HPE Accelerates All-Flash Data Center Adoption across State Co-operative Banks in India

Enables Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative Bank and Telangana State Co-operative Apex Bank to run applications seamlessly

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced that it has successfully migrated Andhra Pradesh State Co-operative Bank Ltd (APCOB) and Telangana State Co-operative Apex Bank Ltd (TSCAB) from their traditional storage infrastructure to the HPE 3PAR platform.

This will enable customers to experience faster and seamless transactions through the banks’ Internet and mobile banking applications.

APCOB and TSCAB are scheduled banks committed to rural and agriculture development through their vast network of cooperatives across the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, respectively.

Recently, as part of their hardware refresh process, both APCOB and TSCAB decided to replace their Unix-based systems with x86-based HPE servers to ensure predictable performance and easier hardware management. Additionally, the banks were exploring storage solutions, which could enable them to better utilize rack space in their respective data centers and run applications seamlessly with minimum downtime to deliver smoother and faster online transactions to customers.

After evaluating multiple options, APCOB and TSCAB selected HPE 3PAR StoreServ 8450 to modernize their data centers. These storage systems which guarantee six-nines data availability, are designed to handle unpredictable workloads effortlessly.

Moreover, the recently introduced predictive support automation for HPE 3PAR with HPE InfoSight, the industry’s most experienced AI for the data center, enables prediction and prevention of infrastructure problems before they happen, thereby driving even higher levels of application availability for HPE 3PAR environments.

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