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TREP Core training (13)

  • DACS Administration
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    This course will enable customers to understand how to use the administrative features of DACS and to manage exchange fee costs by controlling access to data on TREP (Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform). The training course will be provided on the latest DACS Version unless otherwise more specified by the customer. <b>At the end of this course delegates will be able to:</b> - Describe the concepts of TREP (Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform) - Permission users for access to TREP services, products and exchanges - Perform weekly maintenance of the database (map collect) - Add new users, products and exchanges to the database - Amend details for users and their permission level <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: Jayshri.Saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Roles and responsibilities of the DACS administrator - DACS components, operation function of the DACS user interface - Checking and updating the system - Permission sets and filters - Usage data and learning mode - Database functions - Running DACS reports - Compliance overview from Data Compliance Consultant - Advanced Features such as open permissioning, subject base permissioning etc - Use of the DACS On Demand premium feature can also be included in this course if required

  • DACS 6.x Administration (Course Outline) View description

    DACS 6.x Administration (Course Outline)

  • Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP): Concepts & Maintenance
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    This course will introduce participants to the Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform components that are responsible for the distribution of data on the client site through the use of instructor led learning and hands-on exercises.The participant will learn how to stop and start the system and more use the monitor tool to perform basic troubleshooting. This course does not cover installation. <b>At the end of the course, participants should be able to:</b> - Monitor all core TREP components - Start and stop TREP processes - Identify faulty components and take appropriate action - Identify the flow of market data throughTREP - Describe the purpose and interaction of components that make a TREP - Explain the communication protocols used by each of the TREP components - Use the TREP monitoring and maintenance tools to check the system and detect faults <b>Pre-requisites</b> Before attending this course participants - Should be able to demonstrate a familiarity with Solaris or Linux Operating System - Have an understanding of networking concepts <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 2 Days. <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Please refer to supporting documentation for full agenda

  • TREP: Concepts & Maintenance (Course Outline) View description

    TREP: Concepts & Maintenance (Course Outline)

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  • Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP): Concepts, Maintenance & Installation
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    This course will introduce participants to the Thomson Reutersnterprise Platform infrastructure components that are responsible for the distribution of data on the client site through the use of instructor led learning and hands-on exercises. The participant will learn how to stop and start the more system and use the monitor tool to perform basic troubleshooting. This course focuses on the installation and configuration of the core infrastructure components of TREP (ADH and ADS). <b>Pre-requisites</b> Before attending this course participants - Should be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of the Solaris or Linux Operating Systems. - Have an understanding of networking concepts <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day <b>Duration:</b> 3 Days <b>UK Client Technical Training</b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: Jayshri.Saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Monitor all core TREP components - Start and stop TREP processes - Identify faulty components and take appropriate action - Identify the flow of market data through TREP - Describe the purpose and interaction of components that make a TREP - Explain the communication protocols used by each of the TREP components - Use the TREP monitoring and maintenance tools to check the system and detect faults - Configure the Linux and Solaris OS and configure the environment to support TREP - Use the Installation and Configuration Utilities (TICU) to build a basic TREP system

  • TREP: Concepts Maintenance & Installation (Course Outline) View description

    TREP: Concepts Maintenance & Installation (Course Outline)

  • Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP): Advanced Features and Capabilities Part 1
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    The course explores the capabilities of the Advanced distribution Hub and Server components and will include sections on configuration, monitoring and maintenance through the use of hands on exercises. Participants will learn how to use advanced troubleshooting tools through the use of protocol more traces and message analysis. This course also covers cascading components of TREP RT, plus the configuration of DACS components in a cascaded scenario. The training is based on TREP version 2.6 <b>What the course does not cover:</b> - TREP-RT Premium multi-threading features or performance tuning. <b>Prerequisites:</b> - Completed TREP: Concepts, Installation and Maintenance course or already be competent at installing and configuring basic TREP components <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 3 Days <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Troubleshooting Tools Advanced - Load Balancing Advanced - Source Mirroring Advanced - Market Data Hub Advanced - ADS Cascaded Configurations - ADH Cascaded Configurations - Data Access Control Systems (including WAN)

  • TREP: Advanced Features and Capabilities Part 1 (Course Outline) View description

    TREP: Advanced Features and Capabilities Part 1 (Course Outline)

  • ATS Functional Administration
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    This course will enable customers to understand and use the functional features of ATS version 1.5.x. <b>At the end of this course delegates will be able to:</b> - Understand the Use Cases for ATS - Create Contribution and Real Time records via the ATS Webui - Define field more expressions using IREF[] and simple calculations - Understand data organisation within ATS webUI - Manage ATS users and groups - Create ATS models and records from models - Create a record parsed from a page - Use ATS field expression functions such as: Conditional Mathematical String Manipulation INDIRECT Date and Time, Statistical Arrays Adfin - Create an ATS Yield Curve - Use ATS Contribution Commands to create and modify records - Understand how ATS can be integrated with DACS to manage content based permissions <b>Pre-requisites</b> - Knowledge of Market Data. - Use of Eikon and Eikon for Excel - No knowledge of ATS Technical Installation and Configuration required. The training will be carried out on a pre-configured ATS and TREP system <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day <b>Duration:</b> 1 Day <b>UK Client Technical Training</b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Please refer to supporting documentation for full agenda

