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Oracle Achieves FedRAMP High Authorization For Its Government Cloud Offering

To support growing customer demand, Oracle announced that Oracle Cloud Infrastructure-Government Cloud has achieved FedRAMP High Authorization.

With the highest level of FedRAMP Authorization and DISA Impact Level 5 provisional (IL5 PATO) authorizations, Oracle Cloud can provide government customers with the stringent standards of security necessary to protect the federal government’s data.

Oracle is a long-standing strategic technology partner of the U.S. Government. Many state, local, and federal government customers are using Oracle to modernize their technology and meet increasing productivity goals and standards requirements.

Oracle Government Cloud protecting sensitive data

Oracle’s Government Cloud is designed for mission-critical workloads like financials and other back office applications, as well as newer workloads like simulations, machine learning, and cloud native applications.

Oracle’s U.S. Government Cloud regions offer Oracle Cloud services that include Compute (CPU and GPU virtual machine and bare metal), Storage (block, object, and archive storage, including new immutable object storage capabilities), Database and Exadata Cloud Services, FastConnect, Identity and Access Management, Key Management Service, and Load Balancer.

“Government customers rely on Oracle Cloud to run their critical workloads. With FedRAMP High and Impact Level 5 authorizations, we are able to support high levels of security standards for unclassified workloads across local, state, and federal government, as well as the Department of Defense,” said Scott Twaddle, vice president, Regulated Markets, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. “In addition, with sponsorship from a U.S. government agency, Oracle is in the process of providing several classified Oracle Cloud Infrastructure regions to support more sensitive workloads.”

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Oracle

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