Saving $1 million a week in fuel costs
Preventing $5–$6 billion in refund payments related to fraudulent tax returns
Balancing risk with speed in the transformation of government business
Changing the future force with software
Reducing Space Command and Control software delivery timelines from years to weeks
Delivering business value at startup speed
“The legacy application that we had before took about three years to build and was about 10 times the cost of what we were able to do in six months with VMware’s support.”
Col Jennifer M. Krolikowski, United States Space Force
Reduce time it takes to achieve authority to operate (ATO) through automation and standardization.
Adopt DevSecOps practices and take advantage of new tools, architectures and shifts in software development to improve security at every layer.
Leverage a consistent and repeatable platform for seamless ‘push to prod’ across any infrastructure.
Create a culture of automation that streamlines and simplifies getting software to users.
Create a consistent and secure open source catalog, specific to your needs and requirements.
Bring best of breed open source projects to bear within your organization.
Create a proven and lasting strategy for your existing application portfolio.
Build a multi-cloud Kubernetes platform for repeatable and scalable application migration and management.
Quickly and simply deploy Kubernetes to manage containers and virtual machines on-premise and across multiple clouds.
Leverage existing VMware skill sets for Kubernetes embedded into vSphere for simple deployment and management.
Integrate into existing pipelines, tools, and infrastructure for speed, security, and scalability improvements.
We know government agencies have unique, stringent requirements for any IT initiative. Through joint work with numerous federal clients, VMware Tanzu today meets over 80% of Authority to Operate (ATO) requirements out of the box. It also enables compliance with FedRAMP, FISMA, DIACAP/RMF, ICD503, and various Defense Department requirements. That means government agencies spend less time juggling compliance requirements and more time building software that delivers real outcomes.