Presentation on theme: "E-Governance Infrastructure in Karnataka By Smit Hingrajiya 201113002 M.Sc.(ICT in ARD )"— Presentation transcript:
e-Governance Infrastructure in Karnataka By Smit Hingrajiya M.Sc.(ICT in ARD )
Vision Single window delivery mechanism for all Services Anywhere & Anytime Any Device Services to Citizen Total Transparency Faster Decision-Making
Policy Karnataka is the only State who has exclusive Department for e-Governance Providing Core Infrastructure like Connectivity ( KSWAN) and Centralized Computing Infrastructure( SDC) for various Departments of GOK Implementation of Core enterprise level applications common to all departments( HRMS, e-Proc) Provide Technical Consultancy to all the departments
Infrastructure Connectivity i.e. KSWAN Centralized Computing Infrastructure - SDC Citizen Service Delivery Channels i.e. B1,K1, NEMMADI Core Applications e.g. e-Proc, HRMS Government Business Centers for digitization of data, scanning, printing etc.
State Data Centre Setup in January 2005, with 110 sq. ft of server farm area and expanded to 500 sq ft in August, 2008 Models supported – Co-location & Managed services Used as DR site for certain applications 28 departments are hosting 60 departmental applications 14 racks are populated with servers, storage and networking components
Cont.. 82 Physical servers 120 TB of storage space Adapted virtualization of servers in 2009 Virtualization software used – VMware and MS Hyper-V More than 100 servers in SDC are virtualized on 7 physical servers.
KSWAN Part of National e-Governance Plan Public – Private Partnership Government of Karnataka United Telecom Ltd Network Set up, Operation and Maintenance – 5 yr BSNL Connectivity Objective Creation of the State Information Highway Provide Data, Voice and Video services across the State High performance network(Availability and Scalability) To improve access to computing facilities
Cont.. Key Services and Features 95 Departments and 3000 Offices are connected. Data Services to the department users Video Services, Voice services Computing facilities at all Dist and Taluka locations Infrastructure Management Services Managed Security Services Help Desk Services Security Measures Logical isolation of the Departments End to End encryption of Data Virtual LANs for mutual exclusion of departments data Firewall to prevent attacks from globe Device and User Authentication