National Weather Service Review Program Manager, Integrated Dissemination Program: Luis Cano National Weather Service Integrated Dissemination Program

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<ul><li> Slide 1 </li> <li> National Weather Service Review Program Manager, Integrated Dissemination Program: Luis Cano National Weather Service Integrated Dissemination Program April 8, 2015 </li> <li> Slide 2 </li> <li> Agenda Integrated Dissemination Program (IDP) IDP Overview IDP Challenges / Benefits IDP Timeline IDP Architectural Structure IDP Infrastructure IDP Milestones IDP NWSTG Re-Architecture NWSTG Overview NWSTG Re-architecture Project Use Case Radar Level III Use Case FTP Services 2 </li> <li> Slide 3 </li> <li> IDP Overview IDP plans to deliver NOAA Wide Dissemination Services in a phased approach In Phase 1, IDPs focus is on executing against its 3 Program, Project and Activities (PPAs) requirements: 1) NWS Ground Readiness Project, 2) NWS Telecommunication Gateway (Re- architecture), and, 3) NWS Next Generation IT Web Services. 3 </li> <li> Slide 4 </li> <li> Aging Infrastructure Backup Telecommunication Gateway Disbursed dissemination applications Multiple sources of weather data Inadequate Networks Next generation of satellite (volume increase) about to launch Super Computer Upgrade (volume increase) Current State ( Challenges ) Integrated Dissemination Program Phase 1 Initiatives Target State (Benefits) Redundant Dissemination Infrastructure at diverse locations with 100% primary and backup operational capability NWSTG Re-architected functionality Disseminate a single source of weather data to NWSTG consumers, aviation decision makers, and others Fully exploit and benefit from new observations and products Improved and upgraded NWS Networks with increased bandwidth Dissemination Infrastructure NWSTG Re-architecture Functionality NextGen IT Direct Readout (GRB Antennas) SBN Upgrade Network Upgrade &amp; Optimization IDP IDP Challenges / Benefits 4 </li> <li> Slide 5 </li> <li> Primary Site (NCWCP) FY13 FY17 FY16FY15FY14 O&amp;M Design &amp; Build out Phase 2 Design &amp; Build out Phase 1 Engg Study, Reqts &amp; Acqn Design &amp; Build Out Backup Site (DSRC) Phase 2NCWCP Build out complete O&amp;M Reqts Refresh Re-architecture Site B-74% Operational Capability Retire Legacy NWSTG O&amp;M Site A - 100% / Site B - 74% Site A - 100% / Site B - Build and Test Requirement Phase Design / Build / Test Cutover Backup Site Build out complete IDP Infrastructure NWSTG Re-arch Funct. Re-arch Contract Award NWSTG Functions at IDP Primary Site NWSTG Functions at IDP Backup Web Services Prototype O&amp;M Provide NWS Products for FAA Operations NextGen IT Contract Award Prototype Dev &amp; Impl Dev &amp; Impl of NextGen IT Web Services Acqn for NextGen IT Web Services Web Services Prototype Delivered IDP Web Services Implemented Augments &amp; reuses same infrastructure Experimental Operations NextGen IT GVAR Antennas GRB Antennas &amp; SBN Upgrade O&amp;M GRB Antennas Installed GRB Antenna Contract Award O&amp;M Dev &amp; Impl GRB Assessment &amp; Site Survey (Reqts &amp; Acqn) Retiring GVAR Antennas GOES-R Launch Direct Readout (GRB) GRP Network Upgrade &amp; Opt. Current Networks GRP Network Upgrade &amp; Optimization O&amp;M Upgrade &amp; Optimization Contract Award O&amp;M Build &amp; Transition to GRP Network Reqts &amp; Acqn Network Upgraded &amp; Optimized Retire Legacy NWS Networks Phase 1 - Current NCWCP Compute Farm Augmented NextGen IT Web Services IDP Timeline High Level View SBN Upgraded to Full Transponder 5 </li> <li> Slide 6 </li> <li> IDP Timeline IDP Dissemination Infrastructure Sites Build out IDP Backup Site (Phase 3) at DSRC (Boulder, CO) Capability Improvements Provided by IDP Dissemination Infrastructure: Redundant primary and backup capability in two diverse locations (College Park, MD