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MongoDB Atlas for Government Achieves FedRAMP Compatibility Upon Release

MongoDB | June 30, 2021

MongoDB, Inc., the premier contemporary general-purpose database platform, announced that it is FedRAMP Ready for Agency Authorization. Additionally, MongoDB Atlas for Government, a newly available document database service accessible in AWS GovCloud (U.S.) and AWS US East/West regions, has received FedRAMP Ready certification.

MongoDB Atlas for Government is a specialized ecosystem for government requirements that enable agencies to develop and iterate more quickly. This new solution simplifies the deployment, operation, and scaling of MongoDB for contemporary applications in a FedRAMP Ready environment, allowing customers to satisfy the most strict regulatory security and privacy requirements.

FedRAMP is a U.S. government initiative that offers a standardized cloud security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring. Obtaining FedRAMP Ready status is a significant indication of success for full FedRAMP approval, and it indicates that MongoDB's Readiness Assessment Report (RAR) has been accepted. MongoDB is a FedRAMP Ready provider and is listed on the FedRAMP Marketplace.

About MongoDB
MongoDB is the premier modern, general-purpose database platform built to unleash the potential of software and data for developers and the applications they create. MongoDB, headquartered in New York, has over 26,800 customers in over 100 countries. In addition, the MongoDB database platform has been downloaded over 175 million times, and over 1.5 million people have registered for MongoDB University courses.

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