CSIT and Google Cloud partner to pilot sovereign cloud solution in … – ETCIO South East Asia

The Centre for Strategic Infocomm Technologies (CSIT) and Google Cloud today announced they will be piloting the use of Google Distributed Cloud Hosted (GDC Hosted) to support CSIT's effort to harness AI in tackling Singapore's defence and security challenges.

CSIT, a member of the Defence Technology Community, has been collaborating with Google Cloud by providing its use cases and technical requirements to further enhance GDC Hosted. As part of the pilot, CSIT will trial the use of GDC Hosted on-premises, tapping on the solutions built-in data management and pre-trained machine learning capabilities to process sensitive data.

Built using industry-leading open source components like Kubernetes, GDC Hosted also provides access to familiar developer tools, enabling CSITs technical personnel to operate GDC Hosted and its applications with minimal retraining.

"By offering full isolation alongside integrated AI services and access to an open ecosystem, GDC Hosted combines the benefits of fully managed and scalable infrastructure for running mission-critical workloads with operational flexibility, said Mitesh Agarwal, Managing Director, Technology and Solutions, Asia Pacific, Google Cloud. By working together with CSIT to meet its unique specifications for processing sensitive data, we look forward to further contributing to its efforts to remain at the forefront of the evolving cyber defence landscape.

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