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John Hale: DISA Eyes MilCloud 2.0 Migration in Next 5 Months

The Defense Information Systems Agency has started to transition mission partners to the second version of the MilCloud platform after the technology received provisional authorization from the Defense Department in March to host controlled unclassified information, Federal News Radio reported Monday. “We have laid out a plan that over the next four-to-five months …

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DISA Hosts Symposium on Cloud Technology Applications

The Defense Information Systems Agency has administered a symposium made to promote the use of cloud technology to the military and other government agencies. The symposium was held Tuesday at the DISA headquarters, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, the agency said. The event brought together over 800 combatant commands, military men …

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DISA Unveils Three-Tiered Approach to Cloud Computing; John Hale Comments

The Defense Information Systems Agency has introduced a three-tiered approach for the military’s cloud computing and security network at a summit held July 26 in Washington. DISA said Wednesday the three-tiered plan consists of traditional computing, on-premise private cloud and off-premise commercial cloud offerings. The agency unveiled the plan at the Advanced …

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John Hale: Commercial Providers Will Operate DISA’s Next milCloud Iteration on DoD Property

John Hale, chief of the Defense Information Systems Agency‘s cloud portfolio, has said commercial providers will maintain and operate DISA’s future milCloud 2.0 private cloud platform on Defense Department property with access only available to DoD data and users. Hale told an Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association symposium audience that DISA plans to …

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