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Nicolas Chaillan: Air Force’s Joint All-Domain C2 Effort to Require New Data Architecture

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Nicolas Chaillan
Nicolas Chaillan

Nicolas Chaillan, chief software officer of the U.S. Air Force, said the service branch’s effort to link the military across all domains through the Joint All-Domain Command and Control program would not entail a major technology transformation but would require a "completely new" open-source data architecture, FedScoop reported Tuesday.

“It is all the same” technology, he told the publication Tuesday. The Air Force will use Kubernetes and containers to build the new data architecture.

Chaillan said the service plans to develop the data architecture and stacks with built-in automated security.

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