Read to discover how Nutanix and Red Hat deliver the required consistency that allows enterprise organizations to maximize the value of existing investments, modernize with an open hybrid cloud strategy, accelerate time-to-value, and grow their business.
MeriTalk sat down with Frank Reyes, Cloud Solutions Leader at Maximus, to discuss the DOD’s cloud strategy, the future of cloud computing across the DOD, and how industry can partner with the DOD to support cloud integration and achieve mission success.
Download the latest briefing to find insights on modern, scalable data ecosystems – underpinned by multicloud – that Federal healthcare leaders can implement to support the high-performance computing, IoT and edge computing, AI, and 5G applications moving healthcare innovation forward.
Make it a priority to educate yourself on the latest threat vectors and implement robust security solutions that take a comprehensive platform approach to identify and eliminate threats in real time before they can compromise your environment. Download the report to learn how to always stay one step ahead of security threats and the attackers who are perpetrating them.
MeriTalk recently sat down with Venero, Future Tech’s president and CEO, to discuss those parallels and his take on the rapid move to cloud technologies – and why it should cause Federal system integrators (FSIs) and their agency customers to reflect on what is best for their organizational needs.
Federal agencies are moving quickly toward multicloud environments to store and run data and applications anywhere, from Federal offices to remote battlefields. Eighty percent of DoD IT decision makers agree there is an urgent need for enterprise cloud in the DoD and 84% say accelerating enterprise cloud migration is vital to meeting the needs of our nation’s warfighters.
Many Federal organizations today are operating multiple clouds, each with its own interface and protocols, resulting in operational islands that can impede the mission. Optimizing workloads is more important than ever, given the unique demands of Federal mission environments.
Download the resource to learn how the interviewed organizations no longer had to rely on storage, network, and VMware teams for support and how they significantly improved their datacenter footprint with the end result of having a more cost-effective infrastructure.
Download the “Cloud Transformation Leads to Better Outcomes for Government Agencies” issue brief and learn how vendors, such as NetApp and ThunderCat Technology, can help agencies optimize cloud environments and streamline operations.
ATF chose Amazon Web Services (AWS) GovCloud (US) for its cloud migration in part because the company met its requirements for security and compliance with FedRAMP High authorization, and AWS was able to provide support with U.S. citizen staff. ATF was also confident that AWS would provide resilient, stable architecture with high availability to support the move of mission-critical applications to the cloud.
Seamless, intuitive, and time-saving digital services require both modern applications and modern identity and access management. Learn how a modern identity approach enables application modernization and why identity modernization is simpler than ever.
No matter the complexity of your environment or where you are on your IT modernization journey, an IT operations automation strategy can help you improve existing processes. With automation, you can save time, increase quality, improve employee satisfaction, and reduce costs throughout your organization.
Updating legacy processes and systems has become a more immediate challenge than ever before, necessary to lay the groundwork for future innovation. Organizations are investing more heavily in areas that will allow them to take full advantage of new technologies and processes in 2021 and beyond. And cloud migration is one of the top priorities for CIOs.
Shutdowns changed the world from a largely in-person experience to a virtual experience for government workers and citizens. Government workforces had to quickly move entirely to remote working and governments had to adapt to find new ways to deliver services to citizens. Luckily, the availability of digital tools made the shift possible.
Cloud migration has long been one of Federal agencies’ top IT initiatives, from Cloud First to Cloud Smart and now the May 2021 executive order on cybersecurity, which calls on agencies to accelerate movement to secure cloud services. The COVID-19 pandemic furthered the cloud push, as agencies moved services online to facilitate remote work and […]
As the Department of Defense (DoD) moves from a primarily on-premises IT environment towards a cloud-native one, one question has been top-of-mind at the agency: How can cloud providers create a cloud environment for government use that is compliant with stringent regulations at the Pentagon?
U.S. Air Force CIO Lauren Knausenberger detailed the service branch’s continuing migration to cloud services at the AWS Summit, Washington D.C. event in 2021. She focused on the buildout of its Cloud One cloud computing platform—which has a majority of its systems hosted with AWS—and the benefits that the platform is bringing to the Air Force.
Government mandates and practical necessities are pushing government to the cloud. Cloud solutions can scale quickly, save budget, provide better security, and ease staffing challenges. Adoption isn’t easy, however, and security priorities like zero trust architectures add to the complexity. Still, U.S. government cloud spending will grow to over $8.5 billion by fiscal year 2023, according to Bloomberg. For ISVs, the opportunity for expansion in the government space is substantial and promising.
To remain competitive, tech leaders need to continue to mature their company’s cloud strategies, ensuring that they have the right organizational design, skill development and processes in place to realize value. This is the government leader’s complete guide to doing just that.
While government agencies have made steady progress toward the cloud as they aim to modernize their technology environments, many Federal, state, and local organizations say they’re still at the early stages of their journey. As traditional data management software become outdated, the clear next step is cloud.
Despite increased media coverage in the security community and the rapid shift to the cloud in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, research from Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 reveals that supply chain security in the cloud continues its growth as an emerging threat for both government agencies and organizations.
Are you a government leader committed to embracing new technologies as they emerge? Are you part of a team that wants to be at the forefront of innovation? Is your agency concerned about not being agile enough to make quick, pivotal decisions and solve critical government objectives?
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) oversees lawful immigration to the United States and became an early cloud adopter among federal agencies. In 2014, the agency began moving some workloads out of two legacy, on-premises data centers and into the cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to overcome delays in infrastructure delivery and speed application development