common operating environment


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common operating environment

A uniform configuration of hardware and software throughout an organization. It is designed to eliminate software and data incompatibilities and improve troubleshooting. It implies the use of the same primary applications and Web browser as well as the same operating system, database management system and other system software.
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And the common operating environment is the way to do that," he added.
As the manager of the Defense Information Infrastructure (DII), DISA is integrating hardware and software and constructing a common operating environment to sustain war fighters need for information anytime, anywhere.
The common operating environment also opens up other possibilities.
The FACE Consortium is a government and industry partnership working to develop standards for a common operating environment to support portable capability applications across multiple avionics systems.
The COP is viewed on Command Web, the web-enabled environment developed by multiple PMs, including PM MC and PM DCGS-A, to meet the Army's direction for a Common Operating Environment and the Command Post Computing Environment.
The FACE Technical Standards provide guidelines for creating a common operating environment to support applications across multiple Department of Defense avionics systems.
We will examine maritime operations center operational planning tools and a common operating environment that integrates access to data used in automatic generation and dissemination of maritime operational planning information.
Boeing, through its FCS international business development office, is marketing the system-of-systems common operating environment.
It is important to note these types of integration do not correspond to levels of compliance as used by Defense Information Infrastructure Common Operating Environment (DII COE), Level of Information system Interoperability (LISI), or any other definition or compliance levels.
The two companies will manage over 1,430 desktops and over 140 servers, supervise the common operating environment, supply helpdesk services and carry out network management, including providing security services such as Internet access control and virus protection.
Rather than using a structured development approach where the complete system is defined from the top down, JMCIS is integrated up from a common operating environment (UNIX), a collection of commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products and government produced software to meet the requirements of the users.
Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), Armament Research Development, and Engineering Center (ARDEC) are responsible for the design, development, and integration of the Tactical Mission Command Applications (TMCA) software in support of the Army Common Operating Environment (COE), Command Post Computing Environment (CP CE) objectives.

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