For more than two years, Department of Defense (DoD) fourth estate agencies have undertaken the challenging task of migrating more than 100 data centers to milCloud 2.0. With the Fiscal Year 2020 deadline for that migration having passed on September 30, DoD agencies are focused on making sure their migration to milCloud 2.0 is driving toward outcomes that matter.

For agencies making the jump to milCloud 2.0, data accessibility is a critical factor in mission success. To help agencies realize the full potential of milCloud 2.0, GDIT, Pure Storage, and Cloudian, in conjunction with MeriTalk, are hosting a complimentary milCloud 2.0 webinar on Tuesday, October 20 from 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. EDT to discuss powering the future of cloud storage.

As part of milCloud 2.0, agencies have access to a data-centric architecture that supports all aspects of data, no matter the volume, velocity, variety, or veracity. During the complimentary webinar, industry experts will share how mission partners can accelerate all applications, enable hybrid cloud and DevOps agility, modernize data protection, build a data hub, and more.

Eric McGrane, milCloud 2.0 Growth Lead at GDIT, Nick Psaki, Federal Chief Technology Officer at Pure Storage, and Paul Thuman, Federal Sales Manager at Cloudian, will explain how DoD agencies can implement milCloud 2.0 Storage-as-a-Service, maximize high performance storage, and transition to object storage functions.

This webinar is part of a larger milCloud 2.0 Digital Bootcamp series, which is designed to provide mission partners a “look under the hood” and insight into the platform’s latest capabilities. Over the course of multiple webinars, the series covers the latest technologies in milCloud 2.0, including high performance storage, advanced data protection, and more.

To hear from the experts, register for the October webinar. You can also learn more about the milCloud 2.0 Digital Bootcamp series, view on-demand webinars, and register for upcoming events, by visiting this page.

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Kate Polit is MeriTalk's Assistant Copy & Production Editor covering the intersection of government and technology.