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  • Optimum utilization of Infrastructure – Power, racks, servers, s/w licenses etc, huge operational cost, also will be difficult to meet line dept requirements <br />

CloudGov 2014 -Inaugural – Cloud in Governa - Renu Budhiraja, Senior Director & Head of Department, State Data Centers... CloudGov 2014 -Inaugural – Cloud in Governa - Renu Budhiraja, Senior Director & Head of Department, State Data Centers... Presentation Transcript

  • 6/16/2014 1 Renu Budhiraja Sr. Director, e-Governance Department of Electronics & Information Technology Ministry of Communications & IT Government of India renu@gov.in
  • Cloud enablement Indian Government initiative (GI Cloud – MeghRaj) • Optimum utilization of Infrastructure • Speeding up the IT procurement cycle • Moving from Capex to Opex model • Infrastructure elasticity – scale up & scale down • Easy replicable productized applications at one place 2 Paradigm shift in the way Government procures the infrastructure and deploys the e-Gov applications
  • GI Cloud (MeghRaj)- Vision and Policy 3 Vision • Accelerate delivery of e-services • Optimise ICT spending of the government. Policy & Policy Principles • First evaluate the option of using GI Cloud (National & State Clouds) for implementation of all new projects • Existing applications be evaluated for migration to GI Cloud Policy Principles • All Government clouds to follow standards & guidelines set by Govt. of India. • All new applications to be Cloud ready.
  • GI Cloud Services Directory 1 AppStore AppStore AppStore 4 GI Cloud (MeghRaj) Architecture 2 Built by private cloud providers 1 Single Portal for Service Delivery
  • Aspects to be addressed • How to authorize CSPs to provide services to government (based on security, contractual, SLAs etc) • How can departments select the CSP • Standardisation of services • Different Tariff models • Different Payment models • Business & Revenue models • Capacity building & advisory services
  • MeghRaj Governance Structure MeghRaj APEX Committee (Chaired by Secretary, DeitY)
  • National Cloud by NIC https://cloud.gov.in Phone: 011-22181750/51 (Helpdesk) Email: support@cloud.gov.in
  • Progress and Way forward • Two Cloud reports published in June 2013 o ‘GI Cloud Strategic Direction Paper’ o ‘GI Cloud Adoption and Implementation Roadmap’ • National Cloud by NIC phase-I launched on 4th Feb’14. • Setting up of other National Clouds • Setup the CMO at the earliest • Assess Demand for Cloud Services o Will help in understanding the infrastructure, storage & application demand by various departments at the center and States o Framework prepared and workshop in April/ May 2014 o Business models  MeghRaj (GI-Cloud) service Directory • SDCs being Cloud enabled- Template RFP shared • Enlarge eGov App Store (apps.gov.in) 6/16/2014 8
  • eGov AppStore http://apps.gov.in • National level common repository and market place of productized applications, components and web services • Can be re-used by various government agencies/departments at Centre and in the States • Speedy development and deployment of eGov applications • Easy replication of successful applications across States avoiding duplication of efforts and cost • Availability of certified applications following common standards at one place 9
  • Journey ahead • Policy for onboarding application developed by private players on eGov AppStore • Accreditation Mechanism • Possible Revenue Models • Possible Business Models • IPR issues
  • THANK YOU Renu Budhiraja renu@gov.in