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We view our customers as partners and collaborate with them closely to provide the most innovative solutions for their specific mission need. Our expertise includes assisting DHS with risk and threat assessment, developing e-Gov infrastructure, health care fraud detection, Web security and more. For over 15 years, customers have come to us in need of solutions that improve performance and deliver results. Please view our case study below for more information.

 

NASA | Moving NASA to the Cloud for Cost Savings & Efficiency

Customer Need: NASA wanted to embrace the cloud and consolidate web hosting, operations, and security activities to reduce costs, improve performance, and comply with federal mandates, while still maintaining control of its websites and applications. Under the Web Enterprise Service Technologies (WEST) Prime contract, NASA sought a cloud-based solution for internal and external websites and web applications, including services such as content management.

Our Approach: In only 13 weeks, InfoZen migrated 65 websites and applications to the cloud using its LaunchRAMP® Enterprise Cloud Broker Solution, including the agency’s flagship NASA.gov website. We consolidated and integrated web service delivery capability for Sandbox, Development, Test, Staging, and Production environments, and provided NASA.gov with a completely new architecture based on cloud technologies. The portal is now designed to handle a significant load and defend against security attacks.

Result: Following the migration, NASA is now saving more than 25 percent in monthly operations and maintenance costs and has streamlined application modernization within a secure, FedRAMP-compliant environment. The new cloud-based infrastructure will enable NASA.gov to rapidly scale to handle the 600,000 unique visits per day and 140 million unique visits per year that the site receives. The evolution from a proprietary content management system to a cloud-based open source model has enabled new levels of collaboration across geographically dispersed NASA facilities and partners throughout academia and industry, and the shared services approach is delivering new levels of transparency into IT performance while empowering the organization's content creators to update online assets in minutes rather than hours. To learn more, please Click On This Link to download/view an infographic.