TechFlow Seeks to Help Address Public Sector Tech Requirements Through New Alliance

TechFlow has established an alliance with Resilient Scale, Stark & Wayne and SuperOrbital to help federal customers adopt new technology platforms that can support government missions.

All four companies introduced the Continuous Delivery Alliance during the Cloud Foundry 2019 North American Summit that took place in Philadelphia, TechFlow said Monday.

CDA intends to offer agencies with expertise in technology platforms such as Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, AWS, Azure and GCP, as well as share practices for continuous integration and DevSecOps.

“The goal of the alliance is to pool our resources and knowledge to make experienced expert services available to the public sector,” said Greg Godbout, chief digital officer of TechFlow.

The consortium seeks to assist federal, state and local agencies from the contracting process to the implementation phase.

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