VMware’s Jeremiah Sanders: User-Centric Context-Based Modern Application Development Is a Mission Imperative for Government


Jeremiah Sanders, federal strategist at vmware (NYSE: VMW), said agencies looking to make progress modern application development should solicit user feedback to create user-centric applications that could make tasks easier.

“In government, developing modern apps is a mission imperative that encourages the use of common tools, saves time and money, improves cybersecurity, and enhances the citizen experience,” said writes Sanders.

He mentioned some of his observations during his career as a program manager in the US Air Force and how Kessel Run in partnership with VMware Tanzu Labs helped accelerate the development and delivery of new software capabilities to warfighters within hours. .

Sanders discussed the role of cloud technology in enabling software development organizations to achieve speed and agility and the need for them to work with vendors “who can provide highly automated service abstraction layers. for commercial, on-premises and hybrid clouds”.

He noted that the adoption of commercial shared services technology platforms could help government IT operators and developers become “laser-focused” on data and applications “by eliminating the complexities of building, running and managing the underlying computing stack”.


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