Pivotal’s Keith Salisbury: Accelerated Software Dev’t Key for US in Future Combat

Keith Salisbury

TYSONS CORNER, VA, December 10, 2018 — Keith Salisbury, vice president of Pivotal Software‘s (NYSE: PVTL) federal business, has said approaches that help accelerate the development of applications will work to help the U.S. build its military edge in future wars, ExecutiveBiz reported Nov. 9.

He said in an interview posted Nov. 7 that software-enabled and modern software development capabilities are designed to support service branches in performing emerging missions, as seen in the U.S. Air Force‘s use of cloud.

“We have seen the Air Force with us leaning very aggressively on this and absolutely build great modern software applications that run on any cloud infrastructure and to do it in timelines measured in days, not years,” Salisbury added.

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