Refinitiv Real-Time SDK - CSharp
Refinitiv Real-Time SDK - CSharp using .NET Core Edition
This is the Refinitiv Real-Time SDK (RTSDK), formerly known as Elektron SDK (ESDK). This SDK encompasses these open source Real-Time APIs: Enterprise Message API (EMA) and Enterprise Transport API (ETA). This SDK is available for download in the download section and contains pre-built libraries on support platforms and compilers. This SDK is also availble on GitHub with instructions to build the libraries.
Enterprise Transport API
The Enterprise Transport API (ETA) is the open source, high performance, low latency, foundation of the Refinitiv Real-Time SDK. Note that the Enterprise Transport API is the rebranded version of the Elektron Transport API, which itself was formerly known as the Ultra Performance API (UPA). ETA allows applications to achieve the highest throughput, lowest latency, low memory utilization, and low CPU utilization when publishing or consuming content. All Open Message Model (OMM) content and domain models are available through the Enterprise Transport API. Applications may be written to the core transport level (RSSL) which implements the Refinitiv Wire Format (RWF), or, to the Value-Add Reactor layer, and, may optionally make use of Watchlist feature-set.
The Transport API is used by Refinitiv Real-Time (formerly Elektron) and Refinitiv Real-Time -- Optimized (formerly Elektron Real-Time Cloud) for the optimal distribution of OMM/RWF data. All interfaces in ETA are the same as their corresponding interfaces in UPA (same name, same parameter sets) and the transport and codec are fully wire compatible.
Enterprise Message API
The Enterprise Message API is a open source, data-neutral, multi-threaded, ease-of-use API providing access to OMM and RWF data. As part of the Refinitiv Real-Time Software Development Kit, or RTSDK, the Enterprise Message API allows applications to consume and provide Open Message Model data at the message level of the API stack. The message level API is written to Enterprise Transport API and makes full use of its transports, codec, messages, Value-Add Reactor layer and Watchlist features.
For details on future features please view roadmap.