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Digital.ai Announces FedRAMP Authorization for DevOps Platform



Digital.ai Announces FedRAMP Authorization for DevOps Platform

Digital .ai, a Boston, Massachusetts-based software company, announced that its DevOps tracking platform has attained Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program agency authorization at the moderate impact level.

FedRAMP is a government-wide program that gives security ratings to cloud-based products and services marketed to federal agencies.

According to the FedRAMP website, moderate-impact systems are appropriate for applications where a compromise could lead to operational damage or financial loss to a government agency.

Federal agencies now have access to the Digital .ai Government Cloud platform, the company said.

Digital .ai said that its artificial intelligence-driven platform is designed to help organizations maintain visibility over their development pipeline and ensure consistency in the use of DevOps practices.

Derek Holt, DevOps general manager for Digital .ai, said that agencies need to be able to better plan and deliver software at scale as they increasingly shift to a distributed workforce. 

“With Digital.ai, these organizations can scale their distributed workforce and connect agile development at the portfolio, team and individual levels,” Holt added.

The new release of Digital .ai Government Cloud also gives agencies access to Digital .ai Agility, an enterprise agile planning tool that includes features for portfolio planning, ideas management and product road mapping.

The FedRAMP authorization was sponsored by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Jilee Rich, director of VA’s Financial Services Center project management office, said that Digital .ai allowed helped the department modernize its financial systems.

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Tags: cloud Derek Holt DevOps digital modernization Digital.ai FedRAMP Jilee Rich moderate impact