Building on what Jamie said, the features that are available in backtesting are also available in Zipline, excluding pricing and volume data. If you build your own data bundle of futures data, you can run backtests locally. There is more information on writing new data bundles here, which should then allow you to ingest your own futures data. You can see how to get started with Zipline by looking at the README file on GitHub as well!
We also have a mailing list where users of Zipline chat about what they're using zipline for, ask questions, and occasionally we'll make announcements on releases or significant changes to Zipline.
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