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Anton Aalders

Principal Architect - Enterprise Technology

Westpac Banking Corporation

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Westpac Banking Corporation

Westpac Place Level 31 275 Kent Str

Sydney, New South Wales,2000

Australia

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We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from our Sydney base at La Perouse and 7 days a week during daylight hours at Moruya Airport on the NSW south coast. Funding is provided through the Westpac Banking Corporation sponsorship, the NSW Government, other fun...more

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Principal enterprise architect, Anton Aalders, says the bank will move into a new data centre in 2015 which will be almost entirely virtualised in terms of both computing and storage.
Westpac NZ has also virtualised its data using Actifio, enabling faster staging of testing services. The next area of investigation is software-defined networking using Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure. Aalders says the march to virtualisation was driven initially by the desire to move from legacy data centres without dragging across aging infrastructure. The new data centre will operate as a private cloud, with pattern-based deployment and automation. "The business case was really 'let's not buy 50 boxes, lets buy three or four'," he says. "And we wanted to get some agility, we wanted to have the capability to ratchet up, ratchet down, and resize. "More and more people are starting to understand a cloud isn't a managed service, it actually is something that is pretty agile and pretty flexible, and they are starting to want some of that. And the legacy IT guys are finding that if they can't deliver it and don't do it for their organisation, the organisation is going to do it around them." However, Aalders says the true benefit of virtualisation in terms of business agility is not always easy to measure. "Sometimes it is hard to quantify the agility, especially when the technology largely can do it, but people can't adopt the process to get the agility," he comments.


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