FedRAMP approves new OCI cloud services, now available to U.S. government agenciesAustin, Texas—May 16, 2023
An expanded list of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) services has attained FedRAMP approval, making more cloud services available to customers in the civilian, defense, and intelligence community.
“Oracle is committed to providing our government customers with innovative cloud services that modernize both services and infrastructure, and deliver the highest security features available,” says Rand Waldron, vice president, Global Government Sector, Oracle. “Government agencies can confidently leverage our FedRAMP Authorized cloud services to meet their mission needs, knowing that we have taken extensive measures to protect their technology, processes, and people.”
The newly approved services include: Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Network Visualizer, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Vulnerability Scanning Service, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure GoldenGate, Java Management Service, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Bastion, Oracle Cloud Advisor; VPN Connect; Programmable Network Platform (Dynamic Routing Gateways Transit Hub), Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Integration, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Logging Analytics:
To attain the approval for these services, Oracle used a FedRAMP recognized third-party assessment organization (3PAO). The services were then thoroughly reviewed and approved by technical representatives from FedRAMP’s Joint Authorization Board (JAB) for use within OCI’s FedRAMP Authorized (High) offering.
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