The Silicon Review
20 Febuary, 2019
Wipro Ltd has rolled out a new platform for businesses. The platform will allow the companies to migrate their data to Oracle’s cloud.
The platform is called QuMiC (Quick Migration to Cloud); will help the companies to migrate data whether their assets are on premises or on a current cloud SaaS environment. QuMiC will automate the migration process.
As per Wipro, the new platform will cut down the overall cloud operation cost by 30% and will save deployment time. Furthermore, it can cut down 60%of the time taken for testing and development, ERP designs, and installing configurations.
Coming to Oracle, according to reports, the American software giant will set up a newdatacenter in Mumbai, India. There is no information about the launch date.
The new data center will assist Oracle to line up their services against other big players like Amazon Web services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
According to reports, in August 2018, the Indian division of Oracle was offering its autonomous cloud solutions to customers especially from its database management system, mainly in the following sectors: telecom and BSFI.
The company is focusing on its existing database customers along with other companies who want to upgrade their technology. Right now, the market for cloud adoption is booming in India.
Oracle stated thatin August last year, it had selected 18 firms for its Startup Cloud Accelerator in India. It offered solutions ranging from marketing automation to conversational chatbots.
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