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swim prototyping labs

SWIM Prototyping & Labs

Demonstration and Prototyping Information Exchange Briefing

Jeffery Hobbs, SWIM Implementation

April 23, 2008

  • Two services were selected for limited prototyping in FY08: Integrated Terminal Weather System (ITWS) and Corridor Integrated Weather System (CIWS)
  • ITWS Prototype is using the Iona Fuse (open source) service container software on two weather products: Microburst TRACON Map Product and the Configured Alerts Product
  • CIWS Prototype is using the Mule (open source) service container software on two mosaic weather products: Vertically Integrated Liquid (VIL) and EchoTops
  • Both prototypes are developing a SWIM service that includes client & server software, using SWIM-like standards and products for Core Services.
key players
Key Players
  • ITWS Prototype is being developed by the Volpe National Transportation System Center (VNTSC) team, under the supervision of Benn Deans (ITWS lead) and the SWIM implementation team
  • CIWS Prototype is being developed by MIT Lincoln Labs (LL), under the supervision of Mike McKinney (CIWS lead) and the SWIM implementation team
major milestones goals
Major Milestones/Goals
  • Goals:
    • Gain experience with service container software and related technology/Core Services
    • Gain experience with the FAA Telecommunications Infrastructure (FTI) External Gateway (ED-8), to be used in Segment 1 by non-NAS users for SWIM access
    • Make preliminary measurements of performance impacts resulting from use of SWIM standards such as XML. (Impacts are assumed to be greatest for weather products.)
major milestones goals cont d
Major Milestones/Goals (Cont’d)
  • Milestones
    • CIWS work started December
    • ITWS work started in February with training; development work started in April
    • All prototypes to be completed by July 2008
    • Deliverables:
      • Prototype demonstration, end-to-end through ED8 gateway at WJHTC for ITWS; lab demo required for CIWS
      • Lessons learned documents from each
      • Monthly status reports
accomplishments to date
Accomplishments To Date
  • ITWS: Iona Fuse training completed; software acquired, and initial prototype of service container linked to ITWS software is up and running
  • CIWS: Mule products acquired and examined – and some have been selected for use. In addition, LL has started looking at the following, with respect to using Mule:
    • Contract-first development model
    • ‘Pluggable’ Security (Security demonstrated on simple SOAP-based ‘echo’ service)
    • Support for RPC (e.g., SOAP) vs. REST architectural style
    • Service governance (monitoring)
    • Pub/Sub Messaging
    • Scalability
future plans
Future Plans
  • Continue monitoring prototype development
  • CIWS demo to SWIM team in June
  • ITWS demo to SWIM team in July
  • Lessons learned briefings/documents available in July/August timeframe
  • On-going investigation of potential uses for prototype service in FY09, or “next steps”
swim labs
    • Prototype Lab
    • Integration Lab
  • Evaluate the Service Container (SIR/RFO)
  • Evaluate Compatibility of Service Container and SIPs environment
  • Core Services Evaluations
  • SIP Prototyping
  • Reference System