The Department of Defense strategic initiatives are to develop a new course of action with cloud computing, which will help military services and their missions, as a whole. This new direction will also engage commercial cloud services vendors, a pre-existing source, to immediately leverage commercial sector cloud innovations for DoD operations. Further information available at DoD Priorities for Cloud Computing. This new development in Military use of cloud computing, which has the potentials to optimize DoD operations, is a move toward collaboration and efficiency which helps the military to be more effective w...Read More
The officials of the Navy and Marine Corps are looking for opportunities with commercial cloud computing services to move more military data to commercial solutions. This process will help create a system in which they will be able to shift their public data to Amazon’s cloud. Further information available at Why the Navy and Marine Corps accelerate cloud adoption?.
Reason for Navy and Marine Corps accelerate cloudThe main reason of accelerating cloud adoption by the Navy and Marine Corps is to reduce more than a billion dollars in d...Read More
As DoD Cloud Way Forward comes ahead and provides an institutionalized, efficient method of soliciting offers from small businesses for cloud computing technology services, all task orders are requested, awarded and managed using the GSA STARS II GWAC Multiple Award Contract. Therefore, GSA has propelled the DoD cloud way forward for comprehensive development of this department initiative. As a side benefit of cloud service, the SeaPorte Multiple Award Contract contributes to the Nation’s engine of job growth and Veteran employment opportunities.Importance of DoD CloudArchitecture is an importance of DoD Cloud strategy encouraging...Read More
The GSA STARS II multiple award contract facilitates an effective and powerful method of contracting for professional support services and helping small business involvement. The Navy encourages new innovative cloud industries to have a chance of accomplishing efficiency and effective use of cloud computing in maritime application. Further information available at DoD Security Requirements for Cloud. Cloud computing firms have been coming forward to develop comprehensive cloud computing technology processes while providing world class services at lower cost. However, there is a nee...Read More
Procurement of cloud computing services is a simple process. The 8a STARS II task order process is streamlined so that you can implement cloud computing for your department in a timely manner. Further information available at Purchasing Cloud through 8a STARS II.
Purchasing Cloud Computing through GSA 8(a) STARS IITo comply with the acquisition processes; the awardees have the opportunity to complete for 8(a) STARS II task orders in fair competition with perfor...Read More
According to the recent news, it has been got to know that the Navy would like to initiate a better plan for concluding legacy data centers as they would like to shift military data to secure commercial cloud facilities. So, it has been clear that the Navy wants to increase to the utilization of cloud computing in future IT processes. It has been expected that the utilization of cloud computing services with a effective strategy to gain cost efficiencies on more than 12,000 servers and enlarge its original range of 67 data center consolidations. Security is further enhanced when systems are consolidated on the cloud.
Now, the question is – does cloud computing create cost efficiency for the Navy?...Read More
Information Technology leaders agree that Cloud Native MicroServices facilitates mobility. Further information available at Cloud Native MicroServices. However, portability can be hindered when data is congested in stove-piped data storage systems. The requirements for mobility originate from the need for rapid access of information with location independence. Rapid access to information is the key for rapid knowledge supported decision making.
Cloud computing to enterprise mobilityCloud Computing Technologies helps develop ente...Read More
Cloud computing task order on GSA 8a STARS II is a systematic process, which includes consideration of the Department of the Navy cloud acquisition strategy and GSA GWAC task order processes for accepting and performing orders issued by a Contracting Officer within the span of the Multiple Award Agreement.
Cloud Computing Task Order on GSA STARS IIAccording to Section B through H, the information of Task order covers all relevant data that includes Line Items, statement of work or objectives, packaging and marking information, data rights, inspection and acceptance of the services, period of performance, s...Read More
Navy IT Savings in the Cloud: Moving Navy data-centers, websites, and networks to secure cloud computing will more than likely reduce cost in IT spending and accelerate mobility of secure applications and secure data for fast paced decision making in critical operational environments. Further information is available at Navy IT Savings in the Cloud.
Navy IT Savings in the CloudNavy IT savings in the cloud is the best way that military branches can develop innovation, collaboration and efficiency. SPAWAR, which is also known as the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command...Read More
Cloud computing with service disabled veteran owned small business firms on GSA 8a STARS II gains advantages from experienced veteran business owners. Veterans who have served retain institutional service knowledge combined with best commercial practices with know-how for lowest but most effective solutions such as cloud computing, on a pre-existing contract vehicle, GSA 8a STARS II, the preferred choice for Naval departments. Further information available at Cloud Computing SDVOSB on GSA STARS II.Cloud Native Computing for Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Busin...Read More