Pair to Discuss the Department of Defense’s Cloud-Based Software Development
BRISBANE, Calif., Nov. 11, 2010 — CollabNet®, the leader in Agile application lifecycle management (Agile ALM) in the Cloud, announced today that Guy Martin, the company’s community management and strategic consultant, and Aaron Lippold, a computer scientist and technical adviser for the Forge.mil project, the Chief Information Assurance Executive, and the Chief Technology Officer of the Defense Information Systems Agency on issues of security, information assurance, and open technology, will team up to present at the UP 2010 Cloud Computing Conference.
The pair will deliver a presentation titled, “Forge.mil: The DoD Goes to the Clouds for Better Software Development.” More information about the presentation is available at http://www.up-con.com/content/forgemil-dod-goes-clouds-better-software-development.
|WHO:||CollabNet’s Guy Martin and Forge.mil’s Aaron Lippold|
|WHAT:||A case study of the development of the Department of Defense’s (DoD’s) Forge.mil initiative, which has garnered more than 6,000 members and 360 projects in the last year and a half. Attendees will learn from first-hand experience how Cloud-based resources and services are transforming the way the DoD develops software.|
|WHEN:||5:00 p.m. EST, Wednesday, November 17, 2010|
|WHERE:||Up 2010 Cloud Computing Conference
Paid Registration: http://www.up-con.com/register
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