The transition to ADB helped Touch Bank to significantly reduce the TCO of the analytical DBMS. After migration to the ADB database, the bank retained the level of reliability and availability of the service, which was fixed during the cooperation with the Pivotal company, during its stay in the Russian market.
Touch Bank is one of the largest online banks without branches in the world. Like any high-tech business, online banking is tied to working with data. The ability to timely receive, store and process large amounts of data directly affects the quality of service and customer satisfaction. In 2014, the bank purchased the Pivotal Greenplum relational database system, one of the leading cluster solutions for analytical tasks. After the departure of the company’s Pivotal to the Russian market and opened the Greenplum source code under the Apache 2.0 license, the bank was faced with the issue of further technical support for the DBMS and its migration to new versions. These tasks were successfully solved by Arenadata.
“Cooperation with Arenadata and migration to the ADB allowed us to significantly reduce the TCO of the analytical DBMS, while ensuring the specified levels of reliability and availability of the service. Our technical experts appreciated the ease of administration and technical support of Arenadata. Our team really liked that only open-source components are used for administration and monitoring,” – Sergey Avilochkin, Head of Data Warehouse Systems Development, Touch Bank.