A shift in focus to adapt to the emerging challenges of implementing new business models, setting up flexible workplaces, and strengthening business continuity plans, have led to a sudden spurt in cloud adoption across organizations, globally. To gain control over resources and assets, provide consistent visibility, ensure governance, and enable automation in a multi-cloud paradigm, enterprises are increasingly turning to managed service providers, who can extend hybrid multi-cloud management capabilities.
FluidIT is Wipro’s unified, hybrid, software-defined, application deployment platform, designed with hybrid multi-cloud management capabilities. This unique platform facilitates continuous transformation through investments in advanced technologies and cloud partnerships. An extensive library of tested accelerators helps enterprises achieve key business and IT objectives.
The joint whitepaper by IDC, Wipro, and Intel begins with a market perspective and a requirements analysis of organizations. It lays down IDC’s definition of hybrid multi-cloud management, their study on the expectations from service providers, and key obstacles in moving to cloud. This is followed by an in-depth coverage of Wipro’s FluidIT platform, its value proposition, differentiators, and a detailed overview of the proprietary BoundaryLess Enterprise framework. The document also covers the three key pillars of FluidIT - ASPIRE, Service Theatre, and APPAnywhere.