MacB Subsidiary Adds Cloud Deployment Feature to Cyber Defense Platform for Govt Clients

MacAulay-Brown‘s Enlighten IT Consulting subsidiary has updated its proprietary cyber defense environment in a push to help government clients implement, manage and secure cloud-based technology.

Version 2.5 of the Rapid Analytic Deployment and Management Framework provides an option for potential federal customers such as the Defense Department to deploy more than 40 open source technologies at production scale to aid their analytics development tasks, MacB said Thursday.

RADMF employs a central deployment interface designed to help users manage multiple environments from a singular built-in interface.

The Amazon Web Services GovCloud-powered tool can be obtained on the Big Data Platform production environment via AWS and OpenStack platforms, MacB noted.

“Our goal is to enable customers to focus on developing cost-effective analytics to meet and exceed mission objectives, and not have to worry about the platform they are using or the technologies that support it,” said Shawn Justice, senior vice president and general manager of the Enlighten IT Group.

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