• Tata Consultancy Services’ ability to provide measurable business outcomes with its industry-aligned solutions, its investments in ignioTM, and strong automation capabilities cited as key strengths.
MUMBAI, India, August 28, 2018 : Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization, has been recognized as a Leader for the third year in a row, in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Center Outsourcing and Hybrid Infrastructure Managed Services, North America.
“With the advent of Digital, IT is closer to business than ever before, enabling agility, flexibility and faster go-to-market, thereby creating a competitive edge. Infrastructure platforms support complex, distributed applications using new technologies that are spread across systems in multiple locations, including on-premises data centers, public and private clouds – a truly hybrid landscape,” said Krishna Mohan, Head IT Infrastructure Services and Deputy Head Cognitive Business Operations, TCS. “We believe our leadership position is a recognition of our vision and strategy, comprehensive processes and methodologies, and our proven track record in delivering substantial business value to our customers.”
TCS’ IT Infrastructure Services Practice is part of the Cognitive Business Operations (CBO) unit that helps companies embed intelligence and digital technologies in IT and business operations to drive exponential customer value.
TCS is helping leading corporations across the world transform their workplaces and embrace a cloud-first strategy to modernize their IT infrastructure and make it easily available, more reliable, and highly flexible to meet dynamic business needs. TCS offers an end-to-end infrastructure services portfolio consisting of agile data center offerings such as Disaster Recover Automation, Data Center Batch and Workload Automation Services, TCS Openstack IaaS, cloud advisory services, hybrid strategy and roadmap definition, assessment, deployment and implementation, workload migration and hybrid managed services, spanning public, private and hybrid cloud environments.
With the Machine First Delivery Model (MFDM), TCS works closely with enterprises to help them move up the automation maturity curve in a controlled, predictable, and planned manner. In addition to partnering with leading automation product vendors, TCS deploys its own cognitive automation platform ignio to transform customers’ diverse and complex IT infrastructure landscape into highly-resilient, self-healing stacks.
TCS has deep relationships with all leading cloud technology providers like AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google. In addition, for customers with special requirements, TCS’ Enterprise Cloud Platform (ECP) offers a broad range of flexible private cloud infrastructure options, including PaaS. Its data services backbone is powered by the SMACK stack (Spark, Mesos, Akka, Cassandra, Kafka), a proven open source stack, which helps clients who have a need for Big Data, analytics, IoT, and streaming data workload requirements.
“TCS’ investments in innovation, intellectual property such as ignio, and comprehensive end-to-end IT infrastructure offerings are helping our customers holistically embrace cloud and automation, and accelerate their Business 4.0 transformation journeys,” added Krishna Mohan.