Software AG Government Solutions is thrilled to be a part of AFCEA NOVA's 19th Annual Air and Space Forces IT Day as a bronze sponsor. This year's theme is Enterprise to the Edge: Cloud and Data Enabling MDO.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announced its new data strategy in October 2020. In it, the DoD shared its plan to transform into a data-centric organization by using data to help the department fulfill a number of missions. With a focus on API-led hybrid integration, we will address some of the challenges facing the DoD data strategy – accessibility, discoverability, security, and scalability – and discuss the capabilities required for a successful implementation of the DoD Data Strategy.
Join us to learn how to:
• Unlock data from any data source
• Rapidly expose data and services with APIs
• Support a collaborative API lifecycle
• Secure your APIs and implement zero-trust architectures
• Share up-to-date information quickly and reliably with APIs
This virtual event is a one-day exposition with vendor speaking sessions being held virtually. Attendees will consist of Department of State (DOS) employees, including Bureau of Information Resource Management (IRM) personnel along with other departments from across the DOS enterprise. Software AG Government Solutions is excited to sponsor and present at the DoS Virtual IT Vendor Day - stay tuned for more details.
Telework induced by the COVID-19 pandemic forced federal agencies to pivot their IT modernization strategies. In 2021, emerging technologies like 5G and new approaches to IT like Agile are shaking up the way agencies tackle modernization. This event will draw insight from agencies and federal IT leaders at the cutting edge of IT modernization trends.
As a gold sponsor, Software AG Government Solutions' Jeff Chancellor will be participating in the Cloud Solutions to Support Agency Missions panel. You won't want to miss it!
The US Federal Government published an Application Rationalization Playbook to assist agencies on maximizing their IT investments. The playbook was developed by the Cloud and Infrastructure Community of Practice (C&I CoP) as a practical approach for agencies to get started on their application rationalization journey.
Government systems are in a constant state of change. From new regulations, new ways of interacting, changing employee and constituent expectations, evolving security threats, and for a host of other reasons requires us to change and modernize our technology.Many organizations are starting to embrace the use of APIs and microservices.
Governments are increasingly adopting a more comprehensive enterprise architecture approach for managing their technology assets. Some organizations are pushing further, implementing a “technology business management” platform that brings together every aspect of IT within a unified framework.
To this day, government and higher education institutions leverage extremely stable mainframe applications in their day-to-day business. The problem with these applications is the poor user experience and the ability to scale as demand warrants, but, on the other hand, rewriting these applications can be costly and risky.