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Software Capabilities Status Danette Likens and Mike Coyle AIM Team. 19 September 2012. Overview. Tasked and funded software enhancements Updated software release and distribution model Functional gaps between traditional AIM I/II and CPM/LO Module LO Module Webification

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overview
Overview
  • Tasked and funded software enhancements
  • Updated software release and distribution model
  • Functional gaps between traditional AIM I/II and CPM/LO Module
  • LO Module Webification
  • New capabilities demonstrations
future distribution model
Future Distribution Model
  • Continued major numbered releases driven through formal NMCI certification and released to users only when ready for NMCI push
  • OR
  • Central Site-based progressive release of enhanced functionality as software is accepted by the government and needed by user community
assumptions
Assumptions
  • All NETC domain AIM I/II/LO Module users will do production work on the NETPDTC Central Site instances after 30 Sep 12
  • Local AIM installations on NMCI PCs within the NETC domain will be minimal
  • Non-NMCI PCs used for AIM-based curricula development or maintenance can be updated responsively by local IT staff (government and contractor)
update process
Update Process
  • Given assumptions, all future functional enhancements to AIM I/II/LO Module will be done as quarterly incremental updates vs. major numbered releases
  • Update packaging will be determined and managed by the AIM Program Manager and Lead Engineer, as coordinated with NETC N74 and FRB
  • NETPDTC Central Site System Admins will install updates as released by AIM Pgm Office
  • AIM Lead Engineer will post updates and notify non-Central Site users (government or contractor) for responsive download and installation by local IT staff
outliers
Outliers
  • Remaining local NMCI AIM I/II/LO Module instances (NETC and non-NETC) will still have to go through software push by NMCI, based on formal certification testing
  • TRANET classrooms generally lag latest release: should we have a NETPDTC Citrix training instance with the implication of restricting training to CAC holders
  • Likely result of this new release process: local NMCI users will lag (possibly far) behind capability of AIM I/II/LO Module users on NETPDTC Central Site or local non-NMCI instances
mitigating actions
Mitigating Actions
  • More aggressive action by NMCI to test and push annual or semi-annual updates can shorten the lag between Central Site and local NMCI instances
  • Alternatives:
    • Identify and bring remaining NMCI users into central site
    • Wait until CPM & LO Module are merged into 1 web application
full occstds support in cpm
Full OCCSTDS Support in CPM

NAVMAC and NETC N7 working closely to transition full support for OCCSTDS development, maintenance, and publication into OCCSTDS Tab in CPM

Leverage ongoing functional prototype in work at NAVMAC to define complete business process

Extend that functionality into CPM OCCSTDS tab (added in CPM Rel 5.0: ongoing functional enhancements for data import into CPM and for OCCSTDS-to-JDTA tab data mapping for the end-to-end NETC N7 learning content business process)

Schedule and resources TBD

lo module webification phasing
LO Module Webification Phasing
  • Phase 1: TO 0005, Task 3.2.3.g Final Design Document (FDD) – fully funded under TO 0005
  • Phase 2: Update Phase 1 release of ‘Webified’ LO Module to support desktop client LO Module Release 5.0 functionality as tasked under TO 0011 – partially funded under TO 0011; may required additional resources to provide all Release 5.0 comparable functionality
  • Phase 3: Update Phase 2 release of ‘Webified’ LO Module to support all desktop client LO Module functionality tasked under TO 0011 and TO 0012 – TBD K$ under future TO
  • Phase 4: Update Phase 3 release of ‘Webified’ LO Module support final desktop client LO Module functionality implemented prior to ‘freeze’ of desktop client enhancements – TBD K$ under future TO
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Demonstrations

  • (Thurs am)
  • AIM II CTTL Import to CPM for pre-JDTA
  • LO Module Webification Prototype 3
  • CPM Existing Interventions linking
  • Front End Analysis Prototype