Advanced Cloud Computing and Analytic Services

GEOINT Symposium Classified Day sponsor Quadrint supports NGA modernization and much more

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Quadrint has supported the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) with cloud modernization, data analytics, and more for nearly 20 years.

One major initiative Quadrint contributed to significantly was the migration of NGA applications from data centers to Amazon C2S.

“We moved 20 full application stacks out of data centers and to the cloud, and in the process helped NGA define its approach to accrediting applications,” said Managing Principal Glenn Merberg.

Today, Quadrint offers advanced C2S consulting and is promoting cloud modernization across the greater Intelligence Community. In April, the company was awarded a GSA IT Schedule 70 Cloud Special Item Number (SIN) to include cloud-related IT professional services such as assessing, preparing, refactoring, migrating, integrating, and developing new native cloud applications.

In addition to cloud computing, Quadrint has built out “enterprise-scale, multi-fabric analytics capabilities” for NGA, Mergberg continued. “We are architecting the data analytics environments in such a way that it supports AI and machine learning, so as the agency pushes further in that direction the structure is in place to support the adoption of these newer tools and approaches.”

Quadrint is the sponsor for USGIF’s GEOINT 2019 classified session to be held June 13 at NGA Campus East in Springfield, Va., and will have strong representation at the event, just as it did at GEOINT 2019 in San Antonio.

“NGA is our biggest customer,” Merberg said. “We look forward to seeing where the community is going and meeting with colleagues to learn about the latest priorities and technology.”

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