  • ATS Technical Installation and Configuration
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    This course will enable customers to install, configure and maintain an Advanced Transformation Server (ATS). <b>At the end of this course delegates will be able to:</b> - Understand the purpose of ATS - Install an ATS in Standalone mode - Install the ATS WebUI - Understand how more to monitor the status of an ATS - Configure ATS Business Units - Install ATS in Resilient Force Replication Mode - Install ATS in Resilient Global Synchronisation Mode - Understand how the WPG can be used with ATS in Resilient Global Synchronisation Mode - Migrate DTS files to an ATS - Understand the purpose of each ATS data dictionary file and know how to locate them and back up - Enable an ATS for integration with DACS - Implement DACS Content Based Entitlement for ATS - Configure and test VPI for ATS - Understand the new features of ATS1.5. <b>Pre-requisites</b> - Knowledge of TREP configuration (see TREP Concepts, Installation and Maintenance course). - Use of Eikon and Eikon for Excel. <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day <b>Duration:</b> 2 Days <b>UK Client Technical Training</b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Please refer to supporting documentation

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  • Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP): Concepts
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    This course covers the high level concepts of all the components that make a TREPT system. <b> At the end of the course, participants will be able to:</b> - Describe the features of the Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform. - List the Components of the TREP system. - Describe more the purpose of each component in the TREP system. <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day <b>Duration:</b> 1 Day <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - TREP Introduction - What’s new with ADS/ADH - TREP Client Protocols - Advanced Distribution Server - Market Data Hub - ADH and Source Applications - Source Mirroring - Elektron - Data Access Control System

  • Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP): Advanced Features and Capabilities Part 2
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    This advanced course consists of hands-on exercises to install value-added capabilities to the basic TREP system. It will include sections on configuration, installation, monitoring and maintenance. At the end of this course participants will be able to understand and configure advanced more consumer features including ADS multicast, Publishing features including NIP, PCG and WPG and various QoS features. The training is based on TREP version 2.6. <b>What the course does not cover:</b> - TREP-RT Premium multi-threading features or performance tuning. <b>Prerequisites:</b> - Completed TREP: Installation and Maintenance course or already be competent at installing and configuring basic TREP components. <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 3 Days <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Advanced Consumer Features - ADS Load Balancing and Warm Standby - Publishing - Server Partitioning - Delay Capability - Conflation Capability - Filtering Capability - Quality of Service

  • TREP: Advanced Features and Capabilities Part 2 (Course Outline) View description

    TREP: Advanced Features and Capabilities Part 2 (Course Outline)

API (6)

  • RFA C++ and Reuters Domain Models (RDM)
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    This course provides instruction on programming the RFA C++ OMM consumer interface, combining lecture with practical exercises. <b>At the end of the course, participants will be able to:</b> - Write RFA C++ programs to consume RDM Data from RMDS 6 and RDFD - Understand and more implement the structure and function of various RDMs: * Login * Directory * Dictionary * Market Price * Symbol List <b>What the course does not cover:</b> - Market Data Interfaces - these are covered in the RFA Fundamentals Training course - Publishing Interfaces - Venue-specific RDFD issues <b>Prerequisites:</b> - Candidates will have attended the one day RFA Fundamentals Training course OR - Candidates will have familiarity with programming RFA C++ Market Data Interfaces (i.e. RFA version 5 ) <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 1 Day. <b>UK Client Technical Training</b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: Jayshri.Saparia@reuters.com Course outline: - Please refer to supporting documentation

  • RFA Fundamentals : Reuters Foundation API - C++ Edition
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    This course provides an introduction to RFA and instruction on programming the RFA C++ Market Data subscriber interface, combining lecture with practical exercises. <b>At the end of the course, participants will be able to:</b> - Install and setup the RFA developer kit and compile more applications using Visual Studio. - Understand and Setup the RFA Configuration for SSL, SASS, and RSSL. - Write C++ program code to: * Build the in-memory configuration database * Acquire a Session connection and process events for connection and available services * Subscribe and process Data Dictionary(s) * Subscribe, receive, and process Market Data * Allow a custom client logger to receive and process log messages <b>What the course does not cover:</b> - Market Data Publishing Interfaces - Open Message Model (OMM) Interfaces - see training course RFA C++ and Reuters Domain Models <b>Prerequisites:</b> - Ability to program in C++ - Some familiarity with Reuters Market Data Systems concepts. Awareness of basic Object Orientated Design concepts would be beneficial. <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 1 Day. <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: Jayshri.Saparia@reuters.com Course outline: - To follow

