The current naval networking environment is primarily composed of several enterprise computing and communications environments, which can be characterized as large scale heterogeneous network environments. Due to the inherited complex nature of the network, it is quite challenging to provide a synchronized view of data, and perform autonomous analytics from the large volume of geographically dispersed data. IAI has been awarded a new contract entitled “Highly Scalable and Autonomous NetOps Analytics (SANA) System for Navy Tactical Networks.” While there are currently many network situational awareness tools available, the objective of this program is to develop superior and secure situational awareness and user efficiency that would benefit any large network operating in a cloud environment. IAI proposes to develop a highly scalable and autonomous NetOps Analytics (SANA) system, which defines and captures abnormalities in information and network behaviors to generate alerts if any abnormalities are detected. In addition, the proposed system maps missions to required resources and guarantees synchronized information sharing to increase level of information value, health and trust. SANA can be extended to a broad range of large commercial network operations to deal with issues of network performance, operational availability, and security.