For organizations today, cloud offers the potential for reduced operating costs and infrastructure complexity, baked-in security, and the opportunity to scale and innovate at new levels. To accelerate the promise of cloud solutions in the Federal Government, the Office of Management and Budget released the new federal cloud computing strategy—Cloud Smart—to help guide agency adoption.
While this strategy may encourage federal agencies to jumpstart their journey to the cloud, there are a myriad of questions to consider on the way to an actionable roadmap and a practical migration plan:
- What applications should be migrated to the cloud and when?
- Is a hybrid or multi-cloud strategy better for the mission needs?
- What are the implications of a shared responsibility model?
- After the cloud migration, what needs to happen next?
As a full-spectrum systems integrator with a network of more than 500 cloud practitioners, Booz Allen has extensive experience navigating these questions to provide clients with strategy, engineering, and transition services. Our solutions encompass a comprehensive business assessment and roadmap development, along with cloud migration, management, procurement, and security—and our specialty is in aggregating industry solutions into a government-led, cloud ecosystem, and transforming infrastructures into hybrid, and multi-cloud environments.
Booz Allen is a top partner with the leading cloud platforms including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform with specialized competencies in areas including DevSecOps, cloud migration, and government. We also have deep partnerships with other technology providers, such as Red Hat, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, and NVIDIA, to deliver the best integrated solution for the mission.
Booz Allen is engaged for both our cloud expertise and cyber and data science proficiency, where FedRAMP High Baseline requirements are a must. We’ve migrated more than 400 applications to the cloud for large- and small-scale organizations and are uniquely qualified to support the integration of cloud services into enterprise environments.