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Army to Release New Cloud Service Infrastructure in Coming Weeks

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Army to Release New Cloud Service Infrastructure in Coming Weeks

The U.S. Army will soon release a new version of its cloud services infrastructure that streamlines the way users access secure cloud applications.

In a webinar broadcasted by Federal News Network on Tuesday, Army Chief Information Officer Leonel Garciga said the so-called cArmy 2.0 builds on lessons the service branch learned from its initial implementation of a cloud network.

The new cloud solution is expected to improve overall delivery by introducing automation and simplicity into the cloud architecture while ensuring it is capable of providing critical information to users, DefenseScoop reported.

Garciga, a past Potomac Officers Club event speaker and 2024 Wash100 winner, disclosed that the Army still plans to adopt the Department of Defense’s Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability even with the new cArmy.

The military branch announced the Army Cloud Plan in 2020, laying out its vision for how to use the technology to ensure a competitive advantage on the battlefield.

To ensure the success of its cloud migration efforts, the service established the Enterprise Cloud Management Office, a field operating agency under the Office of the Chief Operating Officer responsible for the adoption and optimization of cloud computing.

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