The MU Data Center, operated by the Division of Information Technology, provides a secure and environmentally controlled facility that houses computing systems for MU and other University of Missouri organizations. The center offers the following standard services and features:
Servers located in the Data Center can utilize up to 10 Mbps of Internet throughput. Additional Internet bandwidth can be purchased if necessary.
All systems in the data center are located behind a firewall with a default configuration of deny all. Ports will be opened as needed but will not be opened to the entire Internet unless the service necessitates it. Exceptions to the default firewall configuration are managed on an IP-by-IP basis through the Network Address and Registration System tool. Coordination of these configurations are managed by the Division’s Network Group. Please also see the data center policies page.
Optional separately charged services include:
In most cases, floor space for academic departments is funded centrally. Non-MU departments and MU Service Operations may incur a floor space fee. Eligibility for central funding will be determined during the pre-occupancy consultation.
|Physical space per cubic foot||$25.00/foot³/month||Cubic foot space is generally used by departments not requiring an entire rack|
|Physical space per square foot||$136.25/foot²/month||Square foot space is generally used by departments requiring one or more full racks worth of space|
|Port fee (1000 Mbps)||$13.75/port/month||Billed monthly|
|Internet bandwidth||$20/Mbps/month||Above the standard 10 Mbps|
|Manual backup and off-site storage||$62/hour||Requires consultation to determine amount of time required|
|System monitoring||$62/hour||Requires consultation to determine amount of time required|
|Automatic backup and off-site storage||See backup page for information and pricing.|
Data Center floor space and services are only available to University departments. Data center space is not available for housing personal servers. Officially recognized organizations may place equipment within the Data Center as long as such space is sponsored by a University department.
Standards for placing racks and equipment in Data Center:
Anything other than the standard needs special consideration.
If you have a need for Data Center services, contact your departmental IT Pro. Users without a recognized departmental IT Pro should contact Tech Support at 573.882.5000 for a consultation or submit a consultation request form.
Use these forms for specific service requests.
Notice of Information Disclosure: Information from these forms will be used for Data Center operations only. It will not be used or released for any other purposes.