Kazakh Information Minister told about Data Processing Centre's work
In order to place information systems of the governmental agencies in commercial date processing centres, it is proposed to divide the list of information systems into two groups.
Information systems of the governmental agencies for class 2 and class 3 will be placed in commercial data processing centres. It was said by Minister of Information and Communications of Kazakhstan Dauren Abayev, BNews.kz correspondent reports.
"From August 2010, the Server Centre of Governmental Agencies was launched. In connection with the increase in the service life of the existing Server Centre (nowadays the service life is over 5 years) and depreciation of infrastructure, the risk for emergency situations of technological hazards increases. The designed capacity of the Server Centre - 145 rack spaces. At the same time, the technological stockpile should be ensured. Taking into account the annual increase of the volume of processed, stored and transmitted information of governmental agencies, there is teh risk for a lack of resources and spaces of the Server Centre in the future," said Abayev at the session of the Government.
According to him, in order to place information systems of governmental agencies to commercial Data Processing Centres, it is proposed to divide the list of information systems into two groups under classes in accordance with the Rules for classifying informatization objects.
"The informatization systems of class 1, which are required to meet the highest security reliability requirements, fault tolerance and information security, will be places in the Server Centre. The ramaining information systems that belong to class 2 and class 3 and disorders and a cessation of operation of which do not lead to emergency situations of social or big negative consequences are planned to be placed in commercial Data Processing Centres," said the Minister.
The placement of information systems of governmental agencies of class 2 and class 3 in commercial Data Processing Centres will allow to decrease the workload of the Server Centre from 92.4% to 50%, the creation of the Unified Data Processing Cloud, control and unified control over idle-capacities in commercial Data Processing Centres, as well as a free reserve of necessary capacities.