Oracle has attained FedRAMP High Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) from the Joint Authorization Board (JAB) and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Impact Level 5 (IL5) accreditation for IaaS and PaaS, which include an extended set of cloud services for government customers to leverage, including Oracle Digital Assistant and Oracle Cloud VMware Solution, to boost efficiency without straining budgets or compromising security.
With new authorizations, Oracle is making more cloud services available to customers in its U.S. Government regions.
Oracle Digital Assistant can help government offices address citizen questions and concerns in real-time using conversational interfaces for web-based or mobile cloud and on-premises applications. The Oracle Cloud VMware Solution gives customers control to extend or migrate existing virtualized on-premises environments to the cloud using familiar VMware tools. The solution delivers FedRAMP High security, predictable costs, and a single source for technical support along with clear authority over systems control.
“Oracle continues to double-down on our commitment to equip government customers with innovative, highly secure, high-performing cloud services,” said Rand Waldron, vice president, global government, Oracle. “With the addition of Oracle Digital Assistant and Oracle Cloud VMWare Solution into OCI government regions, the U.S. DoD and other federal customers can unlock innovation in the cloud with the peace of mind that these tools meet the high levels of compliance and security standards. We look forward to expanding our cloud offerings to support the mission and purpose of U.S. government agencies.”
The following cloud services are also now included in the list of services covered by the FedRAMP High JAB-ATO and the DISA IL5 accreditation: API Gateway; Oracle Cloud Functions; Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Flow and Data Science Platform; Data Transfer Services; Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Email Delivery; Secrets in Vault; Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Cloud Shell and Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Other recently accredited features include: File Storage Service; Oracle Resource Manager (Orchestration); Announcements; Terraform Provider; Oracle Kubernetes Engine; UX/YUM Repo; Notification Service; Events Service; Streaming Service; OCI Registry (OCIR); OCI Monitoring; Autoscaling; Compute Monitoring; Private Endpoints; and Metering and Usage Reports.