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NCI’s George Batchvarov to Present at Red Hat Summit

Session showcases company’s big data solutions applied in a federal government environment

Reston, Va. May 2, 2017 – NCI, Inc. (NASDAQ: NCIT), a leading provider of information technology (IT) and professional services and solutions to U.S. Federal Government agencies, today announced that George Batchvarov, operations director with NCI, will present at the 2017 Red Hat Summit. The three-day conference, taking place at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center from May 2 through 4, is expected to draw more than 6,000 open source enthusiasts. The conference focuses on open source technology and showcases recent advancements in cloud computing, platform, virtualization, middleware, storage and systems management technologies.

TOPIC: Federal Agency Pursues Business Logic at the Speed of Big Data

WHEN: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 from 10:15-11:00 a.m. ET

PRESENTER: George Batchvarov, Operations Director, NCI, Inc.

SESSION DESCRIPTION: The federal government processes billions of forms each year based on a complex 74,000 page set of rules and regulations that grow by more than 145,000 words annually. Striving to provide a responsive and positive customer experience, agencies are challenged by the volume of data, short receiving and processing times, and ever-changing laws. The target solution processes data on arrival and allows changing business logic on the fly. Data processing must scale up and down while integrating with all necessary internal and external systems. In this session, we present the operating prototype of our target architecture, which runs jBPM and FUSE on top of JDG — and achieves almost linear scalability. You will learn how to implement jBPM on JDG in order to achieve massive parallel in-memory processing, leveraging FUSE to support flexible integration with any type of system.

For highlights of the session, or to schedule an interview with NCI’s George Batchvarov, please contact Joelle Shreves at 703-707-6904.

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