Technology is rapidly driving the transformation of the financial services sector. It has the potential to increase competitiveness, innovation and efficiency, creating real benefits for both consumers and firms, you may have heard people referring to "Fintech" as an umbrella term for this disruption in Financial Technology. However, new technology also has the potential to increase the risk to a bank if not adopted without the appropriate controls, in fact there are a number of organisations such as the UK Finanical Conduct Authority and the US Federal Reserve who protect consumers and markets from this via regulations. In this talk by Bill Dettelback from Deutsche Bank supported by Chris Milsted from Redhat, we will explore various architectural aspects of a large OpenShift deployment into the regulated banking industry which were necessary to meet these standards. This included things like separate OpenShift clusters, Software Defined Lifecycles and Image Promotion between environments are just some example of some of the challenges faced. By attending this talk you will find out about how OpenShift can be deployed into regulated industries such as financial services and will see how we solved some of the challenges faced along the way.