Octo Partners with AWS to Deliver Data Mesh Solutions for Federal Government Organizations

Octo announced today they are working to deliver their data mesh solutions to federal customers with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Through this effort, Octo will support multiple federal customers seeking to transform into data-driven enterprises and enhance mission value realized from their data analytics investments. This effort will be supported by AWS to develop tailored solutions and service offerings and enhance existing solutions such as Octo’s Data Mesh offering.

Cindy Walker, Octo’s Vice President, Data Center of Excellence, said, “Octo’s innovative data mesh solution leverages AWS analytics services like Amazon Redshift, Amazon QuickSight, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon EMR, and AWS Glue in a robust, self-service data platform to enable federal government organizations to adopt a new paradigm for meeting the increasing demands for critical analytics data at scale. Together, we are delivering outcomes that increase data value and mission agility by helping agencies embrace product thinking and manage data as a product.”

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Octo and AWS will also work to develop solutions covering the entire data life cycle including effective ingestion, discoverability, and analytics. Mehul Sanghani, CEO of Octo said, “We are pleased to further work with AWS whom we’ve had a relationship with for several years. Working together to determine the future of Octo’s Data Mesh solution is a recipe for success, not just for Octo and AWS, but for federal customers who depend on us to bring next-gen solutions to their most complex challenges.”

Octo is using oLabs™ its cutting-edge facility in Reston, Virginia, to address customers’ most pressing issues with innovative emerging technology solutions in real time. To learn more about why federal organization need data mesh now, register for the upcoming BrightTalk webinar scheduled for August 18, 2022.

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