The DoD approval is timely for Autonomic Resources and the ARC-P platform, considering the launch of ARCWRX, the ARC-P implementation of OpenShift by Red Hat, now open for evaluation. ARCWRX is Autonomic’s new Platform as a Service offering and is an excellent match for rapid development and test environments. No IT staff intervention is required to provision or de-provision DevOp environments.
“ARC-P is yet again first in security authorizations that are meaningful to our government cloud customer. The ability to leverage our FedRAMP Provisional ATO, granted by the Joint Authorization Board, assisted DoD in rapid approval, something that would have been much more difficult with a single agency FedRAMP compliant ATO,” stated John Keese, President and CEO of Autonomic Resources. “Additionally, ARC-P is ready for authorization at Impact Levels 3 & 4 once finalized by DISA, and Level 5 by early 2014.”
This Provisional Authorization is an initial approval of the Cloud Service Provider (CSP) authorization package by the DISA Designated Accrediting Authority (DAA), which a DoD DAA can leverage to grant an Authority to Operate (ATO) for a specific DoD customer or mission owner.
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About Autonomic Resources
Autonomic Resources (www.autonomicresources.com) is a service integration firm and cloud provider serving the U.S. Federal Government. Core capabilities include the implementation of strategic technologies including data center automation, cloud computing, open source adoption, information assurance and compliance, advanced network infrastructure, and software development services.