Palantir Technologies [PLTR] on Wednesday said it is working with Lockheed Martin

[LMT] to enhance software delivery for the Aegis and Future Integrated Combat System.

The collaboration leverages Palantir’s Apollo platform, a service solution for continuous software build and deployment that the company says dramatically speeds the release of software products and cuts DevSecOps costs by 50 percent.

“The Navy needs capability to update software at the edge rapidly and securely to address ever-evolving threats,” Joe DiPietro, vice president and general manager for Naval Combat and Missile Defense System at Lockheed Martin, said in a statement. “Lockheed Martin is investing in skills, capabilities, tools, and infrastructure to deliver the best software to the warfighter efficiently and affordably. Palantir’s Apollo is central to these efforts. Apollo addresses last mile delivery challenges and performs automated software deployment and management across secure government networks, cloud environments and on-platform environments.”