Software-Pathways

Software Pathway Strategy

The Kessel Run Air Domain DevSecOps Portfolio consolidates 21 separate program efforts under a single acquisition strategy and establishes five Software Acquisition Pathway programs of record. The strategy outlines how Kessel Run will employ DevSecOps as a modernization tactic to deprecate current systems and transform them into an approach that increases responsiveness to the ever-changing technology and threat landscape.

GSA building

Kessel Run & TTS bring Chaos to Cloud.gov

Kessel Run and the U.S. General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Services (TTS) unveiled a collaboration that developed a capability able to host 100 million digital users an hour.

The Importance of Process

The Importance of Process

Capt. Dr. Ethan Sneider gives commentary on the importance of team work and establishing processes. His commentary focuses on lessons learned during his time deployed as an LNO with Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s Detachment 12, also known as Kessel Run, to the 609th Air Operations Command located at AL Udeid Air Base in Qatar.

Cope North 22 C2IMERA

C2IMERA used in multinational exercise

The Air Force recently used a Kessel Run application during Cope North 22, a multinational humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HA/DR), large force employment, and aerial combat training exercise.

Air Force Memorial

DoD outlines strategy to evolve warfighting software across the board

The Software Modernization Strategy was approved by the Department of Defense on Feb. 1, sending a revitalizing shockwave over the warfighting software ecosystem.