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1 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-1 RMDCN-TT report Matteo DellAcqua Meteo-France

2 Agenda RMDCN Task Team members and ToRs IMTN overview and status RMDCN status 1st TT meeting outcome

3 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-3 Task Team members Hans Janßen, Germany Leonid Bezrouk, Russian Federation Steve Foreman, United Kingdom Giuseppe Leonforte, Italy Klas Linne, Sweden Isabella Weger, ECMWF Yves Buhler, EUMETSAT Mariana Grueva, Bulgaria Roar Skålin, Norway Zhao Licheng, China Hiroyuki Ichijo, Japan

4 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-4 Task Team ToR To review the matters related to the operation of the RMDCN To ensure coordination between all RA-VI Member countries and other Members connected to the RMDCN To maintain close coordination with the TT on WIS Development and Implementation To make proposals for upgrading the capacities of the RMDCN considering the future implementation and operation of the WIS and the impact of the future GISCs and DCPCs on the performance of the network To assist the RA-VI Member countries in joining the RMDCN and implementing their connection

5 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-5 Task Team ToR – cont To liaise with the CBS-OPAG-ISS –WIS core network is driven by ICG-WIS ! Liaising with ICG-WIS need to be included in the ToRs : comment from Hiro MdA : this cn be done through myslef and through the chairs of OPAG-ISS, who are both members of the TT To prepare in collaboration with ECMWF possible changes in the RMDCN, including the preparation of a new procurement for the RMDCN To review the TORs of the RMDCN Operation Committee (ROC) and its membership taking into account the current RMDCN configuration and its future Chaired by M. DellAcqua 1st meeting of the TT May 2010 in Prague

6 Consolidation of IMTN clouds Migration process forming WIS core network IMTN cloud I IMTN WIS core network IMTN cloud II IMTN Consolidation was completed in Nov 2009

7 Before consolidation of clouds Exeter Sofia Melbourne Buenos Aires Tokyo Beijing Nairobi Washington IMTN Cloud IMTN Cloud I Jeddah Prague Toulouse Dakar Algiers Offenbac h Brasilia Cairo New Delhi Moscow IMTN Cloud II: RMDCN

8 After consolidation of clouds Exeter Sofia Melbourne Buenos Aires Tokyo Beijing Nairobi Washington Jeddah Prague Toulouse Dakar Algiers Offenbach Brasilia Cairo New Delhi IMTN cloud : RMDCN Moscow RA I RA II RA III RA IV RA V RA VI

9 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-9 WIS network architecture

10 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-10 RMDCN status 48 Sites: –44 NMCs, ECMWF, EUMETSAT (2), DRS for The Netherlands –27 Mission Critical Sites All ECMWF Member States now Mission Critical –Minimum 2 Mbps AL; 1.5 Mbps IP Bandwidth New Members in –IMTN: USA Australia –South Korea – supported by UK –Morocco – ECMWF Co-operating State some RA-VI countries have not joined RMDCN, mainly due cost concerns. This situation is not likely to change in a near future

11 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-11 RMDCN status

12 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-12 RMDCN Geographical coverage

13 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-13 New potential Sites Canada South Africa Brazil Israel 16th ROC, May 2010, Prague Slide 13

14 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-14 16th ROC, May 2010, Prague Slide 14 Global RMDCN performance

15 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-15 RMDCN status – cont ECMWF started a pilot project to demonstrate the use of automatically and dynamically assigned secure internet connections to provide resilience against RMDCN failure. –RTH Norrköping acts a backup to ECMWF Technical workshop organised by ECMWF In February 2010 on the RMDCN to review the technologies available in order to start planning and designing the next generation RMDCN. –MPLS IP VPN is likely to continue to prevail as the dominant global network technology for the coming years

16 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-16 Meetings The 16th meeting of the RMDCN Operations Committee (ROC) was held on May 2010 in Prague … in conjunction with the 1st meeting of RA VI Task Team on the RMDCN Identify future options for the RMDCN Identify issues –Network design –Service Level requirements –Financial implication –Increasing needs for bandwidth Establish outline plan for the next generation RMDCN and possible time schedule for an ITT process

17 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-17 1 st TT meeting - Actions Refine requirements lists and look at the impact of requirements on others issues (techical, financial, contractual) –Should help in defining the level of the requirement –ECMWF, with TT members Define scenarios for the strategic evolution of the RMDCN, as WIS core network and RA-VI GTS network, supporting various technology, various performance level and various SLA –Document the trade-off RMDCN/satellite broadcasting system for GTS global exchanged data Liaise with EUMETSAT –Investigate mix terrestrial technology –Germany, Italy, ECMWF, EUMETSAT (local contribution), UK, Bulgaria Investigate multi-vendors solutions –Contractual, administrative aspects –Impact on WMO / ECMWF MoU –ECMWF, UKMO, WMO Sec, Germany

18 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-18 1 st TT meeting - Actions (cont) What kind of products/data will be exchanged on a global basis in the forthcoming 5 years –Strategic view of traffic flows –Japan, Russia, UK, France, China EUMETSAT 5-years strategy for redistribution of high volume satellite data –EUMETSAT Amend ToRs of TT to take into account the requirements of the WIS core network –MdA

19 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-19 1 st TT meeting - ROC Members ECMWF ( chair and Secretariat) Experts from all RA-VI GISCs participating in the RMDCN (4) Experts from RA-VI DCPCs participating in the RMDCN (max of 3) Experts from RA-VI NCs participating in the RMDCN (2) Experts from 3 GISCs (different Region) outside Ra-VI participating in the RMDCN on a rolling basis every 2-years WMO Secretariat Chair of RMDCN TT Each countries can have only one representative Meeting in general annually and more if appropriate The chair can invite expert from RMDCN centres

20 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-20 1 st TT meeting - ROC ToRs To monitor the operation of the RMDCN To control interfaces with the GTS To investigate options to improve the reliability, security and performance of the network To assist in the implementation of connection to the RMDCN To assist in migration To review the performance and the evolution of the RMDCN and make proposal to the TT To assist the TT with possible changes in the RMDCN To review new technologies and make proposal to the TT to improve the RMDCN To report to the TT on the operation of the RMDCN and propose options to improve it

21 October 2010 RMDN TT report, Offenbach MD-21 1 st TT meeting - Potential timetable for RMDCN NextGen


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