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Wipro ties up with Moogsoft to deliver AIOps solutions

Wipro ties up with Moogsoft to deliver AIOps solutions
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Indian IT services firm Wipro on Thursday said that it was partnering with San Francisco-based artificial intelligence operations specialist Moogsoft to deliver better digital transformation services.

According to a statement, Wipro will leverage Moogsoft's platform to deliver next-generation artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) solutions to its customers.

Moogsoft's AIOps platform, which is powered by machine learning (ML) algorithms, assists  IT teams with the real-time detection and remediation of IT incidents across applications, networks and IT infrastructure, ensuring continuous service delivery for customers, the company said. 

Wipro further said that its AI and automation platform HOLMES, in partnership with Moogsoft, will provide end-to-end capabilities in AIOps transformation. 

This partnership will help customers dramatically improve the business availability of IT through unified alert management, root cause analysis, proactive anomaly detection and predictive capabilities, said Kiran Desai, senior vice president and global head of cloud and infrastructure services at Wipro.

"We have also invested in the company through Wipro Ventures, the strategic investment arm of Wipro Limited," Desai added.

Earlier this week, Wipro said that it was rolling out a new solution for global airlines to manage their crews.

Last week, Wipro announced that Azim Premji, who has led the company for 53 years, will retire at the end of July. Azim Premji will be replaced as chairman by his son Rishad Premji, who is currently the firm’s chief strategy officer. 

On Wednesday, TechCircle reported that Wipro chief executive Abidali Z Neemuchwala's total compensation had jumped 41% to $3.95 million for the financial year ended March 2019, up from $2.8 million in the previous fiscal.

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