Crunchy Data, ORock Technologies Form Open Source Cloud Partnership for Federal Clients

Crunchy Data and ORock Technologies have partnered to offer a database-as-a-service platform by integrating the former's open source database with the latter's managed offering designed to support deployment of containers in multicloud or hybrid computing environments.

The partnership aims to implement a PostgreSQL as a service within ORock's Secure Containers as a Service, which is certified for government use under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, Crunchy Data said Tuesday.

Crunchy PostgreSQL for Kubernetes offers enterprise authentication, workload management and disaster recovery approaches for Red Hat OpenShift clients.

The ORock Secure Containers technology is hosted on FedRAMP Moderate cloud infrastructure built for public sector agencies and highly regulated industries.

The open source environment uses Red Hat's OpenStack and OpenShift platforms.

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