Mykhailo Klymash, Ivan Demydov, Mykola Beshley, Olga Shpur


Background. Cloud computing environments and services on their basis offering unprecedented cost savings, improved exchange of information and the efficiency of the infrastructure. Accordingly, by using these solutions we can increase the efficiency of the national network services segment. Thus the scalable service architecture development of network systems is a key aspect which directly forms the preferred national electronic services, both public and private sectors.
Objective. The aim of the paper is to find the ways of optimal consolidation of cloud service systems for the timely transformation of single national information space Ukraine. According to the authors, providing an opportunity to influence these processes by government oversight agencies is critical to Ukraine
Methods. Relevance of research in this area is confirmed by the rapid development of commercial technologies that make cloud implementation process simpler, safer and much more productive on the criteria of transparency, integration, expansion (scalability), quality of service. The introduction of cloud services by public and private operators of distributed service platforms requires consolidation of needs for cloud service technologies, and the harmonization of tariffs for their use by public oversight bodies such as NCCIR of Ukraine. Obviously, the developers of cloud service solutions must have the tools available to maintain service availability and quality, based on the technical and target parameters.
Results. Proposed architectural features of the cloud services implementation technologies, including private cloud using existing structures to support the government and civil service systems at significantly reducing capital expenditures, provided support to the required level of security.
Conclusions. Creation of a common cloud service network information environment requires data-centered model (in the long term DaaS), which has trusted data processing center based core, provided with the decent level of
protection and functionality, spreading a corresponding policy on all joint data processing centers of national segment cloud network system by means of interoperability, which allows to deliver services demanded here and now, using
replication and migration of corresponding services and link data (including inter-operator and cross-platform).


cloud-system; cloud computing; virtual machine; cloud structure; government and public service system

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