The company’s ARC-P cloud provides U.S. agencies a government community infrastructure-as-a-service cloud offering, designed to provide agencies both managed and unmanaged virtual machines.
“The ARC-P platform will continue to deliver options to agencies in secure cloud compute, offering private clouds is the next logical step in these offerings,” said John Keese, company founder and president. “Procurement times will be cut by 3-6 months in most cases, and allow agencies to gain specific compute needs only found in a private cloud format.”
This platform is designed to provide agencies a single-tenant private cloud through Red Hat‘s enterprise virtualization platform, the company said.
Autonomic has met technical requirements for the General Services Administration‘s cloud email and infrastructure-as-a-service blanket purchase agreement.
The company also holds a FedRAMP provisional authority-to-operate certificate, which covers mandatory security requirements for cloud services hosting federal information.