Discover how FP Complete used its DevOps and Network Design expertise to help a small start-up make a lasting impression on the United States Air Force with its software demo.
FP Complete provided valuable assistance to our Defense Contractor Client, enabling them to present their product demo effectively to the US Air Force and enter the second selection round
FP Complete had an integral role in delivering crucial software and cloud infrastructure in the form of a software product demo to the US Air Force
A defense contractor start-up had the opportunity to present its new and innovative software product demo to the United States Air Force. Before this crucial demonstration, the client realized that, for maximum impact, they needed assistance designing and configuring the software and network to mimic that role with the client functionally. If the product was successful, our client could enter the project’s second phase with the US Air Force. So, they asked FP Complete to step in and create a demo that would:
Defense Contractor/Military-focused IT provider
Military Contract Project Demo
We used our extensive experience and background with AWS and Microsoft Azure to design suitable network deployments that met the client’s needs for their demo.
Wrote and implemented additional test scripts to show the network deployment working as intended, which verified that the apps ran smoothly on the resulting networks
The client successfully demonstrated their product to the US Air Force and won entrance into the second round.
Python, Terraform, Docker, Azure, AWS
FP Complete’s DevOps and network design expertise proved instrumental in the project’s timely completion. The company also leveraged its software development experience to deliver customized applications required for the client’s demo. With a holistic approach that blended technical proficiency with creativity, FP Complete provided optimal solutions that exceeded client expectations. With FP Complete’s help, the client successfully demonstrated their product to the US Air Force and won entrance into the second round, which is quite a feat for a small start-up software company.