Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon said on Tuesday that Marquee, the bank’s platform for outside developers, is migrating to Amazon Web Services next year.
The move signals an effort to attract more developers by meeting them where they already are: the public cloud.
Solomon, who spoke at an annual AWS conference in Las Vegas, said he wants the bank to be developers’ “first choice to provide services that enable you to provide financial functionality directly into your applications and workflows.”
Even Solomon’s attendance at the event is indication of the bank’s increased efforts to appeal to developers. In 2017, Roy Joseph, a managing director at Goldman Sachs, spoke at the event.
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Goldman Sachs’ courting of outside developers just got serious.
One of Wall Street’s biggest banks showed its eagerness to work with third-party developers by announcing plans to shift one of its highly touted platforms to the public cloud.
Goldman CEO David Solomon said on Tuesday that the Marquee platform — a set of tools allowing developers to tap into the bank’s pricing feeds, analytics, and trading functions — would migrate to Amazon Web Services.
Speaking at an annual AWS conference in Las Vegas called …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Finance