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Frederick Henry: New DISA Cloud Service Built for Core Data Center Level

cloudThe Defense Information Systems Agency has launched a cloud computing service for U.S. military and civilian agencies to manage virtual infrastructures, InformationWeek reported Tuesday.

Henry Kenyon writes that DISA’s MilCloud offering is designed to help Pentagon organizations configure information systems, secure communications and access mission applications.

“MilCloud allows us to … integrate various applications at the CDC [core data center] level,” said Brig. Gen. Frederick Henry, DISA chief of staff, according to Kenyon’s article.

InformationWeek reports that DISA customers can order self-service online network management tools through the program.

DISA designed the MilCloud products and services portfolio to integrate with the Defense Department‘s information networks and comply with DoD security requirements.

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