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Oracle Debuts Secure Cloud Computing Architecture Solution for DOD
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has launched a solution for securely operating Department of Defense mission workloads and storing data at impact levels 2, 4 and 5, which cover non-critical, controlled unclassified information and mission-critical information. The new offering is meant to enable compliance with the Secure Cloud Computing Architecture, a DOD standard for maintaining the boundary and application-level security of commercially hosted IL4 and IL5 data.
According to a press release, the Oracle Cloud Native SCCA Landing Zone uses automation to reduce architecture setup times from months to days or hours.
Rand Waldron, vice president of OCI’s global government sector, added that the solution enables compliance capabilities to be provided completely through native Oracle services.
Waldron explained that the Landing Zone eliminates the need for customers to manage multiple licenses, vendor relationships or security configurations, Oracle said Monday.
The company holds multiple authorizations to provide cloud support to the DOD. It is one of four tasked with delivering department-wide services under the $9 billion Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract.
Category: Digital Modernization
Tags: cloud security Department of Defense digital modernization Oracle Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Secure Cloud Computing Architecture