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Unlocking Benefits of Hybrid Cloud for Collaboration, UX

Federal agencies investing in cloud are seeing efficient and modernized tech developments that improve the user experience. These developments include digital services and initiatives grounded in user-centered design and data management. Key to these tools is a solid hybrid cloud architecture to support more portable workloads, automation and speed for software development and research teams while also keeping security top of mind.


Hear how hybrid cloud solutions are being used to expand data access, improve interoperability and enhance overall user experience.


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Joe Bleich leads Federal Go-To-Market (GTM) for Datadog. For the past 15 years, Mr. Bleich has been leading GTM teams in bringing innovative software solutions to the Government. Mr. Bleich was born in Washington DC, and graduated from James Madison University.

Senior Director, Enterprise Sales, Datadog

Ishwar Chandramouliswaran is a Program Director and technical lead for the strategy, planning, coordination and oversight of establishing a FAIR data ecosystem at ODSS.

Prior to joining ODSS, Ishwar served as the Deputy Director and operationalized NIAID’s newly established office of data science and emerging technologies and successfully developed trans-NIAID program initiatives that focused on data reuse, research software development, and establishing a NIAID Data Ecosystem. Prior to joining NIAID, Ishwar was an Associate Director at the National Cancer Institute’s, Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information Technology and contributed to innovative programs and technology supporting open and collaborative team science to accelerate research in the cancer informatics community including the cancer genomics cloud and NCI hub projects.

His career has spanned scientific research in bioinformatics to product development in academic and commercial settings, and his work driven by both research community needs and emerging technologies. His non-governmental experience includes serving as a subject matter expert at IBM Corporation towards realizing translational science through their clinical genomics engagements with noteworthy projects at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) and the Cleveland Clinic Foundation (CCF); and as a bioinformatics scientist at The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) and Celera Genomics. Ishwar is one of the authors of the landmark Science publications on the sequence of the human genome and holds patents in gene discovery. Ishwar holds an MS in Biochemistry from University of Maryland at College Park and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University.

Lead, FAIR Data & Resources, NIH

Amy Kluber is editor-in-chief of GovCIO Media & Research. Previously she managed two aviation publications at B2B media company Access Intelligence. She was nominated for The Innovation in Aerospace Journalism & Publishing Award for launching and hosting an aviation podcast. Prior to that she wrote news scripts and produced videos for the network Newsy. Follow Amy on Twitter: @amykluber

She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri. Having traveled around the world since an early age, she grew up a U.S. Army brat born in Vicenza, Italy, and spent most of her youth living in Seoul, South Korea.

In her free time, you may find her at Disney World.

Editor-in-Chief, GovCIO Media & Research



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