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AIM Central Site / CITRIX Metaframe. 4 November, 2008. Central Site. Background SWS AIM I Metaframe Central Site CNATT Prototype Metaframe Instance Advantages Demo. SWS Central Site. Operational since Jul 07 on fedsun server at NAWCTSD Orlando for all SWS curricula Metrics:

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central site
Central Site
  • Background
  • SWS AIM I Metaframe Central Site
  • CNATT Prototype Metaframe Instance
  • Advantages
  • Demo
sws central site
SWS Central Site
  • Operational since Jul 07 on fedsun server at NAWCTSD Orlando for all SWS curricula
  • Metrics:
    • 60 users (6-8 concurrent)
    • 33 courses
    • 2+ gb data storage (AIM database plus IMI)
    • 6 geographically dispersed user sites – TTF Bangor/Kings Bay; contractors from Cocoa Beach, FL to Pittsfield, MA to Anaheim, CA
  • 99%+ availability
  • Speed/responsiveness equal to previous local PC / LAN operation
sws central site contd
SWS Central Site(contd)
  • Integrated LP/TG development, surveillance, and maintenance by all community activities on single Orlando database
  • TTFs download approved baseline curricula in SCORM 2004/XML output format for use in Elite-equipped electronic classrooms
  • Only performance lags are natural longer times to upload large graphic files, import large courses from / export to remote AIM instances
  • Primary availability issues have been working with NETWARCOM on information assurance (IA) certifications for FEDSUN servers
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SWS Central Site(contd)
  • AIM I software operates exactly the same as local stand-alone or LAN instances from user’s perspective
  • Some enhanced management capabilities:
    • IETM interface configuration data
    • more granular privilege levels for multiple curriculum managers
  • 1/3 time CSS System Administrator with rapid learning curve when he replaced the system implementer in Mar 08
cnatt central site prototype
CNATT Central Site Prototype
  • Small (5 user) independent AIM II instance set up in response to local TRANET installation problems at CNATT Unit @ Tinker AFB
  • Set up from scratch on FEDSUN server within 2 hours
  • On-line since mid-August with no problems
  • Required 2-hour Web-meeting for end user familiarization with Metaframe implementation – no AIM user training required
central site advantages
Central Site Advantages
  • One centrally located database (configuration control)
    • Single authoritative source for a given curriculum throughout the community
    • Real-time collaboration among geographically dispersed staff (e.g., Center staff working directly with training facility, NAVSEA, ISEA, or contractor staff)
  • No need forimport/export-based database synchronization among disconnected sites
  • Everyone performing maintenance in same database
  • No IMI conflicts – all developers and users for all courses using the same library of IMI files
  • No requirement to distribute approved courses – end users can generate SCORM XML files and/or print PDF / paper LP/TG direct from Central Site
  • Significant time and money saver – no need to move export file and/or paper curricula from site to site
  • Immediate access to software updates simply by posting on Central Site server – no delays waiting for NMCI certification or complex scheduling to coordinate local updates and prevent version conflicts
  • Users can access AIM from any PC with internet access and CAC reader with desktop software installation and maintenance
  • Real-time Center online approval