EGNC provides two co-location services:
1. Government co-location – Only applicable to Government agencies.
2. Private co-location – Only applicable to private organisations.
Government co-location shares the same Government network. All servers between Government agencies can safely interconnect for integration purposes. Internet connections uses EGNC’s single internet gateway.
Private co-location is not connected to the Government network.
No. All Government agencies must use Government co-location service. This is for the purpose of ease of integration and centralised management
No, unless there is very strong reason to use a separate network and it must be brought up to the proper authority for consideration.
One Government Network (OGN) is a dedicated and secure wide-area-network infrastructure that is used to connect any Government Agencies to EGNC.
OGN application must be submitted to EGNC
The Government agency or private organisation writes a letter of intent to EGNC and include the following information:
1. Date of intended co-location
2. Number of servers
3. Number of racks
4. Name of remote site(s) which connects to EGNC and their connection speed