October 31, 2010

Enomaly and Autonomic Resources Win US Federal IaaS Cloud Contract


Enomaly Inc., the leading vendor of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud computing platform software, announced today that it has been selected by the US Government under the first Government-wide contract for cloud computing. Under the GSA’s blanket purchase agreement (BPA # GS00Q11AEA003), Enomaly ECP High Assurance Edition (HAE) software will help power Autonomic Resources ARC-P Public Cloud (IaaS) services platform for U.S. Government customers. 

Enomaly was chosen to be included in Autonomic Resources ARC-P Public cloud stack that will provide US Government customers the benefits of on-demand computing with no compromise in security. ARC-P integrates Enomaly with the ARC-P Dell hardware stack that will provide for trusted virtual machine assurance via Trusted Execution Technology. Additionally,  Enomaly's integration with Secured by SPYRUS technology for multi-factor authentication sets a new bar for cloud security. ARC-P’s multi-factor solution utilizes the already approved US Cybercom USB flash drives, following Federal standards to levels not yet available on any commercial platform. 

“We’re delighted to have been selected for this opportunity,” said Dr. Richard Reiner, CEO of Enomaly. “As the only third-generation IaaS platform in the industry, Enomaly ECP is ideally suited to meet the needs of the most demanding Government users for mature, massively scalable, highly reliable cloud services. The unique capabilities of our High Assurance Edition, delivered from FISMA certified data centers with standard multi-factor authentication access, will ensure that Government users can benefit from access to trusted and secure solutions for all their cloud computing needs.”

“Enomaly helps ARC-P address many of the IaaS demands of the Federal government.  In developing ARC-P our focus was to differentiate our offering based on secure and flexible on-demand cloud” said John Keese, President of Autonomic Resources.