Track 4

Defense Cloud - Enable the Mission

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Mapping the Future of the Cloud
Capitol Ballroom G
Cloud is evolving the way defense agencies defend assets, support the warfighter, and gain tactical advantages. So how can they consolidate legacy data center infrastructures to move to modern IT platforms that enable them to leverage new technologies like artificial intelligence to advance the mission? In this session, we’ll cover the DoD’s three-pronged enterprise cloud strategy and how you can apply it to your mission requirements through collaborative industry relationships.

Speakers

Gianni
Chief Technology Officer, Defense
GDIT
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milCloud® 2.0 Bootcamp – Technologies & Capabilities Overview
Capitol Ballroom G
This hands-on workshop will provide a “look under the hood” at milCloud® 2.0’s cloud services portfolio and its unique acquisition, pricing, and delivery model. We’ll drill down into the latest networking, storage, security, and compute technologies that enable milCloud® 2.0’s DoD mission partners to accelerate data center migrations to the cloud, deliver cloud-native capabilities to the tactical edge, and provide mission critical services using next-gen technologies.
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milCloud® 2.0 Bootcamp – Technologies & Capabilities Overview
Capitol Ballroom G
In a continuation of the earlier milCloud® 2.0 Bootcamp session, this hands-on workshop will provide a “look under the hood” at milCloud® 2.0’s cloud services portfolio and its unique acquisition, pricing, and delivery model. We’ll drill down into the latest networking, storage, security, and compute technologies that enable milCloud® 2.0’s DoD mission partners to accelerate data center migrations to the cloud, deliver cloud-native capabilities to the tactical edge, and provide mission critical services using next-gen technologies.
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milCloud® 2.0 Bootcamp – Use Cases: Data Center to Tactical Edge to Cloud
Capitol Ballroom G
This session will provide participants with specific use cases of how DISA and DoD mission partners are moving to the cloud in support of the warfighter. We will cover typical application and data migration scenarios and lessons learned, including unavoidable and hard problems, as well as cost management and organizational issues that teams need to consider as they move to the cloud.