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The Defense Information Systems Agency is bolstering support for its Enterprise Services Division and has released the solicitation for cloud-based office solutions.
Agencies must future-proof their emergency communications with systems that improve efficiency, safety and response times.
Caroline Bean, DISA's MilCloud deputy program manager and lead engineer, explained where the migration stands and what to expect this year.
The system detects when time-sensitive applications would benefit from more compute power and orchestrates the reallocation of packets across server cores.
Today's GPUs can handle artificial intelligence, machine learning and other high-performance tasks, making them a vital component of digital transformation, better public service and improved national security.
Containers offer some enormous advantages for IT administrators working with different types of clouds, but they also introduce unique challenges when it comes to monitoring.
Compressing the network traffic sent to central analysis servers may allow analysts to detect intrusions earlier in the transmission process.
The combination of the hybrid cloud and Linux containers makes high-performance computing attainable –- even for organizations without the budget or supercomputing expertise inherent in larger agencies.
The Enterprise IT as a Service pilot will assess whether private-sector IT infrastructure investments, operations and best practices will work for the Army and support the investments the service has made in its network.
Seismologists at Los Alamos National Laboratory are using cloud computing to conduct a continent-scale survey for seismic signatures of industrial activity, cutting the time it took to complete the work from days to hour.
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