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OOI-CI & IOOS-DMAC Intersection Project FY2010. US Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS ® ). IOOS ® Plan defines: Global Component Coastal Component 17 Federal Agencies 11 Regional Associations . OOI Overview. OOI Scientific Investigation. Science Activity Model. (Mar 2011 end).

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Us integrated ocean observing system ioos
US Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®)

  • IOOS® Plan defines:

  • Global Component

  • Coastal Component

    • 17 Federal Agencies

    • 11 Regional Associations



Ooi scientific investigation
OOI Scientific Investigation

Science Activity Model

(Mar 2011 end)


The problem
The Problem

  • Each modeler has separate collection of scripts and procedures which are typically ad hoc, brittle and hard to maintain.

    • NCEP NAM: NOMADS/OPeNDAP =>NCO=>NetCDF

    • USGS Rivers: USGS/SOAP => XML

    • HFRADAR: Rutgers/OPeNDAP=>NetCDF

    • GTS CTD/XBT: AOML/Database query=>ASCII


Ooi data exchange
OOI Data Exchange


Cloud computing
Cloud Computing

  • Infrastructure as a Service

    • Compute Nodes

    • Storage

    • Present resources as infinite

  • Advantages

    • No capitalization of compute infrastructure

    • No operations of compute infrastructure

    • Very useful in development phase and during peak load

    • Easy to use, proven, quick turn around

  • Disadvantages

    • Higher costs during the operations phase

    • Reduced control of data, location, authority, security etc.

  • Existing Clouds

    • Commercial clouds: “Pay per use” and “allocation” model

    • Examples: Amazon EC2/EBS, Microsoft Azure, Google AppEngine etc.



Community involvement
Community Involvement

Feedback on this plan

Other data streams we should handle immediately?

Plan to brief NFRA Modeling Committee regularly

Wilkin (MARCOOS) has been identified as an ideal end-user modeler for participation (tech savvy, heavy data assimilation)

We would like to add two others. Volunteers?


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