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Oracle Secures IL6 Authorization for 3 Cloud Infrastructure Regions

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Oracle Secures IL6 Authorization for 3 Cloud Infrastructure Regions

Three Oracle Cloud Infrastructure regions are now accredited under the Defense Information Systems Agency’s impact level 6 for hosting secret classified data. 

According to Oracle, its cloud infrastructure now covers all Department of Defense impact levels, offering full support to DOD customers’ requirements. In August 2023, the company launched a solution authorized for IL 2, 4 and 5 non-critical, controlled unclassified information and mission-critical workloads.

The OCI classified regions feature the most recent public cloud innovations to provide competitively priced, powerful analytics and secure solutions to DOD users, Oracle said Monday.

Rand Waldron, Oracle vice president, views technological capability as now part of the U.S. warfighters’ mission toolkit. The company is contributing to that capability whether in austere, remote locations or in massive data centers, Waldron said.

The OCI classified data platform leverages artificial intelligence, high-performance computing and a zero trust approach to solve complex problems. For security, U.S. government-cleared staff manages Oracle’s classified cloud network operation centers.

More than a dozen OCI services and features were also approved recently under the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program. The cloud offerings deliver enhanced AI, DevOps and security capabilities to federal agencies and users, Oracle said.

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