SAP NS2 Announces Strategic Partnership with Virtustream
Partnership Leverages Virtustream’s FedRAMP Compliance to Bring SAP HANA to the Federal Marketplace
ROCKVILLE, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SAP National Security Services®, (SAP NS2®), an independent, U.S. based subsidiary of SAP, announced a strategic partnership with Virtustream to support SAP NS2’s goal of providing FedRAMP compliant services. The new partnership allows agencies to streamline the time to deployment of software solutions and to scale their SAP HANA landscapes with on-demand capacity, all while adhering to the necessary security controls and policies identified through the FedRAMP process.
SAP HANA® is a powerful, state-of-the-art, in-memory computing platform allowing for high-speed, real-time data processing and analytics. Through the collaboration, SAP NS2 can better support agencies by enabling them to place their mission-critical applications, like SAP HANA, into a fully managed and secure cloud. As a result they will be able adopt innovative solutions faster and significantly reduce time to deployment on these solutions.
“Through our partnership with Virtustream we have unleashed the capabilities of SAP HANA in the Cloud enabling our Federal customers to innovate in a compliant and secure environment,” said Carmen Krueger, Senior Vice President and General Manager for Cloud Operations at SAP NS2. “This offering combines our expertise in Cloud, Technology and Security to formulate something unique for our customers.”
Virtustream, an enterprise-class cloud software and services provider, has gained FedRAMP P-ATO accreditation at the moderate level, allowing any agency to use the P-ATO to grant its own ATO.
“We are very excited to partner with SAP NS2 to bring SAP HANA® infrastructure to the federal market,” said Jim Kaufold, EVP, Federal at Virtustream. “Federal agencies that want to migrate their critical infrastructure to the cloud for its increased efficiency and cost-effectiveness and can now do so, with the highest level security assurance.”