Military Embedded Systems

milCloud 2.0 uses machine learning and cyber sensing to speed innovation


February 02, 2021

Emma Helfrich

Technology Editor

Military Embedded Systems

GDIT photo.

RESTON, Va. General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT), a business unit of General Dynamics, announced the availability of Amazon Web Services (AWS) through the milCloud 2.0 contract, providing Department of Defense (DoD) mission partners access to an expanded portfolio of secure cloud services. 

According to the company, milCloud 2.0 is intended to offer ease of use and affordability for mission-critical applications and data. This solution is designed to allow mission partners to take advantage of the latest technology and innovate more quickly with artificial intelligence, machine learning, cyber sensing, and other emerging capabilities.

milCloud 2.0 aims to enable the DoD and the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to accelerate cloud adoption, simplify acquisition, achieve cost savings, and improve mission effectiveness through a single contract.

Users across the DoD enterprise could leverage the milCloud 2.0 contract for migrations, application modernization, and new application development, and may take advantage of cloud services from AWS in areas such as analytics, edge computing, end user computing, and security. 


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