With the vast majority of Defense Department (DoD) agencies already using VMware’s Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) technology, milCloud 2.0’s commitment to build VMware capabilities and portability into the leading cloud platform for DoD mission partners is paving the way for unrivaled cloud-based innovation.
What’s been happening since General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) – which manages milCloud 2.0 for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) – announced the VMware integration project late last year?
Find out the latest from GDIT and VMware officials during a complimentary webinar, Part 2: Migrating to VMware on milCloud 2.0, on March 11 at 1:30 p.m. EST, organized by MeriTalk, GDIT, VMware, and Carahsoft.
Bill Rowan, vice president, Federal at VMware and Brian Whitenight, partner director, milCloud 2.0 at GDIT, will chart progress on the completed native on-demand VMware environment on milCloud 2.0 that allows mission partners to accelerate cloud migrations without conversion.
The VMware and GDIT officials will cover the underlying benefits and application connections, tactical use cases and product demonstrations, and the latest technology features that mission partners are using to meet mission-critical needs.
During MeriTalk’s initial webinar on the VMware integration into milCloud 2.0 last November, company officials talked about the benefits of the VMware platform including network virtualization and security improvements – and future enhancements such as the addition of Kubernetes containers.
Don’t miss out on the follow-up progress on March 11. The webinar is complimentary, and attendees can earn one CPE credit.