What does NETOPS stand for?
What does NETOPS mean? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: NETOPS.
What does NETOPS mean?
- NetOps is defined as the operational framework consisting of three essential tasks, Situational Awareness, and Command & Control that the Commander of US Strategic Command, in coordination with DoD and Global NetOps Community, employs to operate, manage and defend the Global Information Grid to ensure information superiority for the United States. DoD Instruction 8410.02 defines NetOps as the DoD-wide operational, organizational, and technical capabilities for operating and defending the Global Information Grid. NetOps includes, but is not limited to, enterprise management, net assurance, and content management. NetOps provides Combatant Commanders with GIG Situational Awareness to make informed Command and Control decisions. GIG SA is gained through the operational and technical integration of enterprise management and defense actions and activities across all levels of command. The three essential tasks are as follows: GIG Enterprise Management GIG Net Assurance GIG Content Management The synergy achieved by each integrated relationship between any two of the essential tasks produces the following NetOps desired effects in support of the overall goal of NetOps which is to provide the right information to the edge: