This is the second open source release from the bank, after it made parts of its Autobahn platform public last year.
This code, named Waltz, lets firms bring together information about its applications and which data it pulls from all across its technology footprint globally. It categorizes the applications by determining the country it serves, products it trades, legal entities it reports to and other queries so banks have a clearer picture of the applications it has and what data it ingests.
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