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WIS Implementation Plan in RA VI GISC Seoul Workshop, Jeju, Korea, 2012 -11 -07 Chris Little, Met Office, RTH & GISC Focal Point © Crown copyright Met Office
RMDCN - Next Generation • Contract has been re-tendered after 10 years • Cut over plan milestones: – Pilot sites 2013 -01 to 2013 -06 – Initial deployment 2013 -07 to 2013 -11 – Reliability testing 2013 -11 to 2013 -12 – Main migration 2014 -01 to 2014 -02 – Switch off old network 2014 -05 • Same or increased bandwidth • Technology & price refresh after 3 & 6 years
RA VI GISCs Operational and endorsed by WMO Cg: • GISC Exeter • GISC Offenbach • GISC Toulouse Plan to offer West European (virtual) GISC Moscow • Pre-Operational • to be audited early 2013
RA VI DCPCs 27 in RA VI Endorsed by WMO Cg or EC: 6 France 10 Germany 1 Norway 8 UK 1 ECMWF 1 EUMETSAT 22 more proposed: 1 Bulgaria 1 Czech Rep 2 Italy 2 Norway 1 Serbia 1 UK 1 Croatia 1 Finland 2 Netherlands 7 Russia 3 Sweden
RA VI WIS Implementation Workshop • RA VI (2009) established WG/TDI and TT/WIS-DI (Working Group on Technical Development and Implementation) (Task Team on WIS Development & Implementation) • 1 st Workshop, NIHM Sofia, Bulgaria, 2011 -11 • Draft Implementation Plan developed by RAVI WG/TDI, TT/WIS-DI & Management Group • Several workshops on GISC backup in 2012 • Next backup workshop at DWD, Nov 2012
RA VI Implementation Plan for NC - 1 1. Make internal decision to join WIS in RA-VI. 2. Choose a WIS Focal point, who should be knowledgeable about current GTS transmissions. 3. Check comms network connectivity, including bandwidth to current RTH and Internet access. 4. Check the traffic pattern of GTS data. Ensure bandwidth is sufficient to send & receive all data without undue delays. If not, plan increase in bandwidth or stay with GTS data transmissions. 5. Determine which GISC in the region should become the primary GISC. Communicate with GISC to gain its approval. 6. Inform WMO by PR letter of decision to be an NC, the choice of primary GISC and WIS Focal point. 7. Set up communication link to primary GISC via RMDCN. Create GISC user account for administrative matters.
RA VI Implementation Plan for NC - 2 8. Decide whether metadata editing done locally or remotely at GISC. Set up editing software locally or a connection to the GISC for editing. 9. Train a staff member and a reserve in the WMO Metadata Core Profile, either WMO or GISC training courses or via the WMO Jumpstart Offer. 10. Take responsibility for the metadata records describing data submitted by the NMHS. If necessary, modify the initial metadata records provided by Météo-France. 11. Start using WIS to send and receive data with appropriate metadata descriptions. 12. Join the user group of the GISC by attending meetings and other organised events. 13. Help monitor the regional WIS by regularly updating the country’s records in the Country Data Base including availability of service, traffic figures, errors and other comments.
RA VI Implementation Plan for DCPC More or less the same steps as for NC, plus: Gain support and liaise with the appropriate WMO Programme for the DCPC data to be made available. An RTH that wishes to become a DCPC, the NCs to be connected to the new DCPC for data collection and distribution services should be contacted for support, expressed by the relevant PRs. In accordance with the mandatory services to be provided by a DCPC as described in the Manual on WIS, select the necessary special software and install it locally. Make sure that it passes all the tests for DCPC’s which have been published by WMO. Inform and liaise with WMO CBS and appropriate Expert Teams.
RAVI WIS draft Implementation Plan - 1 Background Cg-XVI Decision to implement WIS; WMO guiding documents (1060, 1061); GISCs and DCPCs endorsed Levels of planning: Global Regional National RA VI Scenario – brief explanation of the To. Rs of WG on Technology Development and Implementation (WG/TDI) and Task team on WIS Development and Implementation (TT/WIS-DI)
RAVI WIS draft Implementation Plan - 2 Objectives: Harmonized and synchronous implementation by RA VI Members; Optimize and achieve maximum compliance; Ensure that capacity building needs of Members are addressed properly through regional cooperation
RAVI WIS draft Implementation Plan - 3 Planning Elements Designation of (additional) DCPC and NC and notification to WMO Determination of Primary GISC Capacity for handling metadata (staged? ) Capacity for DAR Monitoring capabilities (GTS development and evolution – RMDCN development) Capacity development – identification of RA VI and respective action plan with involvement of all GISCs Assisting tools – dedicated web pages; on-line forum
RAVI WIS draft Implementation Plan - 4 Staged implementation - Timeline Designation of all centres participating in the RA VI WIS Structure – end of 20 xx Capabilities – metadata, DAR – end of 20 xx All GISCs fully functional – 20 xx All DCPCs fully functional – 20 xx All NCs fully implemented – end of 20 xx
RAVI WIS draft Implementation Plan - 5 Monitoring and Evaluation Milestones – the first milestone is the Workshop itself; RA VI Session Sep 2013 – implementation progress report KPIs Progress monitoring and reviews (WG/TDI & Task Team) Risk analysis
RA-VI NCs and nominated GISCs Exeter GISC Offenbach GISC Austria Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Finland Germany Hungary Italy Latvia Montenegro Romania Serbia Sweden Switzerland Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Netherlands United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland GISC Toulouse France GISC Moscow Armenia Belarus Republic of Moldova Russian Federation Ukraine
RA-VI NCs: no nominated GISC Albania Azerbaijan Belgium Denmark Estonia Georgia Greece Iceland Ireland Israel Jordan Kazakhstan Lebanon Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Monaco Netherlands 1 Norway Poland Portugal Slovakia Slovenia Spain Syrian Arab Republic Turkey
RA VI Implementation Plan status • Areas of responsibility between 4 RA-VI GISCs should be finally agreed during RAVI session June 2013
WMO Future activities Lots of WMO Technical work: – Agree cache replication mechanism (Open. WIS proposes Bit Torrent over RMDCN) – Tighten WMO Core ISO 19115 Metadata interoperability – “Business as Usual” operating procedures with CMA, JMA, … Back-up between UK & France Open. WIS and DWD IBL Improve connectivity of GTS/RMDCN/MTN (ITT in 2012/13) Rollout: – more countries in RA-VI and MTN WMO ET work – metadata, registries Open source release of Open. WIS, community building VCP and project activities (e. g. Algeria, …, Zambia) © Crown copyright Met Office
Questions & Answers © Crown copyright Met Office
Spare slides, to be used only if required © Crown copyright Met Office
Internet and Web traffic • • • ‘Wave’, Invent’ & WOW (public beta test!) Also secure sites for other customers Hot failover clusters in two IT Halls 2 x 100 Mb/s, scalable up at 24 hours notice Public Web site 16 000 hits in two hours in bad weather, 20 000 page impressions/day normally. • Contract for Akamai edge servers to cope – pages tailored, dynamic, not static HTML • Service desk support
Open. WIS Open Source Geonetwork (Catalogue) – Licence compatibility with Open AM licence – Use with or without modifications – More secure, more scalable – DWD used OAI-PMH Java API Open SSO / Open AM (Security) – Licence Interfaces definition – Middleware with standards based interfaces – Postgres D/B – Possibility to add different software © Crown copyright Met Office