With ASET's new Cloud Server option, you can spend less time worrying about server hardware and infrastructure, and more time focused on pursuing your Agency's mission instead. ASET Cloud Servers run on the same enterprise-grade cloud platforms that the private sector users, and they are highly customizable, scalable, and secure. Additionally, all ASET Cloud Servers come with the built-in performance enhancements and security hardening that the State has deployed to all servers (Windows or Linux), making them the perfect solution for your hosted applications and server needs.
You can choose to manage Cloud Servers yourself if you have the technical expertise on-staff, or, you can have us handle server patching and security updates for you with our Managed Support option.
Other add-ons include Email Relaying through the State’s secure email system, additional storage, Microsoft SQL Server licensing, and Managed Backups to ensure business continuity in case of disaster.
The price of our Cloud Servers vary based on size and add-ons; simply get in touch for a customized quote!
Agencies who need a secure, reliable, and cost effective location to place hardware and equipment can leverage ASET's State Data Center to host servers, routers, and other gear that support websites, applications, databases, and services. The Arizona State Data Center has all the amenities needed in a Data Center, such as raised flooring, fire protection, air conditioning with humidity control, physical security, redundant electrical connections, and generator backup in case of power failure. And with connectivity to the State Fiber Ring, your applications and services are delivered from the datacenter to users quickly and securely.
Space in the State Data Center is measured and leased by the number of U's taken up by your servers, which is a standard unit of measure for Rack-mountable servers. Typical servers come in 1U, 2U, and 4U sizes, so you can easily calculate your costs based on the number of U's
you need. For customers who need additional supporting equipment in the data center above and beyond the servers themselves (examples include spare parts and equipment, cabinets, workbenches, supplies, etc.), arrangements can be made to lease space by the square foot.