A key competitive advantage of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) is the use of powerful, innovative mission applications delivered to analysts on reliable and robust technology platforms. Unfortunately, legacy systems and processes may hinder their ability to adapt quickly to new threats and build capabilities to accommodate unknown future threats critical to our nation's security. This webinar will highlight 5 imperatives the IC must adopt including modern application development methodologies that will help transform its IT and compete with its adversaries.
Red Hat has a unique understanding of the IC given our global customer reach and on-site security-cleared associates. Red Hat® software helps customers create and sustain thousands of enterprise applications critical to businesses, institutions, and governments.
Join this webinar where we’ll cover:
- Establishing and enact high standards
- Rethinking acquisition and operations and maintenance (O&M)
- Respecting the dev, trusting the ops
- Getting modern stay modern
- Owning your outcome
Live-event date: Wednesday, April 24, 2019 | 2 p.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
Account manager in intelligence middleware, Red Hat
Brian Shimkaveg is an account manager in intelligence middleware at Red Hat. He previously worked as a U.S. Navy submarine officer and nuclear engineer supporting intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR), and other submarine missions. After the Navy, Brian worked in the financial industry in fixed-income, credit, and risk-management markets. In 2009, he returned to supporting the Intelligence Community (IC) in technical and process-oriented leadership roles. Brian joined Red Hat in 2014 to help the IC through supported open source solutions and mission application development with Red Hat. Brian brings a unique combination of business, technical, and IC mission experiences.