Autonomic Resources has been given authority to operate its cloud solution by the Federal Risk Authorization and Management program (FedRAMP), according to a company statement.
The award makes Autonomic one of 2 companies approved for cloud computing contracts by FedRAMP.
Certification guarantees that the ARC-P complies with security standards for federal information storage.
John Keese, Autonomic founder and president, said that their certification was achieved through their experience with GSA ATO and their strict compliance with FedRAMP specifications.
“Autonomic stands ready to assist US Government agencies to meet both their security and budgetary objectives,” he said. “The timeliness of our FedRAMP certification will assist federal and state government address serious needs to implement more cost effective, elastic compute platforms, and reduce their information technology spending.”
ARC-P supplies infrastructure as a service (IaaS) and email as a service (EaaS) cloud amenity for managed and unmanaged servers. The services also passed pre-technical and pricing requisites to guarantee fast, scalable, and economical products for government offices.
FedRAMP was established to guarantee compliance with the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA).
It acts as a centralized marketplace where U.S. federal agencies can select cloud service products, platforms, and other offerings.
FedRAMP's Joint Authorization Board (JAB) is composed of personnel from DHS, the General Services Administration, and the defense department.
We guarantee that our customers will get unmatched solutions for without worrying too much about its relative cost, he added.
Autonomic Resources is a cloud provider for the U.S. federal agencies. They offer data center automation, cloud computing, open source adoption, information assurance and compliance, advanced network infrastructure, and software development services.