GitLab launches GitLab Dedicated for Government

On June 25, GitLab announced its GitLab Dedicated for Government offering, providing customers with a FedRAMP-compliant DevSecOps solution through a secure, single-tenant SaaS offering. Now listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace, GitLab Dedicated for Government will provide all of the benefits of an enterprise DevSecOps platform, with an added focus on data residency, isolation, and private networking to help meet compliance needs, the company said.

GitLab achieved a major milestone, receiving an “In Process” designation for FedRAMP Moderate Impact Level. This designation is given to cloud service providers working toward a FedRAMP “Authority to Operate” (ATO) status.

As more public sector organizations move away from costly legacy systems and migrate their mission-critical workloads to the cloud, cloud and multi-cloud adoption will grow significantly. GitLab Dedicated for Government, which aligns to the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Secure by Design principles, can help the public sector and highly regulated industries reduce toolchain complexity, and support data residency and protection, all while being hosted and managed by GitLab.

GitLab Dedicated for Government unites DevSecOps teams in a single platform with a single workflow without the need to buy or maintain other tools. By consolidating complex toolchains, organizations can strengthen security and improve process and operational efficiency.

To help further protect customer data, GitLab Dedicated for Government supports a secure, private connection between the customer’s virtual private cloud network and GitLab. Therefore, users, data, and services have secure access to the isolated instance without exposing services directly to the internet.

GitLab Dedicated for Government is not only single-tenant (physical isolation between other customers), U.S.-based, and privately connected, but it’s also managed and hosted by GitLab.

Source: GitLab

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