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    Wipro partners with IBM to use IBM’s Automation Foundation and Cloud Paks for Automation

     

    Wipro announced its intention to join IBM’s ecosystem of partners on 15th June 2021. This will help Wipro in managing and modernizing mission-critical workloads across hybrid cloud environments utilizing IBM’s new Automation Foundation and IBM Cloud Paks for Automation.

    IBM Automation Foundation

    IBM Automation Foundation is a platform for intelligent automation. The IBM Automation Foundation aims to provide Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Robotic Process Automation (RPA)-driven hyperautomation services to users wanting to address issues and shortcomings in enterprise and IT operations.

    IBM Cloud Paks

    IBM Cloud Paks for Automation is an AI-powered portfolio that enables clients to automate jobs based on data analysis and continue to improve workflows that run centrally, in networks, and at the edge. By automating business and IT operations to accelerate growth, it provides businesses with a portable, adaptable, and secure road to optimization.

    Wipro developed its Cloud-Native Integration Platform (CNIP) using IBM Cloud Pak for Integration to enable enterprises to become more flexible, scalable, and secure. The cloud-native architecture and functions of the platform are the foundation for digital transformation. The service makes cloud migration recommendations and automates the process, allowing businesses to upgrade their applications using a hybrid multi-cloud infrastructure.

    With this, customers will be able to satisfy their business needs and receive access to Wipro’s service capabilities, which include strategic advising and business transformation, as well as IT services, solution development, integration, and hybrid cloud solution implementation.

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