We currently have SSL(MarketFeed) consumer application on Linux developed using older version of RFA C++. Approximately real-time data for 50K~60K RICs are consumed/processed by the application. As the volumes have increased, we are seeing an increase in the peak utilization of the bandwidth b/w the application and ADS(Peak usage for few mins at various times of day is 600Mb~700Mb out of total bandwidth of 1G).
We are investigating the possibility of migrating to RSSL(OMM) to prevent hitting the max bandwidth usage.
--Are there any real stats available to show what is the reduction in message size of updates if using RSSL(OMM)?
--By how much can the bandwidth util be reduced with RSSL(OMM) ?