Public sector software reseller DLT Solutions has supplemented its licensing agreement from the Department of Navy with a program from Oracle.
The Herndon, Virginia-based company said Monday that it will implement Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in its work under the Oracle II enterprise licensing agreement. The DON intends to migrate some of their applications and content from the data center to the cloud.
“Adding OCI to the Oracle II Enterprise Licensing Agreement provides the DON with a cloud option that increases performance and operational efficiency of traditional and cloud-native applications in a secure and reliable environment,” said DLT Solutions President Chris Wilkinson.
OCI is a hosted environment program through which government users can construct and enact a variety of applications and services. Its features include compute functions and large storage capabilities, along with high-grade security measures built for handling sensitive materials.
The program’s introduction is intended to serve DON needs and mission requirements. Its multi-cloud structure will assist with their elaborate data management and analytics procedures.
Per Oracle Vice President of Federal Cloud Sales Mark Johnson, DLT’s addition of OCI will additionally help “streamline procurement, increase IT asset visibility, and significantly reduce costs for the DON.” Johnson is a two-time Wash100 Award winner.
DLT’s licensing agreement with the DON is beginning its final option year and the contract is worth over $370 million over its whole lifespan. The company is using its own enterprise agreement platform to arrange and negotiate the terms and rollout of the Oracle II enterprise licensing agreement. It is a competitive program that seeks to empower vendors and contract collaborators to maximize revenue and overcome hurdles.
Clearwater, Florida-based information technology distribution company Tech Data Corporation acquired DLT Solutions in October 2019.