DTS Data Center racks are available to State agencies and other government entities to physically house their server(s) and other equipment at the Salt Lake and Richfield data center facilities (colocated hosting). DTS provides secure facilities, growth capacity, WAN connectivity, redundant power, and basic monitoring services for State Agencies. Monitoring and WAN connectivity for nonState entities are addressed on a case by case study.
Network Services includes IP addressing, Domain Name System (DNS), primary domain email service, Internet access, web content filtering, security products such as firewalls, VPN termination and intrusion prevention systems (IPS), and the necessary tools and staff to support these services. Network Services will provide limited wireless connectivity for agencies (see the Wireless Services description in the following sections).
The Richfield Data Center (RDC) provides Executive Branch Agencies and other government entities, an off-site data center solution capable of meeting the challenges of planning and executing business objectives that include Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP) and disaster recovery.