InfoZen completes first phase of NASA website migration to cloud
- By Mark Hoover
- Aug 20, 2014
InfoZen has completed the first phase of its efforts to take NASA’s websites to the cloud.
Worth $40 million, the Web Enterprise Service Technologies blanket purchase agreement was awarded to InfoZen at the end of 2012.
The company is moving NASA’s websites to a cloud-based open source content management system powered by Amazon Web Services, which saves NASA 25 percent in monthly operations and maintenance costs, and has streamlined application modernization within a FedRAMP-compliant environment, InfoZen said in a release.
“WESTPrime provides a cloud-based environment for NASA to efficiently and securely deliver content and applications to employees, contractors, researchers, and partners across the U.S. and around the world,” said Roopangi Kadakia, NASA Web Services executive.
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