In line with the current cloud-based platforms that global software major Oracle is offering, Indian IT consulting and system integration services company Wipro has announced joining Oracle’s cloud managed service provider programme to help enterprises build a scalable hybrid IT model for digital growth. The company’s data centre is integrated with Oracle IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and PaaS (Platform as a Service) services and provides a unified platform to drive hybrid IT journey for enterprises by enabling dynamic sourcing, automated provisioning, monitoring and management. Also Read - Coronavirus outbreak: Oracle postpones OpenWorld Asia event in Singapore
“We will build standard reference architectures, workload blueprints and deploy solutions for accelerated cloud transformation with Oracle,” the statement noted. “Our boundary-less data centre offering is based on transformational approach to enable enterprise ITaaS (IT as a Service) through a universal marketplace,” the city-based IT outsourcing firm said in a statement. To make this happen in a better and efficient way, Wipro has a creative partnership with Oracle across its diverse cloud portfolio. Wipro has also received the “Oracle Excellence Award” for this year for an excellent performance across the IT spectrum. Also Read - Google Oracle lawsuit shows first Android prototype and it looked like a BlackBerry
Wipro is a diamond level member of Oracle partner network and has a cloud select designation. The Oracle programme enables its members to offer a complete managed service solution for workloads running on its platform as a service and infrastructure as a service. “Our data centre platform provides end-to-end life cycle services across Oracle IaaS and PaaS to help customers enhance the speed of execution and improve business performance,” said Wipro’s global infrastructure services head Kiran Desai. Based on the needs of its customers, Wipro can provide an integrated cloud solution, leveraging its boundaryless data centre and Oracle’s cloud platform.
“Cloud represents a huge opportunity for our customers to increase innovation and agility, while enabling reduced cost and complexity,” said Oracle Vice-President Sanjay Sinha. The Oracle cloud marketplace offers an intuitive user interface to browse and search for applications and services, as well as user ratings and reviews to help customers determine the best business solutions for their organisation.