MuleSoft Launches FedRAMP-Certified Government Cloud Platform; Mark Dao Quoted

Mark Dao

MuleSoft, a subsidiary of Salesforce, has introduced a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program-certified cloud platform designed to help government agencies manage integrations and application programming interfaces through a unified platform.

“Our new Government Cloud environment for Anypoint Platform is engineered to help agencies allocate resources towards better citizen experiences by leveraging the power of an application network to reduce infrastructure and maintenance costs, accelerate IT productivity while adhering to FedRAMP compliance requirements,“ Mark Dao, chief product officer of MuleSoft, said in a statement published Monday.

MuleSoft Government Cloud is authorized at moderate impact level under FedRAMP and is a cloud deployment environment configured within Amazon Web Services' GovCloud platform designed to help agencies speed up digital transformation efforts.

MuleSoft's Anypoint Platform is an app network platform that helps organizations build composite apps that link devices, data and apps through API-led connectivity. It is a unified tool for API management and integration platform as a service.

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