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Project Hosts’ Private Cloud Offering Gets DISA Provisional Authorization

The Defense Information Systems Agency cleared a Project Hosts cloud computing service to host controlled unclassified information for Department of Defense and federal customers. Project Hosts received a 12-month provisional authorization at impact level 5 for the Federal Private Cloud, a platform-as-a-service offering for DoD personnel to manage applications deployed on the department network, DISA said Tuesday.

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IBM’s Cloud-Based Collaboration Platform Gets FedRAMP OK

John Hamilton, program manager of operations at the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, has tweeted that IBM‘s collaboration platform became the 100th cloud service offering to receive FedRAMP approval, Federal Times reported Wednesday. IBM Connections is designed to support business email, instant messaging, web conferencing and social business networking, file sharing, …

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IBM’s IaaS cloud platform gets DoD impact level 5 authorization

IBM has received provisional authorization from the Defense Information Systems Agency to host impact level 5 data of Defense Department and federal agency customers through a multitenant cloud computing platform. DISA said Tuesday it granted a 12-month PA to the company’s SmartCloud for Government infrastructure-as-a-service platform. SCG encompasses compute, memory, network, operating system and storage …

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Oracle’s Cloud Service Gets DISA Impact Level 5 Authorization

Oracle‘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 …

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CSRA Gets DoD Provisional Authorization for milCloud 2.0

CSRA has received a provisional authorization from the Defense Department to deploy and operate a cloud platform. The provisional Impact Level 5 Systems certification from DoD allows CSRA’s milCloud 2.0 to host military applications and national security platforms that store mission critical data and controlled unclassified information, the company said …

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DISA Gives Impact Level 2 Provisional Authorization to 23 Cloud Services; Terry Halvorsen Comments

The Defense Information Systems Agency has given provisional authorization to 23 commercial cloud service offerings for the hosting of Defense Department data at Impact Level 2, which covers noncontrolled unclassified information. DISA said Monday the offerings comply with the moderate baseline of the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP). “The granting of these …

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Autonomic Resources Gets DoD Authorization for Cloud Service; John Keese Comments

Autonomic Resources has received a provisional authorization from the Defense Department for the company’s cloud platform service offering. The Defense Information Systems Agency‘s designated accrediting authority uses the provisional authorization as a preliminary approval for a DoD client, Autonomic Resources said Tuesday. Additionally, the company’s cloud tool also holds a provisionally-authorized distinction for …

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