  • RFA Fundamentals : Reuters Foundation API - Java Edition
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    This is a technical course which will introduce participants to the Reuters Foundation API (RFA) concepts and the Java programming interfaces referred to as the Market Data Interface. The Training is provided by means of lecture and hands-on programming exercises. The practical elements of this more course are performed on the Microsoft Windows Platform. <b>At the end of the course, participants will be able to:</b> - Install and setup the RFA Java developer kit and compile RFA applications. - Understand and Setup the RFA Configuration for SSL, SASS. - Write Java program code to: * Acquire a Session connection and process events for connection and available services * Subscribe and process Market Data Events * Parse Market Data Responses <b>What the course does not cover:</b> - Market Data Publishing Interfaces - Open Message Model (OMM) Interfaces - see training course RFA Java and Reuters Domain Models <b>Prerequisites:</b> - Ability to program in Java - Awareness of basic Object Orientated Programming concepts <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 1 Day. <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: Jayshri.Saparia@thomsonreuters.com </HTML> Course outline: - Please refer to supporting documentation

  • RFA Java and Reuters Domain Models (RDM)
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    This course provides instruction on programming the RFA Java OMM consumer interface, combining lecture with practical exercises. <b>At the end of the course, participants will be able to:</b> - Use the RFA OMM consumer interface to write Java applications that consume RDM Data more from RMDS 6 and RDFD - Understand and implement the structure and function of various RDMs: * Login * Directory * Dictionary * Market Price * Symbol List <b>What the course does not cover:</b> - Market Data Interfaces - these are covered in the RFA Fundamentals Training course - User defined OMM data - Publishing or Provider Interfaces - Venue-specific RDFD issues <b>Prerequisites:</b> - Candidates will have attended the one day RFA Fundamentals Training course OR - Candidates will satisfy the RFA Fundamentals Training prerequisites and have familiarity with programming RFA Java Market Data Interfaces. <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 1 Day. <b>UK Client Technical Training</b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@thomsonreuters.com Course outline: - Please refer to supporting documentation

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  • Introduction to Reuters Foundation API (RFA) .NET Edition
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    <b>Content:</b> Combining lecture with practical exercises, this course provides an introduction to RFA and instruction on programming the RFA .NET Open Message Model (OMM) consumer interface in the context of Reuters Data Model (RDM). <b>Prerequisites: </b> Before more attending this course, participants should have: - ability to program in .NET - some familiarity with the Thomson Reuters real time infrastructure TREP-RT (please refer to course Thomson Reuters Enterprise Platform (TREP): Concepts & Maintenance - Awareness of basic Object Oriented Design concepts would be beneficial. <b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. <b>Duration:</b> 2 Days <b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: jayshri.saparia@reuters.com Course outline: - Know how to install and setup RFA in a development environment - Understand the RFA packages and their use - Know the structure of an RFA program - Be able to write consumer applications using the RFA Open Message Model interfaces - Understand the RFA runtime configuration - Understand the structure and function of RDM Data - Know how to write programs to consume RDM Data from TREP-RT. - The course will not cover Publishing or Provider interfaces, custom OMM messages or venue-specific RDF-D topics

  • Developing with the Open DACS API
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    <p>This course consists of lecture and hands-on labs to provide instruction on using the Open DACS C++ programming interface, including those RFA interfaces used by the Open DACS package.</p> <p><b>At the end of the course, participants should be able more to:</b></p> <ul><li>Know how to install Open DACS API.</li> <li>Understand the RFA and OpenDACS packages required to use OpenDACS.</li> <li>Understand the information required by Open DACS.</li> <li>Understand the DACS infrastructure and deployment requirements.</li> <li>Know the structure of an Open DACS program and understand the implementation requirements.</li> <li>Know how to write an Open DACS program.</li></ul></p> <p><b>What the course does not cover:</b> Specific Vendor or Exchange Data Access Compliance issues.</p> <p><b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day.</p> <p><b>UK Client Technical Training </b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: Jayshri.Saparia@reuters.com Course outline: - Please refer to supporting documentation.

Visual Analytics (1)

  • Visual Analytics
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    <p>Using Thomson-Reuters static and streaming data, the course will enable customers to build and maintain dashboards that empower their users to detect, monitor and act-on behaviours and patterns of interest that their technology stacks are not sophisticated enough spot; where the more “human touch” (and intervention) maybe required.</p> <p><b>Prerequisites:</b> <ul><li>Basic understanding of secondary capital markets</li> <li>Basic understanding of Microsoft Excel</li> <li>Basic SQL</li> <li>Basic understanding of network / server topology</li> </ul></p> <p><b>Cost</b> £850 per delegate per day. </p> <b>Duration:</b> 2 Days</p> <p><b>UK Client Technical Training Administrator</b> Jayshri Saparia Tel: 020 7542 2268 Email: Jayshri.Saparia@thomsonreuters.com </HEAD> </HTML> Course outline: - Introduction to Visual Analytics vs Reporting - Overview of Visual Analytics toolkit - Overview of Thomson-Reuters data and sources that can feed Dashboards - Fundamental Concepts required to optimise use of Visual Analytics toolkit - Hands-on building of Dashboards powered by Thomson-Reuters data - Hands-on building of Dashboards using Databases - Hands-on building of Dashboards using Thomson-Reuters’ streaming data sources