July 29, 2013
ALEXANDRIA, Va., July 29 -- Faced with shrinking budgets in an era of sequestration, public sector organizations seek to rein in the mounting costs and operational burdens of sustaining stovepipe legacy systems based on proprietary interfaces. Increasingly, that means achieving greater efficiencies, improving interoperability, and enhancing operational agility from their IT systems through the adoption of cloud computing and service-oriented architecture (SOA) principles. Too often, however, the time, effort and complexity associated with legacy system transformation have hindered the government acquisitions community’s ability to do so. Today, WSO2 announces a new subsidiary, WSO2 Federal Systems, to address these challenges.
“Managing Big Data for the Intelligence Community.”
WSO2 Federal Systems will combine open source WSO2 technology with acquisitions program expertise to deliver mission-critical solutions for public sector organizations. Leading WSO2 Federal Systems are CEO Jonathan Marsh, who has served as WSO2 vice president of business development, and Director of Solutions Adam Firestone, who was WSO2 director of defense and government solutions. The business will be based within the Washington, DC Beltway where it will be well situated to serve its US government customer base.
“The government sector is well positioned to leverage the SOA and cloud transformation technologies, IT strategies and lessons learned by private industry. At the same time, there are challenges, requirements and processes unique to the defense and government sectors, knowledge of which is critical to a program’s success,” said Jonathan Marsh, WSO2 Federal Systems CEO. “Through WSO2 Federal Systems, we are combining our award-winning open source cloud, enterprise middleware and implementation successes with Global 1000 companies with deep expertise in the technical, programmatic, and systems engineering arenas to deliver secure, effective and economical solutions tailored to the demands of today’s government organizations.”
WSO2 Federal Systems Consulting Services
WSO2 Federal Systems will provide systems engineering, solutions development, production support and pre-production consulting on the WSO2 platform for US defense, intelligence, law enforcement, and government customers and contractors with an emphasis on:
About WSO2 Federal Systems
WSO2 Federal Systems, a subsidiary of WSO2 Inc., is focused on delivering mission-critical solutions to solve computing challenges across the spectrum of defense, intelligence, law enforcement, and civilian government operations. WSO2 Federal Systems will build on the comprehensive, open and modular capabilities of WSO2’s award-winning enterprise and cloud middleware. A management team with decades of technical, programmatic and engineering experience leads WSO2 Federal Systems. To learn more, visit: http://wso2federal.com.
WSO2 is the lean enterprise middleware company. It delivers the only complete open source enterprise SOA middleware stack purpose-built as an integrated platform to support today’s heterogeneous enterprise environments—internally and in the cloud. WSO2’s service and support team is led by technical experts who have proven success in deploying enterprise SOAs and contribute to the technology standards that enable them. For more information, visit http://wso2.com, or check out the WSO2 community on the WSO2 Blog, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, and FriendFeed.
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