Octo Consulting has been awarded a prime contract with the Kessel Run Experimentation Lab, which the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center manages.
Octo will deliver agile software engineering expertise to allow the Kessel Run Experimentation Lab to quickly refactor legacy applications using microservices, application programming interfaces and highly responsive modern user interfaces.
The win will help Octo expands its support with the U.S. Air Force and into one of the military’s most forward-thinking laboratory environments, the company said.
“AFLCMC and the Kessel Run Experimentation Lab looked for companies that shared their cutting-edge model for Agile software development and their unflinching emphasis on value delivery to customers,” said Octo CEO Mehul Sanghani. “We believe our proven experience with PaaS-enabled software engineering and cloud-native development on mission systems provides reduced risk and immediate impact for the Air Force. We are elated to have been chosen to support the Air Force and the Kessel Run Experimentation Lab on this transformation project and we look forward to a strong partnership.”