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CONS3RT 5.5 Released

The latest release of CONS3RT features a new System Builder that allows users to specify requirements for their system (OS, RAM, CPU). At Deployment Run time the user will be presented with all available templates in the selected cloudspace. This change enables greater choice for the user at launch time, which makes Systems, Scenarios and […]

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CONS3RT 5.4 Released

The latest CONS3RT release features new Impact Level governance. Each cloudspace and software asset has been given a maximum supported FedRamp/DoD Impact Level, which will be evaluated to prevent the deployment of data into a prohibited cloudspace. This includes support for DoD Impact Level 6 in classified environments. Also new in CONS3RT 5.4: Deployment Run […]

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CONS3RT 5.3 Released

The latest CONS3RT release features a new asset platform enforcement framework. Users can no longer add software assets to the wrong operating system. For example, the System Builder will not let a user save a Windows Firefox asset on a Linux operating system. This requires the platform field to be set on the asset. Also […]

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Sprawling intel system is first test for Air Force’s new commitment to open architecture

Relevant links are at the bottom of this post. Jared Serbu on Federal Drive with Tom Temin After years of expensive updates to its Distributed Common Ground System via slow, grinding block upgrades, the Air Force is ready for a change and says it’s fully invested in an agile methodology for the vast intelligence analysis system. […]

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CONS3RT 5.2 Released

The latest CONS3RT release brings the following new features: Fortify ElasticTest™ – Run on-demand HP Fortify scans for both source code asset and software asset workflows. Improved Project Visibility – Non-members can only see the basic information of a project; they must be a member to see project members and active runs. Late Binding Templates […]

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CONS3RT 5.1 Released

Starting with CONS3RT 5.1, the team will be delivering smaller, faster release every two weeks to get capabilities to users more quickly. The latest CONS3RT release includes: ElasticTest™ Power Management – ElasticTest tools now power down when tests are completed to free up resources in your cloudspace. If a re-test is requested, they will power […]

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CONS3RT 5.0 Released

The latest CONS3RT release brings new power management capabilities that allow users to set the power state (on/off/sleep/resume) of individual hosts in active deployment runs. Software asset bundles – Users can create bundles of software assets to install as a group on systems. Bundles can also include reboot and load order. PowerShell as primary install […]

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Improving mission planning via the Hanscom MilCloud

Relevant links are at the bottom of this post. 11/18/2015 – HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. — A mission planning team here is using the Hanscom MilCloud as a virtual environment in order to improve their acquisition process, including reducing costs, for an upcoming contract award. The System Engineering Integration Contract II, or SEIC II, will have four main […]

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CONS3RT 4.9 Released

The latest CONS3RT release brings an all-new user role and permission framework. Basic users can now create and consume resources within a project, but are limited from sharing by default. New Home Page – New home page providing more information on use cases, solutions, news links, help videos, and a new Status dashboard. Web Exploit […]

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Rudolph cited for excellence in IT

http://www.hanscom.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123451615 6/23/2015 – HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International presented Hanscom Air Force Base’s Dr. Tim Rudolph, chief technology officer for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, with its Distinguished Award for Excellence in Information Technology during a ceremony at its Cyber Operations Symposium in Baltimore June 15. Rudolph was cited […]

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