and Boulder, CO) Scalable architecture Hot Backup Centralized and consolidated infrastructure Ability to disseminate large amount of data Secured sites at (near) Trusted Internet Connections Access Providers (TICAP) locations Requirement and Acquisition Phase Design, Build, and Test Phase Cutover Operations and Maintenance Retire/Phase Out IDP Primary Site at NCWCP (College Park, MD) FY13 FY17 FY16FY15FY14 IDP Primary Site (Phase 1) Current Compute Farm Augmented at NCWCP O&amp;M CutoverO&amp;M Build out IDP Primary Site Phase 2 Build out IDP Primary Site Phase 1 Facilities Study, Planning &amp; Initiate Construction IDP Backup Site at DSRC (Boulder, CO) Build out IDP Primary Site (Phase 2) at NCWCP (College Park, MD) O&amp;M Build out IDP Primary Site Phase 3 6 </li> <li> Slide 7 </li> <li> IDP Timeline NWSTG Re-Architecture Functionality NWSTG Refresh NWSTG Re-architecture FY13FY17FY16FY15FY14 NWSTG Site B -74% Operational Capability NWSTG Functions on IDP Primary Dissemination Service Retire Legacy NWSTG O&amp;MCutover NWSTG Refresh Site A = SSMC2 Silver Spring, MD Site B = NESCC Fairmont, WV Retire Legacy NWSTG O&amp;M Site A 100% Site B -Build and Test Requirement Phase Design &amp; Build &amp;Test of NWSTG Function Cutover Capability Improvements Provided by NWSTG Re-architecture: Redundant primary and backup capability in two diverse locations with 100% hot-hot operational capability on primary (NCWCP College Park, MD) and backup (DSRC Boulder, CO) sites. Ability to process anticipated increases in environmental data volume from new satellites (e.g. GOES-R and JPSS), increases and enhancements to environmental model prediction (e.g. HRRR), and radar data. Requirement and Acquisition Phase Design, Build, and Test Phase Cutover Operations and Maintenance Retire/Phase Out Site A 100% Site B 74% Site A 100% Site B 80% Site A 100% Site B 90% IDP A 100% IDP B 100% NWSTG Re-architecture IDP Primary = NCWCP College Park, MD IDP Backup = DSRC Boulder, CO 7 </li> <li> Slide 8 </li> <li> IDP Timeline NextGen IT NextGen Prototype NextGen IT FY13FY17FY16FY15FY14 O&amp;M NOAA IDP Web Services Provides NWS Products to FAA SEP 2016 NextGen IT Contract Award Web Services Prototype Dev &amp; Impl Dev &amp; Impl of NextGen IT Web Services Acqn for NextGen IT Web Services NOAA IDP NextGen Web Services Prototype Delivered Sept 2013 (~400 Products) NOAA IDP Web Services Implemented Dec 2015 (~1300 Products) Capability Improvements Provided by NextGen IT Web Services: Common logical entry point for data discovery and access Consolidation and standardization of data formats Standardized OGC-compliant Web Services access Standards-based registry/repository Near term replaces legacy FAA Bulk Weather Telecommunications Gateway (FBWTG) connection from NWS to FAA Mid term support for NWS AWIPS consumers Long term support for other users (NOAA, DoD, DHS, public) Augments &amp; reuses same infrastructure Experimental Operations Requirement and Acquisition Phase Design, Build, and Test Phase Cutover Operations and Maintenance Retire/Phase Out 8 </li> <li> Slide 9 </li> <li> IDP Timeline Direct Readout (GRB Antennas) GVAR Antennas Direct Readout (GRB Antennas) &amp; SBN Upgrade FY13FY17FY16FY15FY14 O&amp;M GRB Antenna Installed at Guam Direct Readout (GRB Antenna) Contract Award Operations and Maintenance Development &amp; Implementation GRB Assessment and Site Survey (Requirement &amp; Acquisition Phase) Retiring GVAR Antennas Capability Improvements Provided by Direct Readout: Ensure NCEP Remote Centers and Alaska and Pacific Regions can fully exploit GOES-R observations by GOES-R launch (currently scheduled for September 2016) GOES-R Launch March 2016 Requirement and Acquisition Phase Design, Build, and Test Phase Cutover Operations and Maintenance Retire/Phase Out SBN Upgraded to a Full Transponder Complete GRB Antenna Installations 