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Dinas Komunikasi dan Informatika Dearah Istimewa Yogyakarta

Customer Overview

Dinas Komunikasi dan Informatika Dearah Istimewa Yogyakarta (DIY) is a government institution managing all the things related to IT in the Yogyakarta Province. Diskominfo DIY advises the governor of Yogya Province in the IT field. The Institution is established according to Law No.23 Year 2014 about Regional Government and Government Regulation No.18 Year 2016 concerning Regional Devices, which mandates that every regional government carry out compulsory government affairs that are related to basic services, including communication and informatics, statistic, and coding.

Business Pain-Points

All of the Yogyakarta Provincial institutions' applications were located in the Diskominfo DIY data center. There are currently 120 virtual machines in the DIY data center, with the number expected to increase. This makes it mandatory for Diskominfo DIY to have a Disaster Recovery Center. Their DR was in Batam. In the existing Diskomifo DIY data center and DRC, they used 3-tier traditional architecture running VMware. They used an existing Cisco UCS Blade System with 6 nodes of servers and more than 5 physical servers in the DC. In the DRC they also had 1 UCS Blade server system with 6 nodes of servers. Therefore, their requirements were:

-Data replicated to DRC within 1 day (120vms)
-Integration with existing solutions
-Improved SLA and user satisfaction
-Easy management, maintenance, and flexibility to move between DC and DRC
-Easy flexibility and expansion
-Single pane of monitoring for DC and DR
-Both DC and DR sites completely protected from any harmful traffic
-Ability to connect to both DC and DR using a secure tunnel link

Sangfor Solution

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