Electronic Exchange of Drinking Water Lab Data. Presented by: Mike Matsko NJDEP Exchange Network Users Meeting April 18, 2006. eDWR Project Background. Project was initiated and funded as a 2002 Exchange Network Challenge Grant 5 Participating States: NH, ME, NJ, RI, and VT
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Presented by: Mike Matsko
Exchange Network Users Meeting
April 18, 2006
* 1 user account could be both a laboratory and water system user
Web Servers - Sun v480, Solaris 9 OS, SunOne Web Server 6.x, Server Certificate/SSL
App. Servers - Sun v480, Solaris 9 OS, SunOne Application Server 7 EE, Server Certificate/SSL
Database Servers - Dell PowerEdge 6650, Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS v2.1, ORACLE 9i
Note: In addition to the HW represented here, there is a box in the Secure access layer that acts as a reverse proxy so our Node can talk directly to other Nodes.
Without the reverse proxy, NJDEP would not be able to use NAAS.