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NASA High-end Computing Environment. IT Enabled Science. NASA IT Summit Joe Bredekamp Science Mission Directorate August 17, 2010. The Science Mission Directorate. Astrophysics. Earth Science. Heliophysics. Planetary Science.

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Nasa high end computing environment

NASA High-end Computing Environment

IT Enabled Science

NASA IT Summit

Joe Bredekamp

Science Mission Directorate

August 17, 2010


Nasa high end computing environment

The Science Mission Directorate


Nasa high end computing environment

Astrophysics

Earth Science

Heliophysics

Planetary Science


6 24 10

Total Missions / Spacecraft 84 / 98

Astrophysics

Earth Science

Heliophysics

Planetary Science

6/24/10

Implementation 15 / 18

Primary Ops 19 / 19

Formulation 12 / 12

Extended Ops 38 / 49

ARC 1

GSFC 8/12

MSFC 2

JPL 8

JPL 2

GSFC 7

JPL 6

DFRC 1/0

ARC 1

MSFC 2

LaRC 1

JPL 12/15

GSFC 24/32

MSFC 2

GSFC 7

Fermi

Aura

TWINS-A

CINDI

TWINS-B

IBEX

SDO

CALIPSO

GALEX

Spitzer

Cloudsat

ACRIMsat

GRACE (2)

Jason-1

Voyager (2)

Mars Express

Mars Odyssey

MER (2)

Cassini

MRO

HST

Suzaku

Integral

RXTE

WMAP

XMM

SWIFT

Aqua

SORCE

EO-1

Terra

TRMM

Landsat 7~

THEMIS (5)

STEREO (2)

AIM

Cluster-2 (4)

Chandra

Hinode

Kepler

WISE

Herschel

Planck

OSTM~

Rosetta

DAWN

EPOXI*

NExT*

MESSENGER

New Horizons

NuSTAR

ST-7

Aquarius

MSL

JUNO

GRAIL

JWST

LDCM

GPM

Glory

NPP

SET-1

RBSP (2)

MMS (4)

SOFIA(1/0)

SMAP

OCO-2

ICESat-II

IRIS

Solar Orbiter

Solar Probe +

GEMS

Astro H

MAVEN

LADEE

NF-3

Strofio

In concept development/pre-formulation:

JDEM, SIM-Lite, LISA, IXO, Mars 2016/ExoMars, Mars 2018, OPF, CLARREO, DESDynI, GRACE FO, SAGE III

SOFIA is a mission projects but does not add spacecraft

RHESSI SOHO

TIMED TRACE WIND ACE

GEOTAIL

Italics = US instruments on foreign mission

X / Y = # of missions / # of spacecraft

* New missions for Deep Impact and Stardust, respectively

~ Operated by another agency

NOAA Reimbursable:

GOES-R, Jason-3 (pre-formulation), JPSS-1&2


Strategic triad of science

Theory

Models

Data

Strategic Triad of Science

Emerging eScience: 4th pillar or data-intensive science synthesizing theory, experiment, and computation with advanced information science and technology to enable new science challenges


Science computation and information management

Science Computation and Information Management

Provide comprehensive and robust infrastructure of data, computing, and modeling resources to maximize scientific productivity and knowledge enhancement

Key Principles

  • Stewardship responsibility for the integrity and preservation of science data assets as a national resource and ensure usability for worldwide community

  • Open Science: Universal access, sharing , and collaboration to science community, educators, students, and general public

    Challenges

    • Multitude and diversity of missions

    • Volume, richness, complexity, and breath of types of data

    • Increasingly interdisciplinary nature of research and “systems science”

    • Widely distributed and diverse nature of assets and capabilities, as well

      as users and providers

    • Evolution: Emerging technology and innovation

    • Balancing competing constraints for open access vs. security/asset

      assurance


Nasa high end computing environment

Science Mission Data Lifecycle

Key Instantiations: EOSDIS Data Centers

Planetary Data System

Astrophysics Science Archive Research Centers

Heliophysics Data Environment: Solar Data Analysis

Facility, Space Physics Data Facility


Summary

Summary

  • Highly diverse and widely distributed nature of science enterprise environment– no one-size solutions allowed!!

    • Top-down mandates not generally effective

    • Maintain federated architecture that fosters and promotes integration, interoperability and use of shared infrastructure

  • Maintain a science perspective for agility and innovation in leveraging NASA IT infrastructure capabilities and constraints

  • Need for balancing externally driven compliance and mission effectiveness trades

  • Opportunity to improve alignment with IT security and move from compliance-based to risk management, mission assurance approach


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