Data storage architecture for e-government interoperability: Morocco case

Hanane Benaddi, Naziha Laaz, Anass Bouhlal, Elyoussfi El Kettani


Nowadays, the amount of data created by the government and public sector organizations is growing at an exponential rate. Data sharing and the interoperability of e-government systems pose technological challenges. The lack of technical interoperability prevents the successful exchange and sharing of information among public organizations. To meet this challenge, enhancing interconnection and communication between different public infrastructures is an essential condition. To optimize the provisioning of storage resources, software defined storage (SDS) solutions add flexibility and adaptability to the storage process by isolating the hardware from the software. Hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is an emerging set of SDS solutions that provide compute, network and storage in a single platform. This paper presents a storage HCI-based architecture to store public data from different public entities, enhance collaboration and improve technical interoperability. The relevance of this approach of e-government interoperability is to allow public organization to store their data in an efficient and flexible manner on one hand, and to participate to Morocco’s e-government project on the other hand.


E-government interoperability; Hyper-converged infrastructure; Morocco; Public data storage; Software defined storage

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