HPE has successfully migrated Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative Bank Limited (APCOB) and Telangana State Co-operative Apex Bank Limited (TSCAB) from their traditional storage infrastructure to the HPE 3PAR platform. This will enable customers to experience faster and seamless transactions through the banks’ Internet and mobile banking applications.
Recently, as part of their hardware refresh process, both APCOB and TSCAB decided to replace their Unix-based systems with x86-based HPE servers to ensure predictable performance and easier hardware management. Additionally, the banks were exploring storage solutions, which could enable them to better utilize rack space in their respective data centers and run applications seamlessly with minimum downtime to deliver smoother and faster online transactions to customers.
“Resilience, security and agility are absolutely essential for banks to ensure they are able to offer an exceptional customer experience,” said Som Satsangi, Managing Director, HPE India. “HPE 3PAR offers financial institutes like APCOB and TSCAB a flexible storage platform with the agility needed to keep pace with their growing business demands and high standards. The newly announced AI functionality of HPE InfoSight means 3PAR solutions will be equipped to drive even higher levels of application availability, and application automation in on-premise infrastructure for increased productivity and efficiency. For APCOB and TSCAB we’ve been able to deliver significant flexibility and performance to their data center infrastructure through HPE 3PAR.”
The HPE 3PAR StoreServ 8000 family delivers the performance advantages of a purpose-built, flash-optimized architecture without compromising resiliency, data services, or data mobility. It also enables the organizations to reduce their data center footprint.
HPE 3PAR features a highly virtualized design that abstracts physical media, whether it’s spinning disks or flash media, from the data layer. This allows it to take an unprecedented approach to storage where the architecture isn’t designed around specific types of storage medium, allowing it to adapt to any type of underlying storage.