9 </li> <li> Slide 10 </li> <li> IDP Timeline NWS GRP Network (CONUS and OCONUS) Upgrade &amp; Optimization NWS Current Networks NWS GRP Network Upgrade &amp; Optimization FY13FY17FY16FY15FY14 O&amp;M NWS GRP Network Upgrade &amp; Optimization Contract Award O&amp;M Build &amp; Transition to GRP Network Requirement &amp; Acquisition Phase Complete NWS Dissemination Network Resilience and Capacity Site Audits Capability Improvements Provided by NWS GRP Network Upgrade &amp; Optimization: Improve and consolidate NWS networks Provide increased bandwidth Upgrade information technology infrastructure and networks at Weather Forecast Offices (WFO), River Forecast Centers (RFC), National Center for Environmental Prediction (NCEP), National Specialized Centers, and Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System (AWIPS) Network Control Facilities. Requirement and Acquisition Phase Design, Build, and Test Phase Cutover Operations and Maintenance Retire/Phase Out Retire Legacy NWS Networks 10 </li> <li> Slide 11 </li> <li> IDP Architectural Structure Diagram illustrates IDP delivering an integrated enterprise-wide dissemination service 11 </li> <li> Slide 12 </li> <li> IDP Infrastructure NWS Ground Readiness Upgrade &amp; Optimization IDP is delivering Ground Readiness Capabilities Network Upgrade and Optimization Fixing and maintaining NWS operational networks Delivering near-term incremental capability and reliability upgrades/improvements Planning and executing long-term upgrade to comprehensively move NWS networks to single end-to-end managed system that is reliable and meets capacity requirements NWS Geostationary Weather Satellite Antenna Capabilities Updating NWS geostationary downlink antennas and ingest systems for Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite R-Series Program (GOES-R) SBN Expansion Increasing NWS SBN from 30 to 60+ Mbps SBN disseminates crucial satellite, radar, and model data to NWS field offices/external partners 12 </li> <li> Slide 13 </li> <li> IDP Infrastructure Dissemination Upgrades &amp; Optimization IDP is optimizing Dissemination Infrastructure Capabilities Building infrastructure at Primary Site (College Park, MD) and Backup Site (Boulder, CO) Migrating operational dissemination applications to dissemination infrastructure Centralized developmental capacities for operational dissemination applications Building infrastructure to support the NWSTG Re-architecture Capabilities being delivered include: Scalable, robust, secure, and shared 7x24x365 operational dissemination infrastructure FOC FY15 Q4 Operational onboarding of critical NOAA and NWS dissemination applications IDP Dissemination Infrastructure Primary Site - Currently Fully Operational IDP Dissemination Infrastructure Backup Site - Currently in Design and Construction Phase 13 </li> <li> Slide 14 </li> <li> IDP Infrastructure GIS Capabilities and NextGen IT Web Services IDP is leveraging web services and GIS to disseminate NOAA and NWS critical data to forecasters, NOAA users, federal partners (Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Federal Emergency Management Agency), International community and general public GIS and NextGen IT Web Services/Capabilities being provided: NWS Initial Operating Capability (IOC) to support FAA NextGen (FY 2015 Q4) Implement a net-centric weather information dissemination capability to fulfill NWS role in the congressionally mandated NextGen directive Onboarding/migration of current GIS capabilities on operational dissemination infrastructure Cross NOAA initiative Establish common format framework for operating GIS data sets and consistent metadata and a consolidated catalog for discovery and access of NOAA and NWS geospatial content 14 </li> <li> Slide 15 </li> <li> NWS Ground Readiness Initiate consolidated networking functionality Maintain terrestrial network