Temenos Optimized for Oracle

Temenos,  a  provider of banking software for the financial services industry, has  announced that Temenos T24 (JAVA) release 13 has achieved Oracle Exadata Optimized and Oracle Exalogic Optimized status through Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN).  The release also supports Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Linux.

T24, was developed using a complete service-oriented architecture (SOA) that is modular and is deployed and integrated with the functionality needed for banks.

Oracle Exadata delivers extreme performance and is the ideal database platform for OLTP applications, data warehouses as well as the varied and unpredictable workloads of cloud computing. Temenos also runs on Microsoft and IBM platforms.

“Temenos remains committed to offering the best platform support and performance across all the main commercial computing platforms,” said Martin Bailey, Temenos product director. “We work closely with our technology partners to optimize our solution for each stack.”

T24 was optimized for Oracle Exadata and Oracle Exalogic. The test results exceeded 1,500 transactions per second with a 500k customer and 500k account database. In addition, the executed end of month processing was under 30 minutes on a pure Java application.

Temenos will be speaking about ““Oracle Exastack at Oracle OpenWorld, San Francisco in September. Visit www.oracle.com/openworld for more information.

“Oracle Exastack Optimized recognizes partners who have optimized their solutions on a complete, integrated and cloud-ready infrastructure in order to help them accelerate innovation, unlock new features and functionality, and deliver superior value to users,” said Chris Baker, Senior Vice President, Worldwide ISV and OEM Sales, Oracle. “By achieving Oracle Exadata Optimized and Oracle Exalogic Optimized status, Temenos has demonstrated T24 is tested and tuned to work with Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud to help deliver optimum performance, scalability, and reliability to their customers.”

About Tom Groenfeldt

I write - mostly about finance and technology, sometimes about art, occasionally about politics and the intersection of politics and economics. My work appears on Forbes.com and and occasionally in The American Banker and Banking Technology in London.
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