Federal agencies have had to re-think how they maintain the health of their applications, while also monitoring stability of the underlying infrastructure and ensuring appropriate Quality of Experience (QoE) for the end user. Read the ebook and learn how to ensure mission critical apps are always on and optimized with automatic and intelligent observability.
The Business of Government Hour a weekly conversation with government executives and thought leaders who are changing the way government does business. Host Michael J. Keegan speaks to guests about leadership, public management, innovation, and their vision of government in the 21st century. Interviews are informative, insightful, and in-depth conversations on topics & trends at the intersection of government, technology, and leadership.
This Fundamental Training is designed to introduce you to the concept of Shared Services, their history, QSMOs, and the acquisition process, as well as the benefits and barriers within this model.
This Sales Intelligence Briefing provides the basics of the federal government’s Zero Trust frameworks, as well as insights into upcoming milestones, insertion points, and implementation plans.
This Sales Intelligence Briefing contains an overview of the federal health IT market, as well as in-depth looks at the health IT-related trends and drivers for three of the most health-aligned federal organizations.
This training covers the ins and outs of Other Transaction Authority (OTA) and how DLT leverages its unique offerings to help its vendors and channel partners navigate this powerful, yet underutilized, procurement tool.
This year’s IBM Security X-Force Threat Intelligence Index presents an uncomfortable truth: as businesses, institutions and governments continue to adapt to a fast-changing global market—including hybrid and cloud-based work environments—threat actors remain adept at exploiting such shifts.
Join DLT’s ContinuousX Podcast on our concluding episode with James Edmonds, Project Manager for Kessel Run's DAGR application, as he shares insights from Kessel Run's operational successes and from overcoming their challenges with DevSecOps principles.
While Oracle drives new features and is always at the helm of the latest OpenJDK versions, it does not maintain the versions people actually use in production except for customers with Java SE subscriptions. Azul, by contrast, carries the community spirt of Sun Microsystems, dedicated to ensuring the versions of Java that you use remain secure and stable, and ensuring that Java is appropriately supported to be the language of choice in the enterprise.
In this resource, we explore how you can use technology — infused with human-centered design practices — to elevate your work while centering employee and customer needs.
Appian helps defense organizations build apps and workflows rapidly with a low-code platform. Combining people, technologies, and data in a single workflow, Appian can help organizations maximize the effectiveness of their resources and improve results. Many of the world’s largest organizations use Appian applications to improve constituent experience, achieve operational excellence, and simplify global risk management and compliance.
Powering optimization, efficiency, and better citizen experiences with Appian for state and local government. Take your next step toward a flexible, future-proof, and trusted platform.
Appian can help state & local government modernize across many different areas of need. With the need to accelerate and rapidly scale operations, choosing a frictionless and future-proof platform is the way forward. Read about how Appian has helped government organizations realize this vision, as well as why Appian may be a partner for you in your modernization efforts.
Take a look at the federal cloud computing market, focused on total cloud spend within specific DOD and civilian agencies.
Dive into the report to dig into these four key insights: 1. Cloud maturity—not just adoption—will be essential for 2022 tech advancements. 2. Surviving the Great Resignation will require increased investments in reskilling and upskilling programs. 3. Remote work is here to stay—but we need to improve how we work remotely. 4. You and your team can tackle anything in 2022 proactively and intentionally.