BlackMesh Accomplishes FedRAMP Certification for SecureCloud PaaS Solution

By CIOReview | Friday, January 22, 2016
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ASHBURN, VA: BlackMesh, provider of cloud–based solutions for businesses of all industries and sizes has recently achieved its first Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) certification for a Red Hat offering. They attained the certification for developing a SecureCloud Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution that meets federal security control requirements. FedRAMP is a government-wide program that uses an approach of ‘do once, use many times’, which saves an estimated 30-40 percent of government costs, time and staff required to conduct redundant agency security assessments.

BlackMesh conveys unparalleled expertise in the zones of Drupal, data compliance and security; networking solutions and infrastructure. The solutions offered by the company’s Drupal CMS are ideal for overseeing large volumes of website traffic which is further enhanced by its capability in executing upgraded setups, tuning parameters, and determining particular customer imperatives making it a favourite among organizations. Additionally, the company is skilled in LAMP Stack, coordinating Docker, Joomla, Magento, Node.js and WordPress, and managing Windows applications along with different projects at the same time.

 “Achieving FedRAMP certification for SecureCloud is a significant step for the government’s Cloud First policy,” claimed Eric Mandel, CEO, BlackMesh. He added that working with RedHat, their company can dispense lively cloud platform services to government clients that incorporate industry-leading protection and responsiveness to security threats.

With FedRAMP approval, BlackMesh has the capacity to provide fully managed cloud services, which include supporting a variety of platforms – to federal agencies. Their remarkable private cloud solutions comprise of an adaptable, flexible and optimized infrastructure, with the frequently used environment being a multi-tenant cloud-based one. However, single-tenant environments are also available.