Tech Mahindra, a leading digital transformation service provider in India, announced the launch of a new intelligent cloud operations and subscription management platform.
iCOPS aims to improve corporate efficiency by leveraging artificial intelligence for IT operations and analytics with data security and cost optimisation, simplifying existing cloud operations for global enterprises.
Vivek Gupta, Vice President and Head of Global Cloud Services at Tech Mahindra, said iCOPS will ‘help global enterprises move towards a zero-touch cloud operations model while ensuring complete security and transparency in operations’.
The iCOPS platform will be merged with Tech Mahindra’s existing infrastructure operations platform TACTiX, NetOps.ai and mPAC 3.0, a hybrid and multi-cloud management platform. This combination demonstrates the company’s commitment in creating a centralised IT system to improve business efficiency.
iCOPS will have four key focus areas: tech optimisation (‘TechOps’) to enable zero downtime, security optimisation (‘SecOps’) for zero vulnerability, development optimisation (‘DevOps’) for Zero manual interventions and finance optimisation (‘FinOps’), enabling continuous cost management.
All four areas aim to streamline diverse cloud operations and reduce spending via said streamlining.
Besides cloud computing, Tech Mahindra is also focused on developing next-generation technologies such as 5G, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity to disrupt and enable digital transformation.
This comes at a time when India is making rapid advances in becoming a digital society, as tech giants and global players in the scene are entering the country to be a part of a US$4.9 billion opportunity, including Schneider Electric, Equinix, NTT and Legrand Data Center Solutions.
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