Autonomic Resources Updates Cloud Service Offering

Cloud Computing, ExecutiveBizAutonomic Resources has added new features to its cloud service offering in an effort to give government agency customers direct access to the platform.

The company designed the new ARC-P On Premise to replicate the cloud platform on agency premise in order to deliver services that are similar for both physical and virtual machines, Autonomic Resources said Friday.

Users have tools customize disaster recovery requirements of the cloud service with the addition of ARC-P community or private cloud, according to the company.

The updated offering also features multi-site cloud services for customers, a security package for accredited status on premise and multi-factor authentication for agency integration requirements.

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