The software company EUVIC has developed a portal which enables business customers' credit requests to be processed interactively and at a considerably faster rate. Since customer data is particularly sensitive, the renowned software company used the Open Telekom Cloud to develop and operate the credit portal. "T-Systems' servers are located in highly secure, multi-certified data centers in Germany," says Daniel Piecha of EUVIC. With the cloud solution, the Landesbank meets the strict regulations of the financial supervisory authority and the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Only authorized employees of the bank have unencrypted access to the data in the system. In addition, a neutral third party company reviewed the security concept and certified the cloud solution – after a penetration test – as having a very high level of security.
Our developers were able to quickly familiarize themselves with the Open Telekom Cloud, so they really appreciate the solution.
Banking and the cloud – for a long time they did not seem to go together. But an increasing number of financial institutions have come to see the cloud as a pioneer for flexibility, agility, and innovation. With a new B2B credit portal from the cloud, Landesbank SaarLB now wants to offer its business customers better service – and at the same time provide optimum protection for customer data. And that's why service provider EUVIC uses the Open Telekom Cloud for the portal.
The credit portal was ready for use in just four months. Now EUVIC is gradually expanding the credit portal with additional components. Based on Kubernetes, the Cloud Container Engine (CCE) within the Open Telekom Cloud supports them in this. "A great tool that helps us with the development, testing, operation, and maintenance of the applications," says Daniel Piecha. This enables developers to set up, deploy, cluster, and scale cloud containers automatically, quickly, and easily.