Oracle’s Cloud Service Gets DISA Impact Level 5 Authorization

Oracle's Cloud Service Gets DISA Impact Level 5 Authorization - top government contractors - best government contracting eventOracle‘s federal managed cloud services business has received an 18-month provisional authorization from the Defense Information Systems Agency‘s risk assessment and certification office.

DISA said Tuesday it granted the conditional approval to the company’s cloud service offering for impact-level 5 data workloads.

Oracle CSO is platform-as-a-service delivery model that employs shared service zones intended for a general management community cloud and private customer zones designed for individual federal clients.

The company offers its cloud PaaS from three data centers.

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