SAIC, HashiCorp Partner to Support Federal Cloud Mgmt; Josh Jackson Quoted

Josh Jackson
Josh Jackson

Science Applications International Corp. has partnered with HashiCorp to jointly support federal information technology and cloud management efforts.

SAIC said Tuesday it will use HashiCorp’s infrastructure provisioning and data security offerings to address customer needs.

HashiCorp’s Vault works to secure access to private computing information such as passwords and tokens. The company's Terraform product allows users to define data center infrastructures.

The partnership also provides SAIC with expertise in HashiCorp’s products in support of joint work.

“We’re proud to partner with HashiCorp to drive transformation for our federal customers,” said Josh Jackson, executive vice president and general manager of SAIC’s solutions and technology group. 

Coby Holloway, vice president of IT modernization at SAIC, said HashiCorp’s portfolio features infrastructure-as-code offerings, cyber tools and automation required for cloud management.

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