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ARC 2013 - Work session - Alliance Portfolio

  1. 1. SWIFT Alliance PortfolioWork sessionAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone21-23 May 2013Alain Drese
  2. 2. African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 2
  3. 3. ARC 2012• Connectivity – and the cost of connectivity – isstill a significant problem in Africa. In aneconomic environment where banks need tobe able to extract the maximum value frominvestments made in the operationalenvironment…• There is a need to standardise integrationsolutions and data, especially in regard to theregional projects that are under way.• The most important thing is to increaseconnectivity across the region – and thatmeans in terms of people and financialinfrastructure. We’ve done well in areas liketelecommunications – we’ve brought in fibre-optics, for example – but we still have much todo in terms of physical and financialinfrastructureAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 3Source : http://www.swift.com/news/events/arc_report
  4. 4. ARC 2013 – Some statisticsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 4SWIFTDestinationsAccess 1301SWIFTDestinationsEntry 179
  5. 5. ARC 2013 – Some statisticsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 5TunisiaRép. Démocratique du CongoTanzaniaEthiopiaComorosCape VerdeMauritaniaUgandaSeychellesDjiboutiSouth AfricaSao Tomé & PrincipeNigeriaLesothoMozambiqueSouth SudanEgyptGuineaSierra LeoneMauritius100Lite Users in Africa
  6. 6. 6SWIFTNet Connectivity for the next 30 monthsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  7. 7. What can change in the next coming monthsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 7Alliance Access/EntryAlliance GatewayAlliance Integrator
  8. 8. What can change in the next coming monthsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 8PaymentsConnectivityApplications
  9. 9. What can change in the next coming monthsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 9
  10. 10. What can change in the next coming monthsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 10SWIFTConnectEverywhere3G / 4G Management platforms to managethese connected devices
  11. 11. What can change in the next coming monthsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 11HSM replacementProgram 2014-2015Alliance Access/EntryAlliance GatewaySWIFTNet Link
  12. 12. What is Alliance Remote Gateway?12AllianceConnectAllianceAccessorAllianceEntryHSMsAllianceGatewayCustomer premisesSWIFTCustomerpremisesCustomer premisesAlliance Remote GatewayBack-officeapplicationsReplace yourGateways,SNLs, HSMsAllianceConnect*African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013* All Alliance Connect versions are supported (Bronze / Silver / Silver+ / Gold), optional internet
  13. 13. What can change in the next coming monthsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 13
  14. 14. What is Alliance Lifeline?14InternetOptional:Alliance ConnectAlliance LifelineHSMInterfaceMV-SIPNConnect to SWIFT viaAlliance LifelineBrowsers@AutoClientPrimary / backup / DR infrastructureat customer siteAlliance Lifelinelight ‘footprint’at customer siteApplicationWhen your main SWIFTconnection becomesunavailableAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  15. 15. Make sure to attend the sessionsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 15Business Continuity &ConnectivityCloud ConnectivityMark BuysseLouise Mostert (EN) Francois Ameguide (FR)
  16. 16. 16Interfaces: Alliance Access, Entry,Gateway in 2013African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  17. 17. Integration PlatformSWIFT ServicesPortfolio of adaptersAlliance on Linux Alliance OperationalReportingReduceTotal Cost ofOwnershipIncreaseValueEaseIntegration withBack officesSWIFT InterfacesHighlights 2013African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013End of LifeOptions17
  18. 18. Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb MarRoadmap 2013 – Latest UpdateQ3’12 Q4’12 Q1’13 Q2’13 Q3’13 Q4’13 Q1’14DeliveredProposalSAA 7.0.50MST201218SAA 7.0.57Operational ReportingIntegration platformSNL 7.0.20Maintenance patchSAG 7.0.20Maintenance patchWeb Platform surveySAA 7.0.60GUI enhancementsFileAct RT enh (drop 1)SAA 7.0.65Alliance Remote GatewayIntegration Platform enhFileAct enh (drop 2)Oper. Reporting CSVSWP 7.0.40Named usersRead-only userSmall screensBrowser refreshSAA 7.0.70MST2013DB migration tool (Linux)Retirement MessengerSNL 7.0.25InterAct RetrievalOpenPKI for T2SFaster HSM tokensSNL/SAG 7.0.30Annual maintenanceSAA 7.0.75Integration platform enhReporting enhInterAct RetrievalDB migration tool (all OS)CREST GUI on Web Platf.New OS baseline (all)IE10 + Firefox (tbc)African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  19. 19. 19Alliance Access Operational ReportingAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  20. 20. Challenges for Access Administrators?20Is theinterface usedto it’s bestcapacity ?How can I detectand correctmessagesexceptions quickly?How can auditdemands beprovidedeasily?I need to optimisethe qualityof messageprocessing ..How can Ibest crosschargeusage?African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  21. 21. Alliance Access provides an easy answerAlliance Access Operational Reporting20+ standardreportsAddressingoperationalneedsEasy to executeReliableinformationFor small tomedium sizedAccess usersCustomerdemand will drivenew reportsavailability21African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  22. 22. Ready-to-use Available Reports• Capacity management– Average message processing time (between back-office and SWIFT)• To/From SWIFT, back-office versus manual flows– Average roundtrip time (back-office flows)• Exception Handling – Lists Reports– Message emission status by message partner (for back-office reconciliation)– Live messages• Incoming by correspondent, Outgoing by back-office or by operator/unit• Outgoing NAK– NAK messages, by back-office or by operator/unit• Exception Statistics – Statistics Reports– Message Exception Rates (in Modification, Repair, Emission Security)• Back-office versus manual messages• Incoming versus outgoing– Live Messages Summary• All messages versus financial messages only– NAK Rates• Back-office versus manual messages• By NAK reason– PDE/PDM rates• Back-office versus manual messages• Audit– MIR/MOR list reports22African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  23. 23. Ready-to-use Available Reports• Capacity management– Average message processing time (between back-office and SWIFT)• To/From SWIFT, back-office versus manual flows– Average roundtrip time (back-office flows)• Exception Handling – Lists Reports– Message emission status by message partner (for back-office reconciliation)– Live messages• Incoming by correspondent, Outgoing by back-office or by operator/unit• Outgoing NAK– NAK messages, by back-office or by operator/unit• Exception Statistics – Statistics Reports– Message Exception Rates (in Modification, Repair, Emission Security)• Back-office versus manual messages• Incoming versus outgoing– Live Messages Summary• All messages versus financial messages only– NAK Rates• Back-office versus manual messages• By NAK reason– PDE/PDM rates• Back-office versus manual messages• Audit– MIR/MOR list reports23African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  24. 24. PDF reports vs XLS reportsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 24
