NASA’s Jeff Walter says open source opens the talent pool to advance its cloud strategy
NASA Langley’s data systems engineering deputy says open source applications give the agency more flexibility to build skills and adapt applications to modern architectures.
USCIS’s Adrian Monza on powering new capabilities in the cloud
Citizenship and Immigration Services’ deputy CISO reflects on how open source APIs and microservices helped fast track the agency’s move to the cloud.
Air Force’s Michael Kanaan on how containers and APIs drive innovation
Kanaan, co-chair for AI and machine learning says as air force adopts more microservices, it can nurture a business-to-developer community with its own airmen.
GSA’s Aidan Feldman on the evolving nature of the cloud native landscape
GSA’s technology director says the constant evolution of tooling and best practices for cloud requires leaders to constantly stay on top of changes.
NGA’s CISO on how APIs standardize consumption of geospatial data
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s Matt Conner shares that coupling APIs with strong identity and access controls secures data at the point of consumption.
Make the most of your cybersecurity capabilities before investing in more
Red Hat's Dave Egts explains how agencies can optimize their stack to make the most out of the technology they already have and strengthen their security posture.