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Invitation to Monitoring & QoS Ad hoc
99th OGC Technical Committee
Dublin, Ireland
Ilkka Rinne / ...
OGC
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QoS Capabilities extension
• The challenge: Auto-discover the Quality of Service levels
of OGC Web Service instances...
OGC
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QoS Capabilities extension
• The goal: Enable client software, QoS monitoring tools,
geoportals & catalogs to auto-d...
OGC
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More ideas welcome!
• OWS Monitoring API?
– A standardized way to access service metrics data from any OGC
Web Servi...
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Invitation to Monitoring & QoS ad hoc

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A quick call for interest in the Quality of Service activities within the OGC. Presented at the Opening plenary of the 99th OGC Technical Committee meeting in Dublin, Ireland on 20th June 2016.

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Invitation to Monitoring & QoS ad hoc

  1. 1. ® Sponsored by Hosted by Invitation to Monitoring & QoS Ad hoc 99th OGC Technical Committee Dublin, Ireland Ilkka Rinne / Spatineo 20th June 2016 Copyright © 2016 Open Geospatial Consortium
  2. 2. OGC ® QoS Capabilities extension • The challenge: Auto-discover the Quality of Service levels of OGC Web Service instances. – Is this service even meant to be reliable / operational? • The solution: Declared best estimate/SLA to communicate to the users: • Availability (24/7, office hours, best effort, beta/test, regular maintenance) • Expected performance (max. response time) for stated, representative operations & parameters (layer/feature type, CRS, format). • Capacity (number of simultaneous requests happily served) • Inline with the INSPIRE QoS service metadata requirements. Copyright © 2016 Open Geospatial Consortium
  3. 3. OGC ® QoS Capabilities extension • The goal: Enable client software, QoS monitoring tools, geoportals & catalogs to auto-discover the expected QoS level of the services. • Suggested approach: – Leverage Capabilities extensions of existing standards (WMS, WMTS, WFS, WCS, SOS, others?). – Verify the feasibility in OGC Testbeds & other real-world interoperability testing projects. – Engineering reports, best practice documents etc. – Eventually OGC standardization via the extension mechanism of the existing OGC standards. • Expectation management & building user trust in the online Spatial Web Services. Copyright © 2016 Open Geospatial Consortium
  4. 4. OGC ® More ideas welcome! • OWS Monitoring API? – A standardized way to access service metrics data from any OGC Web Service to enable plug&play centralized SDI monitoring. • Generic heath check (up/down) • Technical remote monitoring (computing resources, DB connections etc.) • Recent usage statistics (request rate, number of successful / failed requests – Recommend a limited set of existing & well-known authentication/authorization mechanisms to be used. – Would require additional operation(s) to existing standards, thus probably a longer term activity. • Join the kick-off ad hoc meeting online, email to ilkka.rinne@spatineo.com by 28th June to agree on a date. Copyright © 2016 Open Geospatial Consortium

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