Andrew Spiess, Enterprise Cloud Management Agency Warfighter Mission Area Liaison Officer, said that leveraging the benefits of cloud computing will enable 10th MTN to enhance situational awareness, improve decision-making processes and increase operational agility. I explained that I was able to
The move is exemplary of the recent focus on the adoption of Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) and Multi-Domain Operations (MDO) within the Army.
“This visionary approach has set the standard for future military operations,” said Spiess. “We have solidified our position as a leader in the digital transformation of the military.”
The 10th MTN’s move to cloud computing was not without its challenges. Limited resources in the early stages offered the force an opportunity to take the lead in shaping the future of fighter command and control.
“My officer said it would take two weeks to get the 10th MTN into the cloud and get something working,” said Chief Warrant Officer 2 Patrick, 10th MTN Information Services Technician. McNamee said. “We were finally able to meet our timeline and deploy some systems in the cloud.
MTN’s 10th Division began with a cautious approach to cloud computing, but quickly embraced its potential. The company added over 60 systems to the cloud and connected them to on-premises services to take advantage of the scalability and flexibility that the cloud offers.
In addition, deploying nearly all of our tactical systems in the cloud gives us easy access to critical information in real time.
Army Chief of Staff General James C. McConville said, “We must be prepared and ready to make hasty sorties around the world to reassure our allies and partners.” said.
To further maximize the benefits of cloud computing, 10th MTN developed and deployed virtual desktops that reduce bandwidth consumption, providing users with a seamless and secure experience regardless of location or device. .
This innovative solution lets you harness the power of the cloud without the need for complex on-premises systems.
The 10th MTN saw the potential of cloud computing to revolutionize military operations and explored its capabilities. Despite facing many restrictions, the division persevered and paid off.
“Although the division is in a location that can be deployed in one theater of operations overseas, it manages and deploys resources for brigades that exercise at the Joint Readiness Training Center,” Spiess said. A single virtual desktop!”
By creating standards for the Army’s connected and disconnected use of cloud computing, they paved the way for other units to follow suit and reap the benefits of this technology. With this novel approach, 10th MTN not only improved its own operations, but also laid the foundation for its cloud management agency Enterprise, ensuring that tactical formations were more coordinated, agile, and informed. bottom.
“Originally, we weren’t using the cloud at all. It seemed like a buzzword to say we were in the cloud rather than something that offered functional or operational benefits. We were there,” added McNamee. “In some cases, we still have some hesitant reps who are not familiar with the cloud concept. We plan to use the cloud to support the JRTC rotation of 2BCT, which is a big step towards utilizing the cloud from a combatant perspective.
“We are most proud of the support from Command and G6, as well as our external partners who have helped implement the architecture and have continued to support cloud development.”
“Cloud computing and digital transformation in the military is a team sport because it requires collaboration and coordination across multiple departments and stakeholders,” Spiess explains.
“The Army operates in a complex and dynamic environment, and digital transformation requires a holistic approach to modernizing technology infrastructure and processes. Cloud Computing and Digital Transformation in the Army. Successful implementation of the initiative requires collaboration among multiple stakeholders, aligns technology goals with the overall mission, and integrates cutting-edge technologies into existing infrastructure. requires a cross-functional team of experts to ensure seamless operations.”
This approach sets the standard for future military operations and solidifies the 10th MTN’s position as a leader in digital transformation of the military.
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