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By apacciooutlook | Monday, June 01, 2015
ING Vysya Bank Ltd. will have a hassle-free computer storage and data management for the coming 5-7 years with the aid of NetApp’s Fas 8000 storage system which will not only solve the storage problem but also make ING Vysya perform faster and better. ING Vysya is a privately-owned multinational bank with retail, wholesale and private banking platforms.
With data size and amount getting increased everyday, storage capacity has become a predicament everywhere. Even the market conditions are evolving on a regular scale. Judging NetApp’s storage facility service, ING has selected NetApp’s storage system for fulfilling all the necessary details, capacity and connectivity to meet the demands of the evolving market conditions.
About ING Vysya’s merging with NetApp Aniruddha Paul, CIO, ING Vysya Bank commented, “We are proud to be the first core banking application in India to be hosted on NetApp. With NetApp’s FAS storage series, we can leverage our core banking system (CBS) to provide innovative products to customers while improving performance by 60 percent immediately. It also reduced our batch processing time by 100 percent, significantly improving business agility, system uptime, resulting in greater customer satisfaction.”
NetApp is a data management and computer storage company which with its FAS storage system is helping ING to deliver online and mobile banking services to more than 2,000,000 customers across the country. NetApp’s FAS storage system had optimized memory and I/O bandwidth. NetApp’s FAS 8000 provides an enterprise storage solution which helps in accelerating resource-intensive applications with hybrid flash arrays that give more than 2.6M IOPs of flash-integrated, low-latency performance and hence enhances the business agility.
Sandeep Kaul, Head-IT Infrastructure of ING Vysya Bank talked about how it is working with NetApp, “NetApp provided us with - enough flexibility, a wide array of software with varied functionality and the confidence that we can leverage the storage infrastructure on a wider platform, in terms of the number of applications it can support efficiently.”
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