The network hierarchy supports a multi-exchange, multi-market, and multi-mine deployment, and tasks are organized by those criteria.

Before diving into the workings of each of the operations that you may define and control from within the Network hierarchy, it is worth pointing out a certain commonality among them.

Because Superalgos supports deploying data mining and trading operations on multiple exchanges, multiple markets, and using bots originating in multiple data and trading mines, the organization of the different data structures under the network node follows the same pattern in each of them:

Type of operation > Exchange Reference > Market Reference > Mine involved in the operation.

For example, this is the data structure under data mining:

Data Mining

Exchange Data Tasks

Market Data Tasks

Data Mine Tasks

Notice how the pattern repeats under the testing environment node:

Testing Environment

Exchange Trading Tasks

Market Trading Tasks

Trading Mine Tasks

The production environment is virtually the same:

Production Environment

Exchange Trading Tasks

Market Trading Tasks

Trading Mine Tasks

The case of data storage is slightly different because there is a split in the structure into data mines data and trading mines data; however, each of the resulting structures of nodes bare a similarity with the organizational criteria explained above:

Data Storage

Data Mines Data

Exchange Data Products

Market Data Products

Data Mine Products

Trading Mines Data

Exchange Trading Products

Market Trading Products

Session Reference

This kind of organization helps keeping a logical grouping of tasks, and helps avoid mixing up tasks from different exchanges, markets, or mines.