The benefits of cloud capabilities have been proven across government as agencies reap savings, improve security, and deliver mission-serving solutions faster. However, as agencies migrate workloads to cloud infrastructures, federal IT managers must ensure that functions in the cloud adhere to their agency’s compliance and security policies.
Sponsored By FireEye
Agencies at all levels in the Commonwealth of Virginia are undergoing tremendous change. The complexity of managing multiple clouds and data centers, and fragile legacy applications create opportunities and challenges to modernizing IT and improving resiliency.
Sponsored By IBM
Government leaders are managing and leading agencies through big technology shifts: from proprietary to open platforms, analytics to AI, and from single to multiple clouds vendors. The opportunity to advance missions, increase security and create impact for stakeholders within this shift is significant, but agencies can travel only as fast as as their people and processes let them.
Government has more potential than any other organization to generate insight from data to help address public challenges. Yet too often technological and political silos prevent agencies from leveraging the data.
The success of digital transformation by federal agencies comes down to mission readiness and attainment. Being mission-ready requires digital, automated, real-time processes. With cloud as a base, agencies can rapidly deploy advanced technologies – automation, artificial intelligence and machine learning – to improve decision-making, compliance, agility and productivity.
Sponsored By SwishData, Riverbed
IT modernization advances the mission objectives of government organizations around the world. From large federal departments to local public safety bureaus, digital transformation initiatives move agencies toward more secure, agile, and cost-effective infrastructure and applications, empowering workers and citizens.
Sponsored By VMware
As companies make the move to the public cloud, they also discover that managing and maintaining cloud and hybrid environments efficiently and effectively adds complexity. If you’re considering the public cloud for the delivery of virtual desktops and applications, it’s vital to understand the challenges and choose the right solution to fit your business needs.
In this paper we examine the relative costs and other advantages of four different cloud infrastructure approaches, two based on private or on-premises clouds and two on public clouds. These public and private approaches can in turn be combined to create a hybrid cloud deployment.
The purpose of this study is to provide readers with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of VMware Cloud on AWS on their organizations.
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Whether you are faced with moving specific applications to the cloud, having to refresh your infrastructure, or are looking to evacuate your data center, VMware CloudTM on AWS can fit your needs. Learn more in your interactive info brief
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