The Digital Rig Platform – DevOps at Scale
Wipro offers a platform-driven approach to adoption and scaling of DevOps in a non-linear fashion. The Digital Rig is our marquee offering for end-to-end DevOps adoption, accelerating digital innovation and delivery for the enterprise.
Digital Rig enables enterprises to build a federated and composable DevOps platform using tools and capabilities already available. The Digital Rig untangles DevOps adoption by simplifying, standardizing, and automating key engineering capabilities through a self-service catalogue while complying with federated and automated governance.
The established methodologies and frameworks of the Digital Rig cater to the entire DevOps engagement lifecycle by defining and managing DevSecOps as a code. This enables Day Zero productivity, with self-service and blueprint capabilities that bring velocity to all engineering activities and deliver a “single pane of glass” that enables organizations to make data-driven decisions through instrumentation and telemetry of DevSecOps metrics.
Aligned with Wipro’s Agile Anywhere approach, Digital Rig supports new ways of working in the current COVID-19 environment leveraging Rig Workbench.
The Digital Rig at Work
For a large European telecommunications provider, Wipro established a DevSecOps platform with centralized infrastructure for federated tools and enabled a self-service marketplace with a single pane of glass. This decision reduced the company’s total cost of operations by 72%, reduced the time to adopt and cost of adoption by 45%, increased engineering metrics reporting for all application to 100%, and reduced reporting and analytics effort by 82%.
Collaborating with a North American food-service distributor, Wipro built a self-service marketplace for auto onboarding to Atlassian tools and pipelines. Automated governance and a KPI Dashboard was built for a multi-cloud infrastructure, with compliance through control as code. Leveraging this platform, the distributor reduced tools and application onboarding time by 73%, improved standardization and compliance to standards by 60%, and reduced rework due to non- compliance by 30%.