The IT function of federal government agencies is in transition. Agencies are shrinking their hardware and becoming more efficient. They’re moving from siloed, inefficient, legacy systems to IT networks with architectures that promise greater flexibility, easier scalability and more usability. Agencies are streamlining functionality by consolidating data centers and moving toward integrated and converged systems. Making the transition requires making difficult choices.
The federal government’s cloud-first policy encourages agencies to shift data and services off-premise, but modernization is more complex than simply abiding by that mandate. With the goal of advancing agencies’ missions in mind, when is cloud the best option? A hybrid solution? Some agencies are taking the next step with hyperconverged infrastructure, a software-defined approach that further condenses infrastructure for greater flexibility and for better scaling and cloud migration. In this webcast, we will discuss federal agencies’ streamlining of infrastructure, including opportunities presented by integrated and converged systems.
Scheduled to speak
Chief, Technology Transition
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity [IARPA]
Office of the Director of National Intelligence
This webcast will take place on 10/2 at 2pm ET
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