Summit Base ITC Design

  • Posted on: 13 May 2018
  • By: jkantor

The Summit Base complex includes two computer rooms, networks, and associated lab and work areas with components provided by all LSST subsystems. Since early 2017, the Summit Base ITC Design Tiger Team has been working on cross-subsystem requirements and an integrated design to ensure that the complex ITC achieves sensible hardware and system software standardization, consistent and robust cybersecurity, and a common DevOps-based approach to configuration management. The primary documentation of this design is in the following baselined documents: LSE-309 Summit Base ITC Design Document LSE-239 Base Data Center Requirements LSE-299 Summit Computer Room Requirements This session will provide an overview of the requirements and design and identify areas of ongoing and future work. 


Contents of LSE-309 Kian-Tat Lim (Summit, Base networks Luis Corral)
Contents of LSE-239 Kian-Tat Lim
Contents of LSE-299, Test and V&V plans Jeff Kantor
Contents of LSE-78 Ron Lambert (Jeff Kantor will present)
IT Team and IT Related Meetings Jeff Kantor
Relationships to Pathfinders, Early Integration, Commissioning Tony Johnson
DevOps, Infrastructure configuration, service delivery requirements Andres Villalobos
Schedule/inventory of occupancy and machines to summit and to base - workshop (all subsystems) Andres Villalobos