Data Centre migration

Euronext Data Centre and related Colocation services migration from Basildon, UK, to the Aruba Global Cloud Data Centre IT3 in Bergamo, Italy, on 6 June 2022.

Regulatory approval has been provided on 2 June 2022, to Euronext for the planned Data Centre migration. Formal Go Live decision has been confirmed to 6 June 2022 for the migration of Euronext’s market applications and colocation services from its current Data Centre in Basildon, UK, to the Aruba Global Cloud Data Centre IT3 in Bergamo, Italy.

Final Go-Live preparation session in the Production environment has been scheduled to Saturday 4 June 2022. Members are invited to participate, starting from 12:00 CEST, to confirm successful connection to the Production Data Centre in Bergamo.

The move is in response to multiple factors, including the acquisition of Borsa Italiana Group, the dynamic created by Brexit and a strong rationale to locate a Data Centre in a country where Euronext operates a large business. 

The Aruba Data Centre meets the highest quality standards (Rating 4 certification), provides the maximum level of safety and resilience, and is 100% powered by renewable energy, enabling to significantly reduce Euronext's environmental impact. Euronext will operate a state-of-the-art Colocation facility available to members and non-members.

The scope of the migration will cover Luxembourg Stock Exchange markets together with all Euronext Cash and Derivatives Markets.
Members and Info Vendors of the Luxembourg Stock Exchange will need to be able to connect to the new Data Centre in order to be able to access the market trading platform (Optiq), Saturn, Trade Confirmation System (TCS) Web, End of Day services and Plug Web.

All relevant information related the migration will be available from the Euronext Data Centre Migration webpage on the following links:

LuxSE will reconfirm the Go Live decision at the end of the day via e-mail to all members and Info Vendors upon the completion of the Go-Live Weekend schedule.

Contact us

Guy Weymeschkirch

Head of Markets & Surveillance

+352 47 79 36 236

Markets & Surveillance Department

+352 47 79 36 200