Jackpine receives follow-on contract
Jackpine Technologies has received a two-year, $12 million follow-on contract to continue supporting its cloud, security and DevOps orchestration platform currently being used by the US Department of Defense (DoD), the company announced on 6 March.
The contract expands the scope and reach of DevSecOps to help address organisations migrating to, or incorporating cloud technology into their existing operations.
Jackpine’s inclusive, cloud-based approach to DevSecOps has made its CONS3RT SaaS product suitable to address DoD needs and allow the safe and secure acceleration of software development efforts.
The CONS3RT-based HmC SaaS has logged over ten million hours in development, test production and cyber environments.
The new contract allows support of software development and effective use of cloud technologies on networks at higher levels of security. The award will ensure the continued support of the existing 3000 plus users as well as enable new customers to sign on more quickly and easily.
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