Future-proof your bank by moving to a cloud-native banking core

All major banks are moving their banking core to the cloud. However, there are different routes to achieve this. Get our report, to discover which path is best for you:

What you will learn

  • How virtual banks have created a massive technological edge over incumbent banks, and what any bank can do to counter this challenge
  • A comparison — including practical pros and cons — of the three main strategies to bring a current banking engine to the cloud
  • Why some modern banks choose a cloud-native banking engine (including how this modern approach works in practice)
  • Current state of microservices architecture, continuous integration methodologies, and other modern best practices
  • Practical recommendations for any bank moving to a cloud-native experience
About Thought Machine

Thought Machine has built the next generation of core banking platforms including cloud-native banking engine Vault. From its inception, Vault has been written purposefully as a cloud native platform – it does not contain any legacy or pre-cloud technology. Vault has been written entirely in-house at Thought Machine and so the whole system integrates smoothly as the result of a single, coherent design.

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Word from the author

Banking technology has evolved significantly over the past century and we have seen several major shifts in the core tech stacks used to power banks. The cloud age is upon us and building your digital bank or fintech needs to be done using cloud-native technology. We put this guide together to get you started.

Marcel Klimo, Fintech Evangelist at Vacuumlabs

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About Vacuumlabs and Thought Machine

Vacuumlabs builds virtual banks and fintechs across the world. Thought Machine has built the next generation of core banking platforms including cloud-native banking engine Vault.