Here at New Relic, protecting our customers’ data is one of our highest priorities. We know many of you operate in highly regulated, federal environments, making it critical that you adopt trusted, industry-standard security technologies. That’s why we worked hard to ensure that New Relic One, the world’s leading observability platform, achieved FedRAMP-certification at the FIPS 199 “Moderate” impact level in 2020.
And now that Logs and Metrics have just been added to our long list of supported services, our U.S. government customers and leaders can get the same level of real-time insights as commercial organizations. Our experience has been that many non-governmental customers also look to FedRAMP as a benchmark of a company’s commitment to security and privacy controls.
In our latest Nerdlog episode, New Relic’s Greg Poirier and James Stibbards discuss why the FedRAMP certification and new support of Logs and Metrics matter, how to take some of the pain out of compliance (can you even make compliance fun?), and why compliance can help minimize the costs and risk of cloud migrations, improve user experience, and accelerate government IT modernization.
Click here to learn more about accessing New Relic’s FedRAMP environment. Before getting started, keep in mind the following:
- Your account must be specifically approved by New Relic.
- You must send your data only to New Relic’s FedRAMP-designated endpoints.
To read more about what we do to ensure security, data privacy, and compliance, head to our documentation or our security, data and user management, and compliance and certifications webpages.
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