The mushrooming use of private clouds, big data and tools such as software defined networking makes effective network management more important than ever.
The service’s push toward a commoditized infrastructure will rely on standards that will meet info-sharing needs, protect data and systems, and cut costs, Brig. Gen. Kimberly Crider said.
DISA and the services are working to synchronize efforts toward developing, fielding a Joint Information Environment that promotes interoperability.
AppThwack, Socrata will further intelligence community’s shift to the cloud.
Shift to software-based virtual nets would be completed by 2018.
CIA investor seeks partnership to boost cloud security.
DISA waits until the fiscal year end to replace their current $700M contract.
The contract will replace a five-year, $700 million contract with Vion Corp.
The service will support all DISA supported CONUS and OCONUS sites.
The Defense Information Systems Agency seeks commercial IaaS proposals.