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A few notes on GEOSS Architecture
George Percivall
GEO Task Faciltator IN-05 – GEOSS Design and Interoperability
EarthCube...
GEOSS Enterprise Viewpoint
GEOSS Enterprise Viewpoint
GEOSS connects Observations to Decisions
GEOSS Architecture Concepts
• System of Systems
– Participating systems are autonomous
– Shared vision
• Open
– Interopera...
Information
Viewpoint
Computational
Viewpoint
Engineering
Viewpoint
Technology
Viewpoint
Enterprise
Viewpoint
Internationa...
Information
Viewpoint
Computational
Viewpoint
Engineering
Viewpoint
Technology
Viewpoint
Enterprise
Viewpoint
GEOSS Vision...
Observations
• GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI)
– Portal for identity
– Broker/clearinghouse across communities
• Archite...
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AHM 2014: A Few Notes on GEOSS Architecture

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Presentation given by George Percival in the afternoon Architecture Forum Session on Day 1, June 24 at the EarthCube All-Hands Meeting.

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  • This Figure depicts the enhanced capabilities in an operational view diagram. The contribution of resources related to earth observing systems are primarily data and services, and their descriptions (metadata). The central portion of the diagram shows the GEOSS Common Infrastructure that coordinates access to the systems, applications, models, and products. Users are shown in the context of the nine official GEO SBAs.
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    1. 1. A few notes on GEOSS Architecture George Percivall GEO Task Faciltator IN-05 – GEOSS Design and Interoperability EarthCube Test Governance IT Team Chief Engineer, OGC EarthCube All Hands Meeting 24 June 2014 OGC
    2. 2. GEOSS Enterprise Viewpoint
    3. 3. GEOSS Enterprise Viewpoint GEOSS connects Observations to Decisions
    4. 4. GEOSS Architecture Concepts • System of Systems – Participating systems are autonomous – Shared vision • Open – Interoperability through open standards – GEOSS Data Sharing Principles • Evolutionary Development – Agile/Scrum iterative development sprints – Emergent architecture captured in viewpoints
    5. 5. Information Viewpoint Computational Viewpoint Engineering Viewpoint Technology Viewpoint Enterprise Viewpoint International Standard for IT Architecture RM-ODP Viewpoints
    6. 6. Information Viewpoint Computational Viewpoint Engineering Viewpoint Technology Viewpoint Enterprise Viewpoint GEOSS Vision and Targets Societal Benefit Areas System of Systems/ Interoperability GEOSS AIP Architecture RM-ODP Viewpoints Earth Observations Geographic Features Spatial Referencing Metadata and Quality GEOSS Data-CORE Catalog/Registry Access and Order Processing Services Sensor Web User Identity Publish Resources Discover Resources Visualize and Access Process and Automate Maintain and Support SoS GEOSS User GEOSS Resource Provider Component Types Information Framework Use Cases Services Tutorials
    7. 7. Observations • GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI) – Portal for identity – Broker/clearinghouse across communities • Architecture and Data Committee – Architecture governance, e.g., GCI – Architecture guidance: AIP sprints and SIF • Domain (SBA) Integrators – People that know both IT and Science – Key to building domain communities on the common architecture
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