Oracle's SPARC T7-1 servers running Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Release 12 along with Oracle Database 12c Enterprise Edition with Oracle Real Application Clusters on Oracle Solaris 11 produced record results for two processor solutions.
Two SPARC T7-1 servers each running Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Release 12 (v 12.0.1) and Oracle Real Application Clusters 12c database on Oracle Solaris 11 achieved record End of Year batch processing of 25 million accounts with 200 branches in 4 hrs 34 minutes (total of two processors).
A single SPARC T7-1 server running Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Release 12 processing 100 branches was able to complete the workload in similar time as the two node 200 branches End of Year workload, demonstrating good scaling of the application.
The customer representative workload for all 25 million accounts included saving accounts, current accounts, loans and TD accounts were created on the basis 25 million Customer IDs with 200 branches.
Oracle's SPARC M7 and T7 Servers running Oracle Solaris 11 with built-in Silicon Secured Memory with Oracle Database 12c can benefit global retail and corporate financial institutions who are running Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Release 12. The uniquely co-engineered Oracle software and hardware unlock unique agile capabilities demanded by modern business environments.
The SPARC T7-1 system and Oracle Solaris are able to provide a combination of uniquely essential characteristics that resonate with core values for a modern financial services institution.
The SPARC M7 processor based systems are capable of delivering higher performance and lower total cost of ownership (TCO) than older SPARC infrastructure, without introducing the unseen tax and risk of migrating applications away from older SPARC systems.
|Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Release 12
End of Year Batch Processing
|System||Branches||Time in Minutes|
|2 x SPARC T7-1||200||274 (min)|
|1 x SPARC T7-1||100||268 (min)|
Systems Under Test:
The Oracle FLEXCUBE Universal Banking Release 12 benchmark models an actual customer bank with End of Cycle transaction batch jobs which typically execute during non-banking hours. This benchmark includes accrual for savings and term deposit accounts, interest capitalization for saving accounts, interest pay out for term deposit accounts and consumer load processing.
This benchmark helps banks refine their infrastructure requirements for the volumes and scale of operations for business expansion. The end of cycle can be year, month or day, with year having the most processing followed by month and then day.
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