Major Australian Bank Achieves a 4x Faster Recovery Time Objective for Its “SWIFT” Payment Platform using Veritas InfoScale™ Enterprise

A major Australian bank needed to maximize the availability of SWIFT, a platform that transfers as much as US$713 billion per day between the region’s banks.


The IT team deployed Veritas InfoScale Enterprise because of its cross-platform ability to automate failover of complex multi-tiered business services.


Enabled a 4x faster recovery time objective, automated and repeatable site-to-site failovers, and a projected 100 percent payback in the first few minutes of production failover.

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