The Space Force is decommissioning its “Joint System Command” platform and is starting an agile development software program called Space C2, that relies on a commercial data analytics platform named Warp Core, provided by Palantir.
The Space Systems Command in a news release Jan. 26 said it began the decommissioning of JMS Service Pack 9, the final component of JMS. The U.S. Air Force in 2018 decided to terminate JMS following years of cost overruns and criticism for the system’s poor performance.
In place of JMS, the Space Force started an agile development software program called Space C2 (short for command and control) that relies on a commercial data analytics platform named Warp Core, provided by Palantir.
Wallace “Rhet” Turnbull, director of the Space Systems Command’s cross mission ground and communications enterprise, said in a social media post that JMS was a program that “started with some really good ideas about how to use (then) modern software to replace an aging legacy system. Unfortunately, like so many DoD software programs, JMS failed to deliver after 10 years and a lot of money.”
Submitted January 31, 2022 at 11:09PM by prettyboyv
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