March 31st, 2023. Tessell, the leading multi-cloud DBaaS (Database-as-a-Service), today announced its Service Organization Control (SOC) 2 Type I compliant status. With Tessell's commitment to empowering DBaaS (Database-as-a-Service) for database administrators, DevSecOps and developers comes an understanding of how important it is to protect data. Tessell demonstrates its ongoing commitment to the security, availability, and processing integrity of our platform by securing this SOC 2 Type I compliance certification. Our SOC 2 report came with zero exceptions noted, which is a testament to Tessell's established and rigorous focus on technology security and processes for handling data.
What Does Our SOC 2 Type I Compliance Mean to You?
The SOC 2 Privacy Trust Service Criteria (TSC), developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) establishes the criteria for evaluating controls that relate to how personal information is collected, used, retained, disclosed, and disposed. The scope of the SOC 2 Type I Privacy report includes information about how Tessell handles data and how data is protected in the services and locations that are in scope for the latest Tessell SOC reports. Achieving SOC 2 Type I compliance demonstrates Tessell's commitment and ability to secure customer data in the cloud over a period of time. In short, SOC 2 Type I compliance is an independent verification of Tessell commitment to keep your data safe based on the technology and processes we've put in place.
About Tessell: Tessell operates in both AWS and Azure as a cloud-native database-as-as-service (DBaaS). Tessell provides customers running PostgreSQL, MySQL, MS SQL Server, and Oracle database engines with policy-driven self-service access, DevOps integration, production monitoring and intuitive cloud curation capabilities without having to deploy and manage the underlying infrastructure. Tessell disrupts the DBaaS market by providing predictable, instance-based pricing, improved data resilience and fleet-management. Tessell uses the cloud's fastest storage for the most demanding production workloads and to enable the full economic benefit of database consolidation.