How Oracle Cloud applications support JWCC with innovative cloud capability

November 4, 2021 | 3 minute read
Julia Vagdati
Product Marketing Director
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In July 2021, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announced a new direction for enterprise cloud services called the Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability (JWCC). Conceived as a project to supersede the previous Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) single-cloud configuration, JWCC will provide the DoD with enterprise cloud solutions and hyper-scale cloud services through a new multivendor IDIQ contract.

Oracle is a long-standing strategic partner of the U.S. Federal Government and helps the U.S. Department of Defense meet critical missions with the most complete portfolio of cloud services, which includes Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS).

Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications support DoD mission readiness with the world’s most complete, connected SaaS suite. By delivering a modern user experience and continuous innovation, Oracle is committed to the DoD’s success with quarterly updates across the entire mission: finance, human resources, supply chain, manufacturing, projects, procurement, maintenance, and service.

With built-in support for Impact Level 4 (IL4), and secure access via DoD BCAPs, the DoD community can use Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications to break down silos, quickly convert data into insights for data-driven and timely decision making, embrace the latest innovations, and improve user collaboration and performance.

Oracle SaaS solutions are cloud native and built with emerging technologies included. The DoD can leverage advanced data analytics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, process automation, IoT, and blockchain to further their data dominance vision. Oracle’s SaaS solutions have published REST APIs and SOAP services, enabling the DoD to rapidly extend their capabilities using low-code/no-code development tools to meet unique military requirements. Extending SaaS offerings keeps the integrity of the solution, which allows for quarterly upgrades.

Moreover, with an investment of over $6B a year, Oracle is adding new functionality every quarter; for instance, Federal Financials Cloud  and Federal Human Capital Management functionality vital to DoD and federal customers.  DoD agencies can leverage these capabilities to modernize their processes for these critical functional mission areas, achieve a significant TCO reduction, and innovate faster. 

“Oracle cloud applications provide the warfighter with the breadth and depth of functionality they need for critical missions. Oracle doesn’t just offer an IL4, FedRAMP certified, secure, reliable, cost-effective option that drives cost savings and efficiency, it exceeds those expectations that leads to the innovation for agency modernization.” said Tamara Greenspan, Group Vice President & GM, Oracle Federal Applications.   “With Oracle Cloud, the warfighter has access to transformational technologies like Digital Assistants, Machine Learning and AI that help them integrate real-time information into planning, eliminating delays in decision-making by delivering prescriptive insights.”

Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP was named a leader for fifth straight year for its comprehensive set of finance and operations capabilities and its native integration to the broader Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications suite supporting: Finance, Human Capital Management, Supply Chain and Manufacturing, Maintenance, Customer Experience and other critical business operations.  Oracle is the only cloud native and complete SaaS ERP solution that is based on a single data model and certified at DoD IL-4.

To learn more about Oracle’s innovative cloud solutions for JWCC read here.  

To learn how Oracle Cloud helps every federal mission with cost-effective FedRAMP-compliant cloud infrastructure and a comprehensive suite of integrated SaaS applications read here.

Julia Vagdati

Product Marketing Director

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