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(260) How the Department of Defense Moved to Kubernetes and Istio - Nicolas Chaillan - YouTube
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kubecon  2019  usaf  air  force  f16 
3 days ago by pinterb
How Cloud Foundry Is Changing Future for Enterprises Moving to Cloud
'Another user, the U.S. Air Force, was spending 70 percent of its IT budget on “keeping the lights on,” Kearns said. Development time was slow, and applications often ended up outdated by the time they shipped. “Using Cloud Foundry enabled them to put more workloads into the cloud, and they flipped that budget allocation. Now, 70 percent of the budget goes to new applications.”'
proofpoints  cloudfoundry  USAF  legacy  digitaltransformation 
3 days ago by cote
SAFe recommendations for USAF
"You cannot scale if you don't have the 'basics' right."
SAFe  digitaltransformation  agile  usaf 
4 days ago by cote
Twitter
RT : 🚨🚨🚨 MASSIVE 🇺🇸 ✈ DC10, B752, C5-M, C30Js and C-17As continues to mobilizing into Middle-East right now over A…
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16 days ago by edelagrave
THE GATE RUNNER: How a bizarre breach at Mildenhall transformed base security across the Air Force
The guards at Mildenhall’s Gate 15 knew right away they had a situation on their hands when the man pulled up in a black Volvo station wagon with a 2-foot, brown teddy bear buckled to his chest.
mildenhall  usaf  weirdness  teddybear 
september 2019 by yorksranter
The Air Force Software Revolution
For example, at Kessel Run, they tried different-sized teams before deciding that about eight people make up the ideal product team. They also learned not every big idea worked as planned.
Cases  pivotalcustomers  govt  usaf  teamsize  book4  digitaltransformation  Agile  links  via:Workflow 
august 2019 by cote
Air Force Salutes Project SCOOP - INFORMS
Recently, say since about 2000, due considerably to rapidly rising industry globalization, mathematical modeling has become prominent in supply chain planning. Spreading into diverse industries, the tree from high on its trunk has grown a canopy. Large manufacturing firms in the automobile industry, in computers and others can model systems that coordinate locations/schedules/inventories for supply and processing of raw materials, subassemblies, final assembly, transportation and distribution involving hundreds of locations and hundreds of thousands of items // what if...it was a planned economy all along?
scoop  linearprogramming  kantorovich  usaf  history 
august 2019 by yorksranter
Twitter
This morning's breakfast with microgreens and MCT coffee before heading to the recruiter's office. Have a gre…
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july 2019 by andriak

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