November 9, 2022
All times are EST. Attendees are eligible to receive 2.5 CPE credits.
Modern warfare stretches far beyond the battlefield. As the threat landscape circles the globe, devices including unmanned drones, satellites, sensors, and laptops are collecting, sending, and receiving data from the network’s edge, despite intermittent communications environments and size, weight, and power limitations. To enable better and faster decision-making, the DoD is focused on moving data storage and compute functions to the edge for real-time insight and analysis, improved efficiency and most important – faster critical decisions. Join us to hear how the DoD is advancing missions at the edge.
What can your agency accomplish at the edge? Join Intel to hear how standards-based edge technology and market-ready packages can be quickly – and securely – deployed at the edge to deliver the efficiencies you need to achieve mission success – no matter where your edge may be.
The next frontier in technology is quantum computing, which will transform our ability to solve difficult problems that were previously thought to be unsolvable. Combining the results of quantum algorithms with classical computers will unleash a wealth of real-time data that can support government missions in a fraction of the time that is required today. Our panel discussion with IBM and Red Hat will explore best practices for running heterogenous workflows that combine classical and quantum computing requirements.
All modernization roadmaps include the cloud – but not all clouds are created equal. This is especially true for agencies working to meet unique mission requirements. This panel discussion will explore Red Hat’s cloud-as-a-service model and the services available through commercial marketplaces that offer quick development, deployment, and evolution of applications to help achieve agency modernization goals.
The Department of Defense is pushing boundaries with artificial intelligence and machine learning to rapidly deploy and update drone functionality. The goal: ensure data analysis takes advantage of the most up-to-date learning models. Join us to hear more about the infrastructure and tools needed to successfully deploy and manage AI at the network’s edge, and opportunities for mission impact.
Federal agencies are in the crosshairs of savvy cyber attackers. As agencies respond to this reality – and myriad cyber mandates – they are building cybersecurity into nearly every activity. Join our cybersecurity fireside chat to learn how a layered, defense-in-depth approach provides security across the entire infrastructure and application life cycle. Find ways to build resiliency into your network, creating less down time in case of a breach.
In this session, learn how agencies can solve critical challenges and accelerate business insights by quickly building and deploying artificial intelligence and machine learning models that integrate open-source applications. Our speakers will share firsthand insights and opportunities available through data science.
*Program agenda subject to change.