Rubrik | December 03, 2020
Rubrik, the Cloud Data Management Company, today declared it has finalized a significant negotiation in the Public Sector. The honor, worth more than $10M, will empower a characterized organization inside the US Government to modernize its undertaking reinforcement and give confirmation to strategic information. Rubrik will organize the development of information between on premises areas and cloud conditions over various locales.
The client chose the Rubrik Cloud Data Management Platform because of its tight coordination with VMware; key stage abilities, for example, LiveMount, moment recuperation and search usefulness. Besides, Rubrik conveyed on the extraordinary prerequisites and security principles for Amazon Web Services (AWS) Commercial Cloud Services (C2S).
“This contract is an integral part of a major infrastructure modernization initiative,” said Tom Kennedy, Vice President, US Public Sector at Rubrik. “Rubrik is addressing the need for the customer agency to modernize its enterprise backup, bolster critical mission assurance and complete a top-down overhaul of the legacy option it had in place, which was failing to keep pace with its enterprise’s adoption of virtualization and classified cloud. The simplicity and security of Rubrik’s platform offers the greatest value to manage and protect sensitive and critical mission data.”
This latest honor expands on the energy Rubrik has encountered in the exceptionally ordered portion of the US Government in the course of the most recent three years. The laser focal point of Rubrik's Special Access Programs Region, driven by Breal Madison, on the novel crucial necessities and security commands explicit to ordered clients has extended the organization's association with big business modernization endeavors over different IC part offices. Since 2018, Rubrik has made sure about different seven-figure, and now eight-figure, grants driven by the remarkable capacities of Rubrik's answers.
Rubrik works with key Value-Added Reseller (VAR) accomplices in the exceptionally characterized portion of the Public Sector. In this arrangement, ClearShark filled in as the innovation quickening agent to win this business. ClearShark is an IT Solutions Provider with a top of the line designing group made out of results-driven, mission-centered topic specialists from the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, and Department of Energy. ClearShark has grant winning organizations with industry-driving pioneers, as Rubrik, guaranteeing their clients get the ideal mix of items and administrations to dominate in their central goal destinations.
Rubrik, the Cloud Data Management Company, enables enterprises to maximize value from data that is increasingly fragmented across data centers and clouds. Rubrik delivers a single, policy-driven platform for data recovery, governance, compliance, and cloud mobility.
NOAA | October 27, 2020
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Google linked up to cooperatively steer artificial intelligence and machine learning-driven pilot projects that could advance the agency’s environmental monitoring, weather predicting, and climate research capabilities.
Through a three-year deal unveiled Tuesday, the two will collectively study and develop small-scale AI systems and eventually wider-ranging prototypes that might be infused across NOAA’s broader enterprise. Such resources would be of good use to the water and climate-focused agency, which is responsible for providing raw data for weather forecasts nationwide, including those used to predict hurricanes and other natural disasters.
nextgov | November 06, 2020
The Army’s central cloud services broker, the Enterprise Cloud Management Office, or ECMO, wants to simultaneously streamline and expand its offerings to service components and is looking for a vendor to manage the process. In a draft request for information posted Wednesday, ECMO put out a call for enterprise cloud management services for its cARMY program, with a focus on the importance of cloud services for meeting the Army’s data goals. “The Army’s ability to master the application of cloud computing is a critical enabler in the pursuit to operationalizing data by using artificial intelligence and machine learning, to use personnel, equipment, and logistics efficiently to accomplish the mission and in cyberspace warfare to protect the force and mission resources,” the draft RFI states.