CSC Obtains FedRAMP Certification for PaaS Cloud Offering; Red Hat’s Paul Smith Comments

Paul Smith
Paul Smith

Computer Sciences Corp. has received a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program certification for the company’s ARCWRX cloud computing technology.

CSC said Tuesday this is the second FedRAMP certification for the platform-as-a-service ARCWRX, which is based on Red Hat’s OpenShift and resides on CSC’s ARC-P platform.

Paul Smith, general manager and vice president of public sector at Red Hat, said the FedRAMP authorization demonstrates his company’s efforts to develop services for a level of security that supports client missions.

Third-party assessment organization Veris Group evaluated the CSC offering’s operation systems, network devices, databases and Web applications as part of the certification process.

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