Tag Archives: Federal Risk Authorization Management Program

AWS Tech Helps Federal Customers Manage, Secure Cloud Environments

Multiple federal agencies have adopted Amazon Web Services‘ utility-based cloud technology platforms in efforts to manage, transmit and secure government data. AWS said Friday it uses various tools and methods in a push to comply with security and control requirements under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program and Defense Department‘s Security Requirements Guide. …

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BlackMesh Obtains FedRAMP Certification for Red Hat Cloud Platform-Based PaaS Product; Eric Mandel Comments

BlackMesh’s platform-as-a-service cloud offering has received a Federal Risk Authorization Management Program certification. BlackMesh’s SecureCloud PaaS product is based on Red Hat-built OpenShift cloud platform, BlackMesh said Tuesday. Red Hat’s OpenShift works to help developers build, run, manage and deploy cloud services and other applications. “Achieving FedRAMP certification for SecureCloud …

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

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 …

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AT&T Cloud Storage Receives FedRAMP Approval

AT&T has received provisional authorization from a federal government program to offer its storage services to federal, state and local governments, GCN reports Wednesday. Rutrell Yasin writes that the Federal Risk Authorization Management Program has granted the company approval for its AT&T Storage-as-a-Service offering. As part of the accreditation, AT&T …

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