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Our world-class data management, security, integration, analytics, and development platforms are used every day to meet the most demanding national security missions around the world. We have cloud regions available to support mission data at the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) IL5 and FedRAMP High and National Security Regions to handle secret and top-secret workloads.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is redefining how national security agencies can modernize and innovate. Oracle Generation 2 Cloud delivers low latency and security from the core to the edge with the performance to power your most demanding workloads with best-in-class performance, reliability, and availability.
Flexible and robust, Oracle Cloud supports the preferred technology of our national security customers without any requirement to rebuild for a proprietary cloud platform. Whether our customers choose Oracle software, third-party options, or open source solutions, they can run the technology that they want without modification, tradeoffs, or lock-in.
Oracle is committed to open source and multicloud technologies and is a Platinum member of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Oracle embraces interoperability standards, including Terraform, Kubernetes, Helm, and multicloud provider interconnects.
On other clouds, running big workloads at scale gets expensive. Oracle's enterprise-class cloud delivers industry-leading price-performance and tremendous value to customers running workloads with stringent security requirements. Our pricing is predictable across all regions and services.
Moreover, Oracle backs performance claims with the best service-level agreement (SLA) in the business. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is the only major cloud provider with an SLA that covers performance and manageability in addition to uptime requirements.
Oracle’s modern, second-generation cloud is built and optimized specifically to help enterprises meet the most demanding workloads securely. Our architectural approach specifically meets the low latency, high throughput, and scaling needs of our national security customers.
Oracle Cloud provides leading performance and hyperscale in high-performance computing (HPC), GPU, and bare metal computing environments. Second-generation networking also provides high capacity IOPS and extremely low latency connections to build an environment that you can rely on to meet key requirements and SLAs.
Our highly secure cloud applications meet the stringent security requirements of the US intelligence community. Oracle Cloud is secure by design, with the next generation of cloud infrastructure, networking, encryption, identity, and tenant isolation. This architecture was built with a security-first design principle. Oracle Cloud delivers an integrated, layered approach, with controls built into the hardware, network, compute, storage, audit, and database ecosystem to ensure tenant protections and rapid threat response.
Gartner's report discusses key challenges, analyzes the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offering, and includes recommendations for sourcing, procurement, and vendor management leaders.
Oracle combines all the elements of data integration—real-time data movement, transformation, synchronization, data quality, data management, and data services—to ensure that information is timely, accurate, and consistent across complex systems.
Oracle offers on-demand HPC infrastructure, suitable for any HPC workload, based on the most advanced compute, storage, networking, and software technologies—at a fraction of the cost of building it yourself.
Oracle Analytics empowers customers with industry-leading, AI-powered, self-service analytic capabilities for data preparation, visualization, enterprise reporting, augmented analysis, and natural language processing.
Oracle offers ready-to-go, AI-powered cloud applications with intelligent features that drive better business outcomes. With Oracle’s ready-to-build AI platform, data scientists, and application developers have a full suite of cloud services to build, deploy, and manage AI-powered solutions.
Safeguard your most valuable data with Oracle’s powerful preventive and detective security controls, including transparent data encryption, encryption key management, privileged user and multifactor access control, data classification and discovery, database activity monitoring and blocking, consolidated auditing and reporting, and data masking. With Oracle, you can deploy reliable data security solutions that require no changes to existing applications, saving you time and money.
Oracle Databases hold the majority of the world’s relational data. Oracle specializes in technology that protects data, not just from disclosure, but also from insider threats and privileged users. Oracle was the first database that can limit a DBA’s ability to see data within the databases they manage and comprehensively limit their access.
Your organization’s front- and back-office also play a key role in the success of your mission. Oracle’s best-in-class human capital management, SCM, CRM, and ERP cloud applications enable you to drive productivity and business value.
Most enterprises have many on-premise, mission-critical applications that run on a combination of Oracle, Microsoft, and VMware technologies. Only Oracle and Microsoft provide a “connected cloud” technical alliance to enable swift migration of on-premise applications into a single, unified enterprise cloud solution that leverages a broader range of tools. Oracle has the only hyperscale cloud offering that empowers enterprises to migrate VMware vSphere environments to the cloud while retaining complete control over updates, patches, and validation for all VMware components.
Use cases of the U.S. National Security Community and how Oracle Cloud’s cutting-edge capabilities can be a transformative catalyst for mission success.
Prior to joining Oracle about 18 months ago, I spent my entire career in your chair. As a former Deputy Assistant Director at the FBI, I was responsible for enterprise software and data systems. Although I understood long ago that cloud computing is the future, I know that agencies operate in a budget-constrained world. At times, I faced difficult risk-reward decisions about moving to the cloud, such as re-engineering challenges to port legacy systems to the cloud as well as budget management concerns for data egress and dynamic cloud utilization.
I’m the former Technical Director of Mission Analytics at the National Security Agency so I know many of the challenges that intelligence community (IC) agencies face when trying to implement computing technologies. Cloud technologies, like Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), offer flexible infrastructure that’s much easier and more cost effective to deploy than on-premises solutions.
In this blog, I continued my conversation with Scott, and we talked specifically about the vast amounts of data that IC agencies collect and analyze to support its missions. As the former Technical Director of Mission Analytics at the NSA, I know first-hand that as our cyber-physical world has evolved, data has also evolved from siloed sources of structured data to enormous quantities of multi-dimensional, spatial, and temporal data.
Recently, we announced Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Government Cloud obtained a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) from the FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board (JAB). Having already achieved two FedRAMP High Agency ATOs, Oracle’s achievement of the FedRAMP High JAB P-ATO further assures agencies that the risk posture of the system has been reviewed and approved by leading technology officials.