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Pentagon Cancels JEDI Project

The Pentagon is scrapping its $10 billion ‘JEDI’ project.

No, it wasn’t a plan to arm the U.S. military with lightsabers – JEDI stood for Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, a cloud-computing project contract with Microsoft that the DoD says “no longer meets the requirements”.

Instead, the Pentagon will move on to a new cloud computing venture with a far less catchy name: ‘Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability’, or JWCC. The new contract will likely involve both Microsoft and Amazon, and possibly other providers like Google.

What other techniques and lessons could the U.S. military learn from Star Wars?

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