Banking Architecture

Founded by Siddharth Udani
Group founded 04 Sep 2008
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A community for discussing the latest happenings in banking IT. Credit Crunch impacting Risk Systems overall, revamp of mortgage backed securities, payment transformations, include business, technology, data and systems architecture capturing IT trends, 'what to dos?' concerning design of systems.

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Konstantin Rabin

Brexit’s danger to bank bonds in EU and UK

We have all had it by discussing all of the issues that come with Brexit. There have been more delays in the final decision on Brexit than we can account for and, at this point, the people cannot help...

23 May 2019
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Why the financial industry needs to change tack and focus on the basics

IT spending is at an all time high; continuing to grow at a rapid rate, it’s estimated that $103 billion will be dished out in 2019. This may seem like a good thing, more spend on security automatical...

02 Apr 2019
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Cashless society and legacy technology; a perfect storm.

In response to the recently published article by The Guardian , “UK cash system ‘on the verge of collapse’, report finds” - a writeup of an independent report called the Access to Cash Review - it i...

13 Mar 2019
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What event are you waiting for?

In one of my previous articles, the Hollywood Principle, I introduced the concept of an event-driven architecture. This is a popular distributed asynchronous architecture pattern used to produce hig

14 Dec 2018
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Five DevOps trends for 2019

DevOps as an approach to software development has become widely established over the last nine years. Bringing the development and IT operations functions together has brought many benefits in the for...

12 Dec 2018
René Haeberlin

Legacy systems are a pain in the bank

Banks today are no strangers to wake-up calls. They come thick and fast in trade journals. They frame the digital transformation discussion. They resonate with traditional banks, especially when they...

26 Oct 2018
Andrew Beatty

The Clean Slate approach to Banking

Both in life and in banking technology, few have the luxury to start over with a clean slate. Banks usually have to build upon the investments (and mistakes) of prior years. Banks built their entire b...

25 Oct 2018
Andrew Beatty

The Tortoise and The Hare: Digital Banking Transformation

This widely known fabled story can serve as an excellent primer for examining the pros and cons of seemingly opposing forces in a familiar format utilizing a compare and contrast context. There certai...

20 Sep 2018
Bob Lyddon

Another week at New Payment System Operator and another I cannot BELIEVE it moment or three

New Payment System Operator never fails to disappoint in terms of its governance and processes. Three Victor Meldrew moments in one week – that is a new record. Firstly we have an announcement that Lo...

14 Sep 2018
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Making Coffee - to explain APIs and Domains

I was invited to a meeting recently, to explain APIs and why they are important for our digital blueprint. I had no idea who the audience was nor their level of understanding of the basics of APIs. S

11 Sep 2018
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The Hollywood Principle

Inversion of Control: Don't call us, we'll call you. Remember when you were a child, going on a long trip with your parents. Remember the frustration; “Are we there yet?”, “Are we there yet?” Now, as

09 Sep 2018
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The Butterfly Effect

We are currently doing some domain driven design to understand our primary business domains and identify the appropriate core APIs required. This is an exciting yet daunting time - some domains look

06 Sep 2018

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