StarHub launches government cloud services

Networks Asia Staff
23 Oct 2012
Daily News

StarHub has teamed up with several technology partners to provide government public cloud services over ‘Argonar,’ its Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform.

The strategic partnership has been formed to meet the requirements for a cloud services tender from the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA).

The 'Argonar' IaaS platform is built with Huawei's cloud computing infrastructure, which is an Intel-based Cloud Builders Reference Architecture.

StarHub also partners with Symantec and Trend Micro Singapore, to provide a range of management, technology and security solutions for government agencies that utilize its ‘Argonar’ platform. The solutions are for non-sensitive computing workloads that do not need to reside within the government's G-Cloud environment.

The internet traffic on StarHub’s IaaS infrastructure is protected by StarHub Clean Pipe Anti-DDos service that is monitored at its own Network Operations Centre, in addition to the Cyber Watch Centre services managed by e-Cop to detect any malicious activity.

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