US military services exchanging cloud-computing wisdom amid JADC2 push

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Army’s cloud-computing experts are increasingly chatting with colleagues in the Air Force and Navy, as the Department of Defense craves access to business and battlefield data at even the most remote locations.

The exchange across services, about disparate databases and systems, best practices and integration, are at this point “really maturing,” according to Gregg Judge, the acting director of the Army’s Enterprise Cloud Management Agency, or ECMA.

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