HPE powered Infosys Finacle achieves record for transactions

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced that Infosys Finacle Universal Banking Solution (UBS) hosted on HPE infrastructure based on Intel x86 architecture has achieved a new record for business transactions per second (TPS).
HPE for CIOsFinacle UBS achieved an online transaction processing record of 11,441 business TPS and direct channel benchmark of 33,463 average business TPS, according to a benchmarking study by KPMG.

The overall performance obtained during the benchmarking process results from application and database tuning and the combination of middleware, operating system and infrastructure, HPE said.

Nearly 70 percent of the top banks in India leverages Finacle for their technology transformation.

The benchmark validates that Finacle, using HPE infrastructure and Intel Xeon Platform, enables banks to achieve multifold scalability and significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership.

The KPMG benchmarking process was conducted using Finacle 10.2.18, where the web, application, Java and database layers were hosted on HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen9, HPE ProLiant DL560, HPE ProLiant DL380 and HPE Integrity Superdome X with HPE 3PAR all-flash storage respectively.

“The benchmarking results of Finacle on HPE systems demonstrates our investment in innovative high performance and mission critical systems that enable financial institutions to offer secure experience to their customer base,” Vikram K, senior director, Hybrid IT, HPE India, said.

Finacle has demonstrated its reliability in supporting banks to manage increasing transaction volumes at significantly lower costs. The benchmark is a testimony to Finacle’s architectural robustness and performance capabilities,” Sajit Vijayakumar, chief operating officer, Infosys Finacle, said.

“We are working with HPE to set new performance standards, and aiming to address the customer goals of cost savings, efficiency and client base growth for India’s financial services market,” Prakash Mallya, managing director, Sales & Marketing Group, Intel India, said.