IBM Consulting

Achieving full mission readiness is becoming increasingly complex and requires dynamic defense technology solutions. Securing and protecting people, the nation, and information is impacted by a multitude of challenges including COVID-19. New threats and domains for warfare continually emerge, including cyber and space along with disruptive technologies, like AI and Quantum. Dealing with these threats necessitates using data as a critical enabler for information driven operations.
As defense departments navigate increasingly sophisticated threat landscapes, they are eyeing a shift to a DevSecOps mindset to ensure they can securely innovate. At a recent roundtable, produced by Government Executive Media Group and hosted by IBM and Red Hat®, experts across the DoD provided their insights on the critical role that DevSecOps plays to support the mission. These insights are captured in the Top Takeaways: 4 Ways the Defense Department Can Leverage DevSecOps and a report from the IBM Center for the Business of Government on Achieving Mission Outcomes through DevSecOps.
IBM can help you transition to an advanced hybrid cloud-based environment built on technology that is designed for your mission, including AI, SAP S/4HANA and “cloud to the edge” innovation. Through the IBM cloud management capabilities including Red Hat OpenShift®, you can securely access data anywhere within this new environment, regardless of cloud provider—or even if the information resides on in-house systems.

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2023 NCMS Technology Showcase: Puget Sound Naval Shipyard

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