Gooxi High-Density Cloud Computing Platform Empowers Government Informatization Upgrade
Overcoming the ‘last mile’ to establish a data connection between the informationization platforms of various government functional agencies and truly achieve the convergence of management information faces several challenging technical issues.
Upgrading government platforms involves not only high technical risks but also potential re-designing of administrative processes and training for office personnel. These changes pose almost insurmountable obstacles for government agencies that already have limited expertise in information technology. How can various existing government software platforms be integrated without significant changes to business flows or requiring extensive retraining of staff?
In recent years, governments at all levels have been committed to streamlining organizations and reducing office management expenses. Limited funds allocated for informationization projects are often inadequate to build server clusters or develop powerful computing capabilities to support the consolidation of multiple functional agency platforms. Centralized management of information across departments becomes a challenging task.
Government information platform databases contain sensitive information ranging from personal and corporate data to national confidential documents. How can the security and integrity of data be guaranteed during network exchanges and transmissions, protecting it from unauthorized tampering or theft?
With the aforementioned four points regarding the technical challenges of upgrading the informationization platforms of government functional departments and achieving seamless data integration and centralized management among the platforms, Gooxi proposes a comprehensive hardware infrastructure solution. The Gooxi High-Density Cloud Computing Platform is custom-designed for the perfect upgrade of government informationization, helping government institutions complete the last mile of their informationization initiatives.
1) High-density cloud computing meets the low-cost deployment requirements of the government
The combination of Gooxi SY321-S24R high-density cloud computing servers and ST101-S12R high-density storage systems is a perfect solution that addresses the practical needs of e-government. By utilizing 4U rack space, it achieves the computing and storage capacity equivalent to a traditional server cabinet. Such a high-density computing system can save a significant amount of hosting costs for government institutions annually, fulfilling the desire for low-cost high-density computing.
2) Sub-item calculation, safe physical isolation of each functional platform without losing centralized management.
Each cloud computing node can independently accommodate the business requirements of a functional platform, allowing for fine-grained subdivision computing. This deployment approach enables the smooth migration of existing application platforms from various government functional departments to the cloud computing system with low risk, thus achieving low-risk centralized management.
Each compute node can operate relatively independently, and in case of failure, it can be easily replaced.
Each compute node can be equipped with two 3.5-inch standard enterprise-grade hard drives, providing the possibility for system mirroring and backup between nodes. Gooxi's unique design can greatly compensate for the lack of computing device maintenance and support capabilities in government institutions.
4) Why settle for less when you can have secure and high-speed point-to-point connections?
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