Data Center Physical Security Policy and Procedure. This includes things such as equipment installation/removal. Policies For Data Center Equipment Deliveries. Data Center Standards. This. machine room space to uncrate/unpack and prepare equipment for installation. IUB Data Center: A staging area for equipment is. Data Center Power and Cooling. deployment of IT equipment in the data center. RU markings on rack rails simplify equipment installation. Of heavy equipment, which is a category, in which most rack-mounted data center equipment. [BEST PRACTICES - HANDLING IT EQUIPMENT IN A DATA CENTER].
Standard Operating Procedure. UTPA has approximately 2. Data Center space in four machine rooms located on the campus. Two of the rooms are Tier I and two are at Tier II for business continuity and physical security levels. Current plans to upgrade one of the machine rooms during 2.
Tier II space by 2. On Campus Data Center space is limited for the next 5 to 7 years to the space available now. UTPA will be using the UT Arlington Regional Data Center (a Tier III facility) to provide failover capability for campus systems during hurricane season and at other times the campus Data Center may be down. Data Center space is allocated and used based on the University’s operational priorities, with mission critical applications at the top of the list and less critical equipment and software systems farther down in priority in terms of access to the facilities for business continuity set up. Growth of the currently in place infrastructure and the currently in production systems is the highest priority for use of the available space.
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This procedure applies to new and additional technology above that currently in or planned for production. While significant additions, in terms of capacity and cost, is subject to project review and approval through the Information Technology Management Council, most department level projects can be handled routinely under this procedure. It is important to note that to increase the effectiveness of the relatively expensive space in the Data Centers, upgrades of the currently hosted applications and future applications accepted for hosting in the Data Center will run in virtual servers whenever feasible. Data Center services available to campus departments are: Server and Operating System administration and maintenance.
Data Center environmental and security conditions. Network connectivity at appropriate bandwidths.
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Storage and storage management including backup/restore services. Database Administration Services if applicable.
Services provided under a Service Level Agreement (SLA)Additional space and services for the normal growth projected during project or SLA planning. Coordination with the Information Systems department for application administration services.
Archive: Copies of data written in transportable format on durable media or media that is refreshed frequently with error detection and correction provisions. Backup: Copy of files and applications made to avoid loss of data and facilitate recovery in the event of a system failure. Default retention on backups is 3 weeks. Retention beyond three to six months is problematic due to the lack of durability of the media. Longer retention periods requires rewrite of the data to fresh media to avoid high risk of loss. Change: Any addition, modification or update, or removal of an Information Resource that can potentially impact the operation, stability, or reliability of an Entity network or computing environment. Change Management: Process of controlling the communication, approval, implementation, and documentation of modifications to hardware and software to ensure that information resources are protected against improper modification before, during, and after system implementation. Confidential Data: Data maintained by state agencies and universities that is exempt from disclosure under the provisions of the Public Records Act or other applicable state and federal laws. The controlling factor for confidential Data is that of disclosure. Copyright Violations: Copyright is a form of protection of an author’s original works in Unites States Law that makes it illegal to use the copyrighted work without the copyright owner’s permission. License agreements for technology products provide the permission and terms under which the copyrighted work may be used.
Penalties for violation carry a price tag starting at around 2.