  25. 25. Previously run reports can be retrieved25African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  26. 26. African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013 26Alliance Access Integration PlatformA powerful core to the SWIFT Integration Solution
  27. 27. 27What Are Your Integration Challenges?A new linkto SWIFT?More(3rd party)Applications?Looking toreducecosts?Minimisesystemschanges?Need systemstocommunicate?African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  28. 28. SWIFT’s solution28ServicesAppropriateIntegrationproductCombining services with productto satisfy the customer’s specific integration needsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  29. 29. Key Features of the Integration Platform• Connect with external systems using MQ, file, JDBC• Manipulate complex message structures in a graphical way• Use the validations provided by SWIFT or easily create your own• Enhance existing Access flows with validations and enrichments29African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  30. 30. Key Features of the Integration Platform• Use content-based routing to handle complex routing requirements• Bulking/debulking• Support for all message types on the SWIFT network• Maximum re-use of robust, reliable Access features30African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  31. 31. Benefits of the Integration PlatformValidations and reference data usageEqually applies to manually entered messagesIntegrated in AccessNo need to update your own systemsLess risk in implementing SWIFTEnd-to-end SWIFT products and services offeringfor end-to-end SWIFT communicationFootprint and TCOreductionExchangeproprietarymessages withAccessOne stop shopsolution modelEnhance existingflowsCommunityenablementGetting more out of your messaging interface !31Productised integrationpackageAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  32. 32. Example: Payment Flow – Visuals32FINInterfaceIPLA APIRead fileStore inAccess DBTransformto MT103Log eventSend toSWIFTBusinessapplicationAllianceGatewayAlliance AccessIntegration PlatformCSVMT103African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  33. 33. Payment Flow Start – CSV Proprietary Data33African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  34. 34. Storing Proprietary Message34African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  35. 35. Transforming Proprietary Message – Result35African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  36. 36. Using Event Log36African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  37. 37. Customising Routing – Queues37African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  38. 38. Customising Routing – Routing Rules38African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  39. 39. 39Phased ApproachWP6: Project ManagementWP1FunctionalAnalysisWP2TechnicalDesignWP3ImplementationWP4IntegrationTestingWP5Go-LiveAlliance Access Integration PlatformProject DeliveryAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  40. 40. 40End Of LifeAdaptersAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  41. 41. 4141Financial Applications Alliance AccessSWIFTValidationRoutingProcess FlowsMessaging ProtocolsMT/MXMessagingAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013Back office adapters – the essentialsMT/MXTechnology /ProtocolTechnology / ProtocolAdaptersBatch ModeFTP AFTInteractiveIBM MQIBM MQMQSAMQHASWIFTProprietaryCASmfPoint toPointSOAP
  42. 42. 4242Financial Applications Alliance AccessSWIFTValidationRoutingProcess FlowsMessaging ProtocolsMT/MXMessagingAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013Back office adapters – the essentialsMT/MXTechnology /ProtocolTechnology / ProtocolAdaptersBatch ModeFTP AFTInteractiveIBM MQIBM MQMQSAMQHASWIFTProprietaryCASmfPoint toPointSOAP
  43. 43. MQSA customersWhat do I need to know?• Natural migration path is MQHA– MQHA must be ordered– Trade-in is in place. Customer will not pay for the license– After migration, cancel MQSA and ADK (if only use for MQSA)• Impact analysis required (routing and data structure)• Contact your vendor for compatibility with MQHA• Document available to explain the differences MQSA vs. MQHA43African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  44. 44. CASmf customersWhat do I need to know ?• Migration path to MQHA, SOAP or AFT• Opportunity to use Alliance Access Integration Platform• Customer must order MQHA or SOAP license• After migration, cancel CASmf and Conversational TCP/IP• Contact Vendor for compatibility with MQHA and SOAP• Specification available in Alliance Access documentation44African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  45. 45. 45Alliance on LinuxAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  46. 46. Customer testimonials for Linux46African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  47. 47. 47Cost savings…. a key benefitExample of multi-BIC environment with Access on different systems than Gateway/SNLA UNIX customer 5 year interface cost……………………..excludes migration costsAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  48. 48. AllianceAccessLinux Support as of 7.0.50AllianceGateway• Alliance Access, Gateway, SNL• Red Hat Enterprise Linux - 64-bit processor on x86• Not Available: WebStation, Workstation, CAS, MQSA48Clustering and virtualisationnot qualified, but supportedAfrican Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  49. 49. More information …49African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 2013
  50. 50. Webinars going deeper …50http://www.swift.com/events/webinars.page?African Regional Conference, Gaborone - 21/23 May 20131,500 CustomersReached last year

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