transmission. It can achieve 7.7 µs round-trip time (RTT) over the loopback interface.
Philadelphia requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 8 or newer.
See the latest release on GitHub.
Philadelphia contains the following libraries:
Core implements the Financial Information Exchange (FIX) protocol.
Philadelphia contains the following applications:
Terminal Client is a simple console application for interacting with a FIX acceptor.
Code Generator is a simple console application for generating Philadelphia profiles for FIX dialects.
Philadelphia contains the following example applications:
Philadelphia contains the following test applications:
- Performance Test contains microbenchmarks for the FIX protocol implementation.
For more information on Philadelphia:
- Follow @paritytrading on Twitter for news and announcements
- Join paritytrading/chat on Gitter for discussions
Copyright 2015 Jussi Virtanen and contributors.
Released under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See
LICENSE.txt for details.