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Case study: state owned bank

Architecture and design of a multivendor storage area network

Abstract

This institution is responsible for the regulation of money exchange for Banks.

Challenge

The never ending growth in data consumption, combined with an impressive number of various servers (NT, Unix, SUN, AS400) led our client to completely rethink their IT Infrastructure and to consolidate their mass storage to a primary Storage Area Network. The bank absolutely insisted on having a vendor independent opinion and asked Deloitte to design the ideal architecture, set up the RFI, analyse the RFP’s and assist the Bank with the final choice

Approach

  • >Audit of the client’s entire architecture, including network, servers and banking applications.
  • Design a completely redundant Storage Area network, integrated into an existing disaster recovery plan.
  • Edit RFI and submit RFP to the main vendors.
  • Evaluate the proposals and fine tune the architectural work of the SAN.
  • Assist the client in the implementation phase.

Solution

Deloitte provided a vendor independent design, taking into consideration all technical aspects, as well as Client’s Budget limitations, future growth, security aspects and TCO.

 

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