Opus Interactive Partners with ScienceLogic to Offer Federal Hybrid Cloud Monitoring
June 09, 2020
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Opus Interactive, a provider of complex hybrid cloud hosting services, announced a partnership with ScienceLogic to deliver highly secure hybrid and multi-cloud monitoring and management.

The joint solution offers federal agencies the ability to acquire the DISA-approved ScienceLogic SL1 hosted inside of the OpusGov FedRAMP Moderate Ready environment that resides in FISMA High rated datacenters.

“The need for security and compliance for federal agency solutions has never been more important,” says Shannon Hulbert, Opus Interactive CEO. “We’ve spent over 24 years building resilient solutions in the commercial sector and are excited to partner with ScienceLogic to offer that to federal agencies.”

The joint Opus and ScienceLogic offering delivers real-time visibility and control across complex IT environments to provide reliability and high security by integrating the DISA approved ScienceLogic SL1 platform with FedRAMP Moderate Ready infrastructure housed inside of FISMA High-Rated facilities backed up in redundant geographies on separate energy grids.

“As the first end-to-end IT infrastructure monitoring company ever to conform to the rigorous security and interoperability standards of DoD UC APL, combined with our close partnership with Opus to meet the standards of FedRAMP, ScienceLogic is fully committed to securing agencies’ digital transformation journey,” said Dave Link, CEO of ScienceLogic. “Whether improving the digital experience or minimizing the costs and risks of adopting the cloud, cross-agency teams need real-time insight into mission-critical services, and we are excited to fuel these initiatives.”

FedRAMP is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. Through this framework, FedRAMP enables efficiencies in cost and time by enabling rapid procurement of information systems and services, streamlining assessment and ensuring consistent application of information security standards across government organizations.

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