Wipro and XebiaLabs Renew and Extend Partnership
October 16, 2019

XebiaLabs announced that Wipro has renewed and extended its partnership with XebiaLabs as their Strategic Enterprise DevOps Partner across the globe.

The partnership represents a powerful combination of a DevOps technology platform and DevOps expertise that enables large organizations to accelerate the delivery of high-value software at scale.

The XebiaLabs and Wipro partnership aligns the two companies in an effort to provide the strategic planning, project delivery, and the right technology platform to help companies successfully implement and realize the benefits of DevOps at scale.

“Large companies need a DevOps platform that can integrate the entire software pipeline because it’s simply impossible to scale by manually connecting point tools,” said Derek Langone, CEO of XebiaLabs. “Our platform orchestrates and automates the end-to-end software delivery chain, filling our customers’ critical need to build and deliver software more efficiently and in a compliant way. We are confident that the combination of Wipro’s consulting and digital transformation expertise and XebiaLabs’ best-of-breed platform will help our mutual clients achieve true enterprise scale DevOps.”

Kiran Desai, SVP and Global Head, Cloud and Infrastructure Services, Wipro Limited said, “Organizations spend millions each year developing software, and DevOps is vital to ensuring they get the most business value from their efforts. XebiaLabs offers a compelling DevOps platform in the market. By partnering with them, we’re strengthening the DevOps ecosystem for our customers and giving them the tools they need to deliver software faster, with full compliance, and at enterprise scale.”

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