GCSS Analytics Proof of Concept
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Our previous research (TRWG 13-01-016) demonstrated the feasibility and usefulness of ADF (Application Development Framework) to develop a suite of supply analytics to augment GCSS- MC. ADF allows developers to quickly develop data driven web based analytics. This study took the next step by installing the “Analtyics Suite (AS) on NPS virtual servers (using VMware Horizon View). The servers were installed in the .edu domain at NPS. Proper IA procedures were applied to the VMware physical machines. AS (csviewtb.nps.edu) have been made available to selected Marine personnel for evaluation. The goal of this research is to bring this proof of concept as close to a model of a production server as possible. Evaluation of the performance was studied as well. In addition to the above, the research looked at how the GCSS data can be "cleaned up" and an evaluation of the technology needed to deal with dirty or missing data.
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