How HDFC Securities Gains 3x Throughput Performance, Executes Online Trades Up to 60% Faster, and Cuts Data Center Costs
By kgee on Dec 18, 2013
Oracle SuperCluster has been sold in over 30 countries across a wide range of industries including Financial, Telecommunications, Government, Oil and Gas, Retail, and to Hosting Services Providers. Over half of these Oracle SuperCluster implementations replaced existing HP and IBM infrastructure.
Many customers are also opting to implement Oracle SuperCluster as brand new architectures due to the simplicity of the Oracle engineered, integrated, and optimized system that includes SPARC T5 or M6 compute nodes, Exadata Storage Servers, and ZFS storage, all connected through a high-speed Infiniband interconnect. Oracle SuperCluster installation time is greatly reduced from weeks and months to as short as 25 days, which significantly reduces overall implementation costs and gets applications up and running faster, leading to quicker production-level deployment of applications.
Hear what HDFC Securities said about Oracle SuperCluster (here):
"Oracle SuperCluster was the obvious choice for our time-sensitive business, as it offers extreme performance, has no single point of failure, delivers single-vendor support, and provides the highest level of efficiency for our online trading platform where 100% up-time is essential. We saw a three-fold improvement in throughput performance, increased the speed of online trading by up to 60%, produced reports 67% faster, improved risk management, and cut data center costs."
–Vivek Joshi, CTO, HDFC Securities
Other Oracle SuperCluster customers include:
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Christine Kipp (email@example.com) is a Principal Product Manager at Oracle. She has 20 years' experience with Solaris/UNIX working for Oracle and Sun Microsystems, managing high-end super computing and networking technology. She launched the highest performance Oracle SuperCluster Engineered System to market, and meets with customers to articulate technology and implementations of Oracle SPARC and Exadata, which are engineered and integrated for optimal performance on Oracle software.