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ONgDB in AWS GovCloud

Deploy ONgDB graph database instances in the AWS GovCloud (US) region designed to host sensitive data, regulated workloads, and address the most stringent U.S. government security and compliance requirements.

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Do you require the highest level of security for your graph database workloads?

When you launch your ONgDB instances in the AWS GovCloud (US) region you are operating with many additional cloud environment security benefits:

  • Federal Risk and Management Program (FedRAMP) Certified at the High Impact Level
  • International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) Compliance
  • GovCloud specific Multi-Factor Authentication
  • FIPS 140-2 approved cryptographic modules for all AWS service API endpoints
  • GovCloud can only be administered by vetted U.S. citizens
  • Physically & Digitally separate from all non GovCloud regions
  • Restricted Access for U.S. Persons only
  • GovCloud customers are verified at sign up

Our AWS GovCloud integration for ONgDB graph database instances is designed to meet the needs of US government agencies at the federal, state, and local level along with government contractors, educational institutions, and other U.S. customers who deal with sensitive information. One of the primary features of AWS GovCloud and our ONgDB operations personnel is that it is restricted to U.S. citizens. This is intentional to meet stringent security requirements for many sensitive government workloads, including protection of classified or sensitive government information.

It is important to remember that cloud security is a shared responsibility across AWS as the cloud provider, ONgDB as the graph database service provider and you as the end-user. If you have specific security requirements please mention this in your registration form to identify the areas of responsibility and how we can collectively meet them as you work towards your ATO.