A revisit of our former CTO Arnaud Bailly’s post on Capital Match’s
architecture: what has changed and what has not, and with new reflections.
It has been nearly two years since our former CTO Arnaud Bailly posted his widely read article on Capital Match’s architecture on November 16, 2015. Since then, we have written about our architecture several times, but they were all were intended for an audience of investors or business people, which necessarily means a high concentration of buzzwords, fancy graphics with impressive-looking diagrams and flow charts, but with a dearth of actual technical details. Today, however, I will write about Capital Match’s architecture for a technical audience. I will largely follow the structure of the original post so it helps to read that post first.