Oracle Cloud Marketplace Becomes Available to U.S. Government Customers

The Oracle Cloud Marketplace is now available for U.S. government customers, enabling agencies to fully automate the deployment of certified solutions directly on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

Government customers can now deploy applications from a library of Oracle and third-party independent software vendors (ISVs) to help support their organizational goals and serve the needs of constituents. 

Oracle Cloud Marketplace is a centralized repository of enterprise applications available in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Government Cloud.

“Government customers rely on Oracle Cloud to run application workloads in highly available hosted environments,” said Scott Twaddle, vice president, regulated markets, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. “The availability of Oracle Cloud Marketplace allows government customers to automate the provisioning of Oracle applications and databases as well as third-party software. This simplifies migrations from on-premises environments to the cloud, dramatically reducing deployment times to hours, instead of days or weeks.”

Oracle Cloud Marketplace has obtained authorization from the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP), the government program that sets the standard for assessing, authorizing, and monitoring cloud systems’ security. The certification assures government customers that Oracle Cloud Marketplace meets the highest standards of security and compliance.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has also achieved FedRAMP JAB P-ATO Accreditation for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute ServiceObject Storage Service, Block Storage Service, Database Cloud Service, Exadata Cloud Service, Key Management Service, Virtual Cloud Networks, FastConnect, Load Balancing as a Service, Identity and Access Management, and Auditing.