Legacy IT silos once built to support hardware-specific operations are draining resources and preventing U.S. military organizations from optimizing support for warfighters around the globe. This is why military organizations have mandated the expansion of virtualization across servers, networks and storage, to increase efficiency, improve responsiveness and lower costs.
Federally mandated requirements to expand virtualization have already helped military organizations reduce costs, along with space requirements, and some operational/management headaches. But there is more to be done to optimize support across all operations. The status of government defense virtualization efforts will be explored in this i360Gov webinar.
Defense sector experts will offer tips, advice and best practices to help any organization achieve better visibility across IT operations, along with greater application portability and mobility.
Our panel includes:
- Greg Garcia, Executive Director, U.S. Army Information Technology Agency
- Todd G. Myers, Senior Architect, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA)
- Jad El-Zein, Principal Engineer, Public Sector SET, VMware
Specifically, you will learn about:
- Regulations mandating virtualization first, and what military organizations should be doing to comply.
- Key components of software-defined infrastructures that can accelerate automation and enable greater innovation in support of warfighters around the globe.
- Tips, advice and best practices to help any organization achieve better visibility across IT operations, along with greater application portability and mobility.
- How to move beyond typical IT management headaches to reduce overhead, and do more with current resources and IT expertise.
Whether your organization is just beginning to abstract applications, virtualizing primarily only non-critical workloads, or working to virtualize mission-critical operations to achieve IT-as-a-Service, you will gain invaluable insights by viewing this webinar.