Nlyte Software has announced the availability of DCOI On-Demand, claimed to be the first of its kind and facilitates US federal agencies to more easily and rapidly gain compliance with Federal IT Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) requirements while supporting the Modernising Government Technology (MGT) Act.
Since the introduction of FITARA in 2014, Nlyte has been helping US federal agencies meet the compliance and modernisation goals stipulated in the legislation. Today, over thirty-five (35) federal agencies across civilian, intelligence and defense organisations use, or are currently deploying, the Nlyte platform.
“As the first DCIM provider to offer a purpose-built solution for US federal data centre teams, Nlyte is proud to be giving agencies greater flexibility in how they deploy and pay for the solution,” said Andrew Ryan, VP of US Federal Accounts for Nlyte. “Many US federal agencies are accelerating their adoption of IT cloud tools and with this latest Nlyte DCOI On-Demand offering we are strengthening our partnership with agencies to help them expedite and achieve their individual missions.”
With the release of the Nlyte DCOI On-Demand, federal agencies can execute on their cloud-first IT modernisation priorities to consolidate inefficient infrastructure, optimise existing facilities, improve security posture, achieve cost savings, and transition to more efficient infrastructure. DCOI On-Demand will streamline implementation time by permitting agencies to procure the solution in a flexible, FedRAMP-compliant environment.
“We take security very seriously and that’s why for years we have been the only Veracode-certified DCIM solution provider in the market,” said Doug Sabella, CEO and President of Nlyte. “Now we are pleased to be raising the security bar further by offering U.S. federal agencies the same robust cloud service the private sector has been leveraging for years in a secure FedRAMP-compliant dedicated hosted environment that provides the security the US federal government demands.”
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