EOSDIS System Evolution ESDIS was directed to evolve the systems under its budget to accommodate vision identified by a joint EOSDIS Elements Study/Technical team Key vision elements include: –Improve access and processing services, ensure available expert knowledge, reduce operational costs, ensure safe stewardship, maintain IT currency
EOSDIS System Evolution Top 3 cost drivers contribute to approx. 50 % of total budget: –EMD/ECS –GES DAAC –LaRC DAAC Factors that contribute to top 3 cost drivers: –Operating multiple systems (ECS, V0/V1, LaTIS, etc.) –DAAC-unique capabilities and science community support beyond specific operation of ECS/SDPS –Providing sustaining engineering for ECS/SDPS at the four ECS DAACs
ESDIS Evolution Path Approval has been given to embark down an evolution path GES DAAC and ASDC DAAC to evolve away from ECS SDPS at their sites MODAPS to evolve towards archive and distribution of all MODIS products ECS SDPS footprint to be reduced greatly in terms of hardware and custom code Summary of the plan can be found at http://eosdis- evolution.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Commitment to HDF and HDF-EOS HDF is supported through NCSA (and in future THG) via a grant –Current grant goes out to July ’08 –ESDIS plans to use this vehicle post ’08; dependent on funding HDF-EOS is supported through EMD contract –EMD contract ends ’08 –HDF-EOS format will be supported in some way by ESDIS after EMD
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