IoT Solutions for Government
New technologies transform urban landscape, making cities of future more efficient, sustainable and comfortable. A smart city assumes diverse agencies collaborate through the Internet of Things and get live data from M2M connected devices.
Industrial and building automation products based on AggreGate Platform offer a strong foundation for fulfilling Intelligent City infrastructure management projects.
Typical use cases and scenarios include:
Electronic Government Infrastructure Monitoring
Electronic government is rightfully considered to be a very complicated distributed business service. The service keeps on running by means of numerous standard and custom enterprise-grade applications deployed in multiple datacenters communicating over WAN links.
It should be noted that governmental service operations differ from country to country dimming a chance to create a box or a reference solution for the case. Most IT management products fail to provide end-to-end coverage due to their limited business service modelling and visualization capabilities.
Unlike many others, AggreGate team has successfully completed turnkey e-government monitoring projects in several countries, gaining unique up-to-date expertise in "big data" management.
AggreGate Network Manager and AggreGate Datacenter Supervisor products combined together provide "classic" monitoring coverage for network devices, servers, databases and standard enterprise applications, building up a solid e-government ground. The system, for instance, ensures health of load balancers, web servers and application servers operating in the first line and accepting electronically signed inquiries from citizens.
Furthermore, AggreGate attaches to hundreds of intermediate points and traces a path of each individual inquiry by analyzing middleware queues, temporary storage databases, log files and in-memory caches.
National IT infrastructure operators benefit from advantages of visualizing the routing path through diverse IT systems being able to see which exact subsystem caused a failure or a processing delay. Those inquiries which routine processing time has been exceeded are grouped in several situation center dashboards, offering click-through functionality for further analysis.
Along with that, large amounts of collected low-level inquiry data allow employing flexible business rules for evaluating overall service KPIs, such as per-agency service availability.
All governmental monitoring projects completed by the AggreGate team as of today followed a highly scalable distributed architecture schema. The solution involved a separate monitoring server residing in each regional datacenter and a central server aggregating a limited subset of data from lower-level servers.
In summary, the integrated AggreGate monitoring solution guarantees high availability at all four tiers: infrastructure, applications, operational services and business services.