This month, alongside leaders from the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, the Defense Information Systems Agency, GDIT presented an important, three-day discussion on the cloud, hosted by Federal News Network. The event focused on how, for the Department of Defense, a critical cloud priority is improving capability delivery to warfighters and doing it more quickly and more securely.
Highlighting our work for multiple DoD customers, GDIT cloud experts took center stage during the event to discuss how our cloud solutions are evolving to help improve capability delivery to warfighters.
On day one, GDIT DEOS Program Manager Lyle Kellman discussed what DoD users can expect when their work lives transition to the cloud. Specifically, he mentioned how DEOS enables enhanced inter-agency collaboration, as well as a better user experience, stronger security and lower costs for agencies. Watch what he had to say.
The next day, milCloud® 2.0 was featured, where GDIT’s Jim Matney, Vice President and General Manager of the DISA and Enterprise Services Sector discussed how milCloud® 2.0 aligns to DoD’s cloud strategy today. He covered ease of use and affordability, and pointed to milCloud® 2.0’s continued evolution – such as new integrations and features – as examples of how listening to mission partners has made milCloud® 2.0 even more suited to meet the need of the warfighter. Here’s how he put it.
On the final day of the event, GDIT’s Jeff Luckett, Technical Lead for the collaborative Software Armory on the Naval Research and Development Establishment (NRDE) cloud contract, reviewed how to speed application development and deployment by leveraging the cloud and building a culture of DevSecOps. He pointed to how GDIT has built a series of frameworks to do things like aiding migration and automating software development security processes like code scanning, container security and automated security guardrails to support the Navy’s mission to deploy faster and more often. Here’s more of what he had to say.
GDIT’s defense cloud solutions are evolving the way the DoD defends assets, supports the warfighter and gains tactical advantages with the agility and effectiveness that mission partners need to deliver on their missions.
Didn’t make the event? No problem! You can view all of the sessions in their entirety.
And, to learn more about milCloud® 2.0 visit milCloud2.com.