Cloudcuity Management Portal is a commercial, multi-cloud broker service specifically designed for customers, the company said.
NJVC is partnering with Gravitant to provide federal agencies Cloudcuity for agencies to test, configure and manage vendor-neutral cloud services through one online platform, President Jody Tedesco said in a release.
“This family of NJVC cloud capabilities, beginning with the Cloudcuity Management Portal, is designed for technology decision makers who must deploy IT applications to the cloud with transparency for managing risk and governance under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) and the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA),” Tedesco said.
In July, NJVC signed an agreement with Oculis Labs to sell Oculis’ software used for protecting sensitive information on computer screens.
“The Cloudcuity Management Portal provides a secure environment for federal agencies to try out and test cloud programs before committing to a large-scale migration,” said Dr. Ilyas Iyoob, Gravitant’s director of advanced analytics.
Amazon, GoGrid, Savvis and Terremark are offering cloud services through Cloudcuity and NJVC expects Amazon’s GovCloud to be available through the portal by mid-October.
Cloudcuity automatically purchases cloud products and services once a user decides on what to buy, with users holding the option to change vendors at a later date.
The platform meets security standards set by the National Institute of Standards and Technology and National Security Agency, according to NJVC.