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Towards Next Generation Infrastructure
J Satyanarayana
22 Aug, 2013
Agenda
• The ‘Mega’ Issue
• Some New Initiatives
•MeghRaj
• NII 2.0
•Way Forward
An Enterprise of Enterprises !
• 1.2 Bil citizens
• and as many Aadhar s
• Over 10,000 portals and websites
• Over 5,000 o...
Land
Records
Road
Transport
Police
e-District
Treasuries
Comrl
Taxes
Agriculture
Munici
palities
Employment
Exch
PDS
Educa...
7
15
25
30 31
35
0
10
20
30
40
2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14*
12
16
21
26
0
10
20
30
2010-11 2011-12 201...
Some New Initiatives ..
e-District
• Integrated Framework for delivery of Citizen Services (Rs 1633 cr)
– Harmonizes SDC, SWAN, CSC Schemes
• Adop...
Beyond the Fibre
• GoI is implementing the National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN)
– to connect 250,000 Gram Panchayats by G...
National Cloud Computing Initiative (MeghRaj)
• Vision : Optimize utilization of IT Infrastructure & Resources
• Key objec...
e-Gov App Store
• Common repository of customizable & configurable applications
– for reuse by Central and State depts.
• ...
e-TAAL
‘We can manage what we can measure’
• e-TAAL aims to measure volume of e-Transactions in real-time
– e-Transactions...
Context
 Recent National Policies on IT &Telecom.
 Connectivity provision up to Panchayats through NOFN.
 Likely passag...
Infrastructure on Demand
 Integration Of Networks
 Data Centres / Servers
 GI Cloud
 Data & Network Security
 Multip...
Principles for Way Forward
1. Think of the Future
2. Be driven by Service Delivery
3. Consolidate & Integrate
4. Simplify
ThankYou
secretary@deity.gov.in
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NASSCOM Infrastructure Management Summit 2013 - Towards Next Generation Infrastructure

  1. 1. Towards Next Generation Infrastructure J Satyanarayana 22 Aug, 2013
  2. 2. Agenda • The ‘Mega’ Issue • Some New Initiatives •MeghRaj • NII 2.0 •Way Forward
  3. 3. An Enterprise of Enterprises ! • 1.2 Bil citizens • and as many Aadhar s • Over 10,000 portals and websites • Over 5,000 online services • 100+ Data Centres • 1000 + Networks • 950 mil mobiles ! • 250,000 delivery points Huge Expectations !
  4. 4. Land Records Road Transport Police e-District Treasuries Comrl Taxes Agriculture Munici palities Employment Exch PDS Education Income Tax Passport MCA21 Insurance Banking National IDCentral Excise Pensions e-Office e-Posts CSC Gateway eBiz EDI e-Courts India Portal Core Policies Health 14 9 5 1 2 Providing Services Providing services partially Under Implementation Design & Development At Scoping Stage 197 Services provided (out 0f 252 planned) (85 Central, 92 State, 20 Integrated) National e-Governance Plan Over 1.56 Cr e-Transactions /per month Visa Gram Pts e-Proc
  5. 5. 7 15 25 30 31 35 0 10 20 30 40 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14* 12 16 21 26 0 10 20 30 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14* 10,350 43,464 80,669 95,710 1,29,266 4,000 27,200 57,482 69,574 1,08,564 0 20,000 40,000 60,000 80,000 1,00,000 1,20,000 1,40,000 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 May2013 No. of CSCs Rolled Out Connectivity StateWide Area Network State Data Center Common Service Centers 1 4 11 16 0 5 10 15 20 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14* SSDG and State Portal *Target
  6. 6. Some New Initiatives ..
  7. 7. e-District • Integrated Framework for delivery of Citizen Services (Rs 1633 cr) – Harmonizes SDC, SWAN, CSC Schemes • Adopts an Outcome Approach – Services, Service Levels,TPM (Transactions Per Month) • Empowers the States in implementation – Model Architecture, Model RFP given to States • Project launched in 102 Districts in 12-13 – Spurt in e-Transactions seen in these Districts • To launch in 200 more Districts by March 14
  8. 8. Beyond the Fibre • GoI is implementing the National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) – to connect 250,000 Gram Panchayats by Gigabit fibre • Piloted NOFN in 59 Gram Panchayats • DeitY has designed a pilot to use the Fibre in 59 GPs – taking the bandwidth to the Govt institutions in the last mile – for providing G2C and B2C services – for establishing 21 Digital Knowledge Centres • to provide education, healthcare, skill development and educational services • ‘Beyond the Fibre’ pilot is ready for launch • Plan for rollout being designed
  9. 9. National Cloud Computing Initiative (MeghRaj) • Vision : Optimize utilization of IT Infrastructure & Resources • Key objective is to adopt cutting-edge cloud technologies for –Ensuring rapid deployment of e-gov applications • Phase-I of National Cloud approved at a cost of Rs. 99 cr. –to be established by NIC at NDC, Shastri Park, New Delhi by Sept 13 • Approach & Roadmap for NCCI published in May 13
  10. 10. e-Gov App Store • Common repository of customizable & configurable applications – for reuse by Central and State depts. • App Store will also host common components – payment gateway, messaging platform, Digital Signatures • Apps can either be downloaded and used or run directly • Apps from Private developers will also be included • e-Gov App Store launched in May 2013
  11. 11. e-TAAL ‘We can manage what we can measure’ • e-TAAL aims to measure volume of e-Transactions in real-time – e-Transactions Aggregation & Analysis Layer • e-TAAL is a national portal, that connects all eGov portals – all National & State portals that provide G2C Services • Enables Ministries/ States / Departments to monitor e-Transactions in real- time Transparency In Real-time
  12. 12. Context  Recent National Policies on IT &Telecom.  Connectivity provision up to Panchayats through NOFN.  Likely passage of ESDAct in near future.  Increased digitization / e-enablement by States.  e-District implementation  Exponential growth in requirement of IT infrastructure.  Unified e-Governance infrastructure.  Consolidation & integration of SWAN, SDC, NICNET, NKN, NOFN, NSDG, SSDG, MSDG etc  Efficiency, Reliability, Accountability and Transparency in service delivery Need Rationale Utility  Fragmented infrastructure  Inadequacy of Skilled Manpower  Increased cyber security threat  Economy in expenditure  Unified ICT infrastructure  On demand seamless availability of NII  Holistic Strategic control National Information Infrastructure (NII 2.0)
  13. 13. Infrastructure on Demand  Integration Of Networks  Data Centres / Servers  GI Cloud  Data & Network Security  Multiple Operating Systems  App Store Federated Management Value Proposition of NII 2.0
  14. 14. Principles for Way Forward 1. Think of the Future 2. Be driven by Service Delivery 3. Consolidate & Integrate 4. Simplify
  15. 15. ThankYou secretary@deity.gov.in

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