The rendering shown here does not provide insight in how this state will be realized or cite its advantages. It is similar to an architectural rendering of a building. To get a true picture of how the house will be built, we need the blueprints for construction. User functions generally access from the top down. The hardware is at the lowest layer, then basic services, then mission services, then user interface Note that the term “services” is used for three of the layers. The next few slides discuss SOA basics.
Ronla Henry NWS/OST/PPD AWIPS Tech Infusion Overview and Status May 11, 2009 National Weather Service
Data delivery enhancements: “Smart push-smart pull” data access
Visual collaboration enhancements
Information generation enhancements
AWIPS Technology Infusion Roadmap Phase II AWIPS SOA Extension = Fiscal Year = Calendar Year OTE / Deployment Phase I AWIPS 1 Migration NAWIPS Migration Thin Client Phase III Enterprise Enhancements Data Delivery- Smart Push/Pull CHPS IOC FOC NWS Integrated Collaboration Phase 2 Phase 3 Streamlined Generation of Products IOC FOC 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Baseline (AWIPS I) Application Migration WES Integration Advanced Visualization IOC
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Migration Task Orders Task Order (TO) Delivery Date Migrate primarily GFE capabilities (TO9) September 2008 Investigate technical issues/questions surrounding migration (TO-DTP) February 2009 Migrate of primarily Hydrologic capabilities (TO10) February 2009 Task Order Development and Transition Planning (DTP) March 2009 SOA Migration Complete (TO11) November 2009 Provide of technical materials supporting training preparation following TOs 8-11 (TO-T1) 3 weeks following TO delivery date