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Indian Army Gets A Highly Encrypted Cloud System

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In any future environment, the Army will likely operate multiple locations across land, air, sea and cyber landscapes.

It will do so on relatively short notice to achieve a specific objective. A highly encrypted cloud system of the Indian Army, similar to that of Google, which will store personnel as well operational data, has been launched in New Delhi in line with the force’s plan to be a “digital army”.

The ‘Army Cloud’ includes a central date centre, a near line data centre, both in Delhi and a disaster recovery site for a replication of its critical data along with virtualised servers and storage in an environmentally controlled complex. This is similar to ‘Meghraj’, the cloud system of National Informatics Centre, and will provide all IT infrastructure, including servers for computing, storage, network security equipment centrally for automation of Indian Army.

This is similar to ‘Meghraj’, the Cloud system of National Informatics Centre, and will provide all information technology infrastructure, including servers for computing, storage, network security equipment centrally for automation of Indian Army.

Army officials said the latest technology in the field has been incorporated in the implementation of the first-ever software defined date centre, wherein all the resources could be provisioned to different applications on the Cloud with the click of a button.

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