Published on 26 Jul 2012
“ We’ve realized a 20 - 40 percent increase in database performance and 40 - 50 percent increase in DBA productivity with our latest DB2 upgrade. ”
Mr. Jitendra Ravetkar, IT Head, Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd., Pune
Janata Sahakari Bank Ltd., Pune
Infrasoft Technologies Limited
As JSBL, Pune implemented its core banking system for online banking and related back office processes, performance and availability of the underlying infrastructure was critical as any outages or delays could be visible to customers and lead to customer dissatisfaction. Through its work with IBM Business Partner, Infrasoft Technologies, and use of IBM hardware, software and middleware, the bank reduced downtime by nearly 99.9 percent and can now deliver near real-time data for management information server reports.
JSBL, Pune sought to implement a core banking system for online banking and related back office processes, such as fund transfers. Performance and availability of the underlying infrastructure was critical as any outages or delays could be visible to customers and lead to customer dissatisfaction.
InfrasoftTech helped the bank implement its OMNIEnterprise core banking solution on an integrated, optimized platform from IBM, including hardware, software and middleware. The bank selected IBM DB2® over Oracle Database due to its exceptional performance and scalability, and lower licensing costs. DB2 HADR provided bank managers with near real-time data for MIS reports and reduced system downtime from 8 - 12 hours to less than 60 seconds.
Improved performance by 20 - 40 percent and increased DBA productivity by 40 - 50 percent with DB2 upgrade Provided near real-time data for MIS reports and reduced downtime by nearly 99.9 percent Reclaimed 15 - 20 percent of disk space with data compression
IBM products and services that were used in this case study.
DB2 Workgroup Server Edition, Tivoli System Automation for Multiplatforms
Power Systems, Storage
Software Services for Information Management
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