Dynatrace Secures FedRAMP Moderate Impact Level Authorization
WALTHAM, Mass., July 30, 2020 — Software intelligence company Dynatrace announced it has received FedRAMP authorization at the Moderate Impact Level for its complete Software Intelligence Platform. Achieving FedRAMP authorization from the General Services Administration (GSA) FedRAMP Program Management Office (PMO) means more U.S. Federal Government agencies can benefit from the Dynatrace platform, including AI-powered observability into applications, infrastructure, log and user experience, to achieve their digital transformation and mission goals with greater efficiency, simplicity, and speed.
According to IDC, U.S. Federal digital transformation spending will reach $94 billion by 2023, with a 14.88% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2020-2023.[i] The digital services resulting from these transformations rely on cloud-native architectures hosted in multicloud environments. Optimizing the performance and availability of these dynamic environments, with applications and microservices that can come and go in seconds, requires automation and intelligence.
“As Federal agencies accelerate their cloud adoption strategy, Dynatrace’s FedRAMP authorization at the Moderate Impact Level will help enable this transformation,” said Steve Tack, SVP of Product Management, Dynatrace. “The end-to-end observability and automatic, AI-backed answers delivered by the Dynatrace platform will save agencies time, resources and money by simplifying their multicloud environments and facilitating the automation of many manual processes. Achieving FedRAMP Moderate Impact Level, which few cloud observability vendors have, will help more agencies deliver the critical services we all rely on.”
The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) is a United States government program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. The program enables government agencies to adopt cloud-based services such as the Dynatrace Software Intelligence Platform quickly and securely by reducing the cost and time of risk management requirements. Solutions authorized by the GSA FedRAMP PMO undergo a rigorous compliance assessment to ensure they meet and maintain the strict security and data management standards of government agencies.
“Dynatrace is an essential enabler of digital transformation and is helping us deliver robust and efficient digital services for our customers and channel partners in the public sector,” said David Blankenhorn, Chief Technology Officer, DLT Solutions, a Tech Data company. “The Dynatrace platform offers organizations advanced observability across complex and distributed cloud-native environments, spanning multiple cloud providers. The Dynatrace AI engine continuously identifies degradations and anomalies in real time, prioritizing the most important insights, which allows our customers to manage these complex environments at scale.”
Federal, state and local government agencies worldwide, including the U.S. Federal Communications Commission and Department of Veterans Affairs, rely on Dynatrace to simplify the complexity of their clouds, automate DevOps and production operations processes, and deliver optimized digital experiences for the people they serve.
For more information about Dynatrace’s security practices, data privacy policies, and compliance initiatives and certifications, please visit the Dynatrace Trust Center.
[i] Source: IDC, Worldwide Digital Transformation Spending Guide, Version 1, 2020