Last updated on May 12, 2022.
BlueCat is pleased to announce that its Adaptive DNS management platform is now the first AWS certified DNS management product in the AWS GovCloud region. For government agencies, this new offering allows for efficient management of DNS across the enterprise while complying with Federal security mandates.
GovCloud is a walled-off region of AWS which satisfies the strict security and operational requirements of the FedRAMP program. Through its FedRAMP certification, GovCloud has the authority to operate in any Federal agency, significantly reducing deployment times. For the growing list of government agencies moving away from expensive “on-prem” and private cloud environments, GovCloud offers a feature-rich solution with dramatically increased flexibility.
Route 53 is a tool offered by AWS for management of DNS within its cloud environment. Unfortunately, Route 53 is not yet offered in the GovCloud region.
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