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The big data center is an important basic project for the city's smart city construction. It follows the principle of "promoting development through application" and integrates the construction concept of "government cloud" on the basis of growth and sustainable development. The data center will be constructed in two phases. The first phase is the construction of basic resources, cloud computing, and big data analysis capabilities, to meet the business application and data centralization needs of government departments, and to maximize the utilization of basic data. The second phase is the capacity expansion construction of the cloud platform. According to the development of the big data center, the capacity expansion of the cloud platform will be carried out in a timely manner to ensure the future development needs of the smart city.
1. Build basic resources, cloud computing, and big data analysis capabilities. According to scientific division of functions, various IT basic resources, business applications and data, transition platforms, etc. of traditional deployment methods are migrated to big data centers, so as to meet the business application and requirements of government departments. The needs of the data set to maximize the utilization of the basic data.
2. Separate government affairs and public business to ensure data security and high reliability and redundancy.
1. The constructed data center can meet the needs of the city for 5 to 10 years of service, business data concentration and the construction of rich applications. It can meet many business applications such as smart government affairs, smart transportation, smart education, food and drug safety services, e-commerce, integrated logistics engineering, and safe cities, and meet the needs of different institutions, enterprises and citizens.
2. It has laid a solid foundation for accelerating the integration and utilization of data and promoting the construction of smart cities.