MindTree to manage Carlyle's datacenters
MindTree has partnered with The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest private equity firms to provide IT infrastructure management and support services for the latter’s global datacenters.
MindTree will monitor and manage all of Carlyle’s IT production servers hosted at Carlyle’s data centers in the U.S., UK and Hong Kong, as well as its disaster recovery data center in Virginia. MindTree will also monitor and manage the file servers located in Carlyle offices throughout the world, as well as other classes of hardware and applications.
MindTree will use its managed services platform, mWatch, to remotely provide the services to Carlyle from India. mWatch is an integrated platform with monitoring and management capabilities for applications, databases, servers, networks, storage and security. mWatch is an ITIL compliant platform with event, incident, problem, configuration and change management integrated with service desk support.
"MindTree is proud to be managing the IT infrastructure of The Carlyle Group, one of the most respected organizations in the private equity space," said Parthasarathy N S, president and CEO, Independent Testing and Infrastructure Management and Technical Support, MindTree. "The combination of MindTree’s delivery processes and people capabilities with our mWatch monitoring and management tool will increase Carlyle’s IT effectiveness and reduce costs. This is another example of MindTree’s deep expertise in serving customers in the financial sector."
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