Cloud computing is the delivery of services through the internet, such as data storage, servers, databases, networking, or software.
Enterprise clouds are cloud ecosystems availably globally and at the the tactical edge. They include multiple vendors, and both general purpose and fit-for-purpose cloud solutions.
The Air Force offers Cloud One as it's "one stop shop" for cloud computing. Cloud One is also available to anyone in the DoD, including the United States Space Force.
The Army's Cloud Management Agency (ECMA) offers cloud services. The Army may also utilize DISA contracts.
The Navy has a digital marketplace for cloud contracts through the Neptune Cloud Management Office and can also utilize DISA contracts.
Other entities and agencies, such as Fourth Estate and COCOMs, can find enterprise cloud options through DISA's HACC office.
A multiple-award contract vehicle that provides the DoD the opportunity to acquire commercial cloud capabilities and services directly from the commercial Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) at the speed of mission, at all classification levels, from headquarters to the tactical edge.