Nasdaq offers multiple deployment options to best fit the needs of your organization, including self-hosted, managed service, and surveillance as a service. Each of the deployment options are detailed below.
Self-Hosted: In this approach the solution is deployed and operated in your environment. This can be either on your own hardware or on a third-party cloud or hosting provider.
Managed Service: In this approach the hosting and operation is handled by Nasdaq. There are two options for hosting – cloud-based or via Nasdaq’s data center. The Managed Service offering allows a similar level of bespoke solution flexibility as the self-hosted approach, the difference being that Nasdaq is hosting and operating.
Surveillance as a Service: This is similar to the Managed Service offering. However, in this deployment method, Nasdaq offers standard architecture, alerting, reporting, and modules. This is a more streamlined approach which allows lower implementation cost and faster time to market, but with less customizability.