Compliant Kubernetes for US Healthcare


Healthcare is an ever-growing industry with significant regulatory compliance demands. In the US, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is the main regulation that healthcare providers have to adhere to. But software as a service (SaaS) solutions in this space also have to take SOC 2 and ISO 27001 into consideration. Additionally, the State of California is introducing regulations regarding how personally identifiable information can be treated, under the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). Other states are expected to eventually implement something similar as well. Regulations such as these stipulate controls and checks for how sensitive data such as patient records or other personally identifiable information may be processed, stored, and transmitted. 

Compliant Kubernetes reduces your compliance burden

Compliant Kubernetes has been created specifically to reduce your compliance burden by encoding answers to questions that arise about data processing, storage, and transfer. It takes away uncertainty, codifies operational expertise and policies, and provides security against known and unknown threats. In this way, Compliant Kubernetes helps developers deliver software at a rapid pace, with a peace of mind that the underlying platform is looking out for them, and helping them be compliant.

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Are you interested in learning more about Compliant Kubernetes and how it fits your organization’s needs? Want to discuss how Elastisys can manage your Compliant Kubernetes cluster and reduce your compliance burden? Contact us and book a demo!

Managed services offering by Elastisys

Compliant Kubernetes is your number one Kubernetes platform choice for use in regulated industries. But did you know that Elastisys also offers managed services such as databases (MariaDB and PostgreSQL), message queues (NATS), log handling (Elasticsearch and Kibana), and monitoring (Prometheus and Grafana)? Together, they provide a secure platform for your distributed applications running on top of Compliant Kubernetes.