These past few months have been very, very busy. A good busy, I guess. I ended up helping write a white paper that is out on a vendor website about DDIL environments. Say what you will about vendor white papers, but the effort is mostly neutral and fairly easy to read (If I do say so myself, and I do say so myself).

You may be asking yourself “Modus, what in the world is a DDIL enviornment?”, and that’s a fair question because it kind of sounds made up. DDIL stands for “Denied, Disrupted, Intermittent, and Limited Bandwidth”. The basic idea is that they are environments that are very difficult to communicate in, as well as maintain communications in. A good example of them are systems exist at what the the US military might call the “tactical edge”, which handily you can find a definition for here.

I am providing a link to the white paper; if for some reason this isn’t working or you would like to discuss it, go ahead and reach out.