The Division of Technology Services (DTS) provides all State entities with hosting services, including compute, storage, databases, authentication and authorization, monitoring, 24/7 support, firewall, backup and restore, wide area network, security, and load balancing. DTS offers multiple options for infrastructure/computing hosting environments.
Enterprise monitoring is an application used to verify that hardware devices (e.g., servers switches, netops, UPS, etc.) and software products, applications, and services provided by the State of Utah are working correctly and are available. It is also used to gather information about the above items for the purpose of reporting statistics and providing context for troubleshooting.
The Division of Technology Services (DTS), Hosting Services product involves the management of servers, storage, and backup/restore services for executive branch agencies within the State of Utah. It includes installation, deployment, maintenance and support of the operating system (OS), web server, and application server software.
Virtual Applications Hosting (VAPPS) provides a hosting environment to virtualize and securely deliver applications to end user devices. Customers are assigned development, test, and production Remote Desktop Session Host (RDSH) servers within a dedicated pool. Pools are configured redundantly to facilitate high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) requirements. The operating system and server resources are licensed and maintained by the Division of Technology Services (DTS).