Day 1 3a Core Banking

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Core Banking Systems Using Microsoft Technology: 

Core Banking Systems Using Microsoft Technology Brian Jackson Banking Technology Strategist Microsoft Corporation

Agenda: 

Agenda

Market Overview: 

Market Overview

Market Overview: 

Market Overview Forrester - Banking Platform Renewal: Sizing the Market – 11 Oct 2005

Core System Modernization: 

Core System Modernization

What Is Modernization?: 

What Is Modernization?

Who Is Modernizing?: 

Who Is Modernizing? Source: http://www.ibspublishing.com/free_to_view/sales_league_table_15.6_chart1.htm

Why Modernize?: 

Why Modernize? SAP/Accenture study: http://www.sap.com/industries/banking/pdf/BWP_Core_Banking_Survey.pdf

Approach to Core Banking: 

Approach to Core Banking

Common Strategy: 

Common Strategy “Big bang” replacement too risky for all but the smallest (or de novo) financial institutions Use the Microsoft platform to perform a phased update of core systems Phases can be defined By business function By architectural tier Or both

Project Approach: 

Project Approach

Customer Information File: 

Customer Information File Aim for a free-standing CIF that doesn’t “belong” to a particular product line or channel Consolidated  Single source of truth Reality True consolidation is very difficult “Virtual” consolidation in the middle tier generally more achievable

Functional Phases: Example: 

Functional Phases: Example

Architectural Phases: Example: 

Architectural Phases: Example

Detailed Example: 

Detailed Example

Current System Architecture: 

Current System Architecture

Step One: Wrap and Reuse: 

Step One: Wrap and Reuse

Step One: Wrap and Reuse: 

Step One: Wrap and Reuse

Step Two: Legacy Migration: 

Step Two: Legacy Migration

Step Three: Loose Coupling to CIF: 

Step Three: Loose Coupling to CIF

Subsequent Phases: 

Subsequent Phases

Summary: 

Summary

Platform Capabilities: 

Platform Capabilities

Integration Options: 

Integration Options BizTalk Server (BTS) Host Integration Server (HIS) SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) SQL Service Broker (SSB) Microsoft Message Queue (MSMQ) Web Services Enhancements (WSE), COM+, Enterprise Services, .NET Remoting, .ASMX

Unified Programming Model: 

Interop with other platforms ASMX Attribute- Based Programming Enterprise Services WS-* Protocol Support WSE Message- Oriented Programming System.Messaging Extensibility Location transparency .NET Remoting Unified Programming Model

Managing complexity: 

Managing complexity Complexity of requirements Complexity of solution Custom solution Scenario 1 Scenario 2 Scenario 3

Security issues and fixes in Oracle 8, 9 and 10 since December 2000 to November 2006.: 

Security issues and fixes in Oracle 8, 9 and 10 since December 2000 to November 2006. Based upon public information Compiled by NGSSoftware Insight Security Research (NISR)

Security issues and fixes in SQL Server 7, 2000 and 2005 since December 2000 to November 2006.: 

Security issues and fixes in SQL Server 7, 2000 and 2005 since December 2000 to November 2006. Based upon public information Compiled by NGSSoftware Insight Security Research (NISR)

Current Release Comparison: 

Current Release Comparison Oracle 10g Release 2 SQL Server 2005 Based upon public information Compiled by NGSSoftware Insight Security Research (NISR)

Global ISV Partners: 

Global ISV Partners

Global ISV Partners: 

Global ISV Partners

Global ISV Partners: 

Global ISV Partners

Global ISV Partners: 

Global ISV Partners

Regional ISV Partners: 

Regional ISV Partners

Core Banking: Case Studies: 

Core Banking: Case Studies Up to 71x faster transaction processing using 64 bit Windows Maintained compatibility with existing systems

Core Banking: Case Studies: 

Core Banking: Case Studies Rapid time-to-market Superior Total Cost of Ownership

Core Banking: Case Studies: 

Core Banking: Case Studies Increased flexibility and faster time-to-market Lower TCO using world-class partner system

Slide39: 

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