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Jayanti Murty

Jayanti Murty
Global Head of Strategic Accounts, Digitate

Jayanti Venkata Sai Narayana Murty is the regional CTO at Digitate. An experienced IT leader with nearly two decades of industry experience, Jayanti has held a variety of IT leadership roles with a focus on business development, innovation, and technology consulting at Digitate and its parent company TCS. Previously, he was global head of strategic accounts for the company’s ignio and Cloud Plus platforms and led the TCS IT performance consulting practice for North America, where his responsibilities included defining a future vision and strategy for the group and delivering solid growth. He has led and delivered large, high-profile engagements for customers in the telecom, banking, retail, healthcare, transportation, logistics, and government sectors in markets including the Americas, the UK, Asia-Pacific, and India. Jayanti’s key areas of interest include analytics, high-performance computing, architecture and design, modeling, and optimization for large IT systems. He has authored whitepapers on performance engineering and capacity planning that have been published by ROSATEA and CMG and has worked as evaluator and chair for the TCS Technical Architects Conference. Jayanti holds a bachelor of technology in mechanical engineering from the National Institute of Technology, Warangal in India.


11:05am-11:45am Thursday, September 6, 2018
Location: Yosemite A
Secondary topics:  Platforms and infrastructure
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Do you have constantly changing business environments across many business units and processes with multiple job schedulers and infrastructure platforms? Do you struggle with end-to-end visibility and a lot of alerts? Award-winning ignio can help. Jayanti Murty explains how and shares real-world examples of companies that have reduced operational risks and outages and technology and labor costs. Read more.