- Forge.mil upgrades to TeamForge 7.2 to provide users with customer driven features and improvements
- How Forge.mil Changed the Way the DoD Develops Software
- Forge.mil Case Study
- Forge Capabilities Webinar
- DoD Enterprise Service Management Framework Forum
- Agile Software Collaboration & Delivery for the Federal Government
Community: Aditional Capabilities
milCloud is composed of the following services:
- Infrastructure as a Service: Provides self-service, auto provisioning of a Virtual Data Center (VDC) where the mission partner is accountable for the VDC vice only the application
- milCloud Orchestrator: Auto provisioning of software in support of Agile Development, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Delivery
The Virtual Data Center (VDC) is logically analogous to an enclave in a physical datacenter where customers can configure and manage compute, storage, and network resources as necessary to meet their system requirements.
Usage of computing resources within the VDC is enabled via a self-service web-based management utility. Within a VDC, resources can be configured and managed by the customer with a high degree of flexibility and self-service control, or the resources can be configured using milCloud’s Orchestration services (CEMS).
To learn more and request an estimate on cloud computing products, visit https://www.milcloud.mil/ (Access requires a DoD CAC).
The Cloud Ecosystem Management Service (CEMS) is a cloud orchestration and cloud services software that empowers users to leverage DISA Cloud Services in developing, validating, securing and fielding software systems.
CEMS enables users to achieve their objectives of Agile Development, Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery.
CEMS provides access to and automation of the resources necessary for the development, testing and fielding of simple to complex software systems, pulling from a library of assets (software tools, virtual systems, networks, source code, tests, etc.) and a collection of provisioning, testing and code building services. Users are able to collaborate in new ways on the design and execution of their systems and build on top of previous best practices and ideas via the library.
To learn more and find out how to register for a CEMS account read the milCloud Orchestration Cloud Ecosystem Management Service Information Data Sheet.