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SOA, Cloud and Services Technology In the FAA National Airspace System
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| by Michael Hritz Follow 0 Followers on Nov 27, 2012 |

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Michael Hritz discusses using SOA at the National Airspace System and their next generation air traffic management system, approaches for cloud computing and services.

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Michael Hritz is the Acting Chief Enterprise Architect for the National Airspace System. He serves as the FAA's representative to the Aviation Integrated Product Team at NCOIC. Mike also acts as the Evolution Lead for the FAA's SWIM program. Before joining the FAA, Mike worked for the U.S. Army in various engineering capacities in Intelligence and Electronic Warfare.

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