Wipro Limited , a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced an expansion of its global strategic relationship with Amazon Web Services (AWS) in the area of DevOps. As a part of this alliance, both companies will collaborate to help global organizations leverage the benefits of automation, effective monitoring and rapid deployment leveraging DevOps.
Wipro’s marquee offering for end–to-end DevSecOps, Digital Rig, accelerates digital innovation and delivery through self-service while complying with federated and automated governance. Delivered from the ‘Wipro AWS Launch Pad’ and aligned with Wipro’s agile anywhere approach, Digital Rig supports new ways of working in the current COVID-19 environment leveraging AWS Cloud. Organizations can benefit from its established methodologies and frameworks, which cater to the entire DevOps engagement lifecycle by defining and managing DevOps as a code.
Wipro recently attained the AWS DevOps competency status, which further reinforces the company’s commitment to help drive agile development for enterprises. The AWS DevOps Competency distinguishes Wipro, which is an AWS Partner Network (APN) member, as a specialist with demonstrated technical proficiency and proven customer success in delivering DevOps processes, methodologies, and tools.
David Jones, Group Chief Digital Officer, John Swire & Sons said, “Working with Wipro gave us access to skilled DevOps consultants. We were impressed to see the expertise in action at the Wipro AWS Launch Pad and look forward to Wipro enhancing this capability further.”
Dr. Manish Govil, General Manager and Global Head – AWS Practice, Wipro Limited said, “Wipro is a trusted AWS Partner Network (APN) premier consulting partner. We have added value to our joint customers by delivering DevOps solutions with agility and speed. The AWS DevOps distinction awarded to Wipro reaffirms our dedication to technical excellence, the breadth of our services, and the pace of innovation that AWS provides.”