at the AWIPS NCF and MGS Complete SBN augmentation and optimization Continue installations of GOES-R Re-broadcast (GRB) and direct readout antenna upgrades Complete successful capacity end-to-end testing for increase in satellite, model and radar data including conducting GOES-R readiness testing activities Dissemination Infrastructure Complete primary site augmentation and optimization Complete backup site build-out and augmentation Initiate NWSTG Re-architecture activities GIS and NextGen IT Web Services Continue on-boarding / migration of NOAA and NWS web services in support of the NextGen IT and GIS capabilities on operational primary and backup facility Complete operational deployment of NWS initial operational NextGen IT Web Services capability at primary site for dissemination of products to the FAA IDP - 2015 Milestones 15 </li> <li> Slide 16 </li> <li> IDP - 2016 Milestones NWS Ground Readiness Continue consolidated networking functionality Complete installations of GOES-R GRB and direct readout antenna upgrades Support GOES-R launch readiness and post-launch testing Establish initial operational capability for GOES-R space weather products Dissemination Infrastructure Complete primary and backup site augmentation and optimization Continue migration of all services to primary and backup sites, including NWSTG Re-architecture activities GIS and NextGen IT Web Services Continue on-boarding / migration of NOAA and NWS web services in support of the NextGen and GIS capabilities on operational primary and backup facility Complete operational deployment of NextGen IT Web Services at backup site for dissemination of products to the FAA 16 </li> <li> Slide 17 </li> <li> National Weather Service Review National Weather Service Integrated Dissemination Program NWSTG Re-Architecture April 8, 2015 NOAA IDP Manager: Luis Cano NOAA IDP NWSTG Re-architecture Project Manager: Kevin Conaty 17 </li> <li> Slide 18 </li> <li> NWSTG is Nations hub (24x7) for collection and distribution of an extensive range of weather data and products (surface observations, models, radar imagery, satellite imagery, buoy data, watches and warnings, and forecasts) Customers worldwide use data distributed by NWSTG having an impact on a wide range of economic and emergency management decisions daily NWSTG is the Region IV Global Information System Center (GISC) Current NWSTG has the following issues Limited backup capability: 74% backup operational capability that could result in more than a 90% loss in weather observations and degraded forecast accuracy Limited capacity and infrastructure: Inadequate capacity to accommodate projected increases of satellite, model and radar data NWSTG Overview 18 </li> <li> Slide 19 </li> <li> NWSTG Re-architecture Project will provide: 100% backup capability Accommodate projected increases in satellite (e.g., GOES-R), model, &amp; radar data Leverage IDP dissemination infrastructure Private Cloud to re-architect on a scalable, virtual, reliable and flexible infrastructure Re-architecture will encompass fundamental changes to Hardware footprint Software design (encompasses more than porting over software to IDP dissemination infrastructure) Network infrastructure equipment Goal is to transparently de-construct all current NWSTG functionality and transition it to the IDP dissemination infrastructure NWSTG Re-Architecture Project 19 </li> <li> Slide 20 </li> <li> FY 15 Planned Milestones 1.Complete buildout of backup facility in Boulder, CO 2.Began transition of NWSTG functions to IDP File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Services Weather.noaa.gov National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (NLETS) 3.Begin buildout of Message Switching functionality FY 15 Planned Milestones 1.Complete buildout of backup faci...</li></ul>

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