Wipro has migrated its IT infrastructure to Microsoft Cloud and is hosting a majority of its business-critical enterprise applications on Azure.
Microsoft has worked with Wipro, a leading IT services company, to ensure the streamlining of key aspects such as access, performance, availability and latency from the cloud data centers to provide a seamless experience to users, across geographies.
Wipro runs its core applications — critical enterprise, business and employee self-service applications for its workforce — from the Microsoft Azure datacenter.
Wipro has gained from elasticity on its infrastructure, as well as boosted efficiencies related to data center footprint, standardized business processes, reduced application delivery time and increased stability and scalability by migrating to Microsoft Azure.
“The Azure platform has helped us build modern applications, which offer simplicity and great user experience with extensive leverage of open source technology,” said Raja Ukil, chief information officer (CIO) of Wipro.
The Wipro CIO said the Microsoft Azure platform has enabled the Indian software major to set new benchmarks to meet the complex requirements of the enterprise.
“Their adoption of Microsoft Azure on a large scale as both Platform and Infrastructure as a service helps Wipro extend this capability and experience to its global customers in delivering cloud transformation services,” said Peter Gartenberg, general manager, Enterprise Commercial, Microsoft India.