Navy Plans to Build Ship Equipped with Edge Cloud Future Combat System

Navy Plans to Build Ship Equipped with Edge Cloud Future Combat System

As per the RFI, NAVSEA is seeking industry partners that have experience and performance capabilities in a few important areas – IaaS design and integration; systems engineering; technical data packages; integrated logistics support, maintenance and operations training; diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages, hardware, and software version release tracking; and integrated logistics support, maintenance, and operations training.

Fremont, CA: The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) is looking for industry input as it hopes to invest in ship-mounted cloud computing infrastructure as included in the Navy’s broader future strategy for network-centric naval warfare.

Top 10 Maritime Consulting/Services Companies - 2020In an August 25 request for information (RFI), NAVSEA sought the private sector’s help on migrating away from its current data and systems. Specifically, the Navy stated that it is seeking information on how to – with a private-sector vendor – architect, implement and migrate to a globally managed computing infrastructure (CI) delivered as Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), allowing Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) to support the Surface Navy fielding in 2023 and beyond.

The Navy also stated that the edge cloud architecture utilizing IaaS consists of computing, network, and storage components; networked equipment; and the underlying software IaaS layer that provides the CI resources to mission applications and other Navy components that will reside on the CI.

As per the RFI, NAVSEA is seeking industry partners that have experience and performance capabilities in a few important areas – IaaS design and integration; systems engineering; technical data packages; integrated logistics support, maintenance and operations training; diminishing manufacturing sources and material shortages, hardware, and software version release tracking; and integrated logistics support, maintenance, and operations trai

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