Warehouse of non-science data (telemetry, tracking, and orbital events)
Common interface to data retrieval (UI and API) and output formats (cvs, mat, hdf5)
Growing data format support – packets CCSDS, Fermi SMEX encapsulation, Fermi AOS, CCSDS frames, FEDS frames, column separated text
Growing statistical support (min, max, Mean, Std Dev, Variance Count)
Growing graphical reporting (ad-hoc and scheduled)
Growing cloud drive support
Growing mission support
TaaS is the growing non-scientific data warehouse that missions managed by SSMO generate tools that enable a single analyst to look at multiple missions in a transparent and consistent way, taking advantage of a growing number of features being built into the interface. Analysts report on the health of the spacecraft now and how it is trending, a core element of the SSMO mandate.
The use of various technologies including cloud-based deployment, local development via Docker, use of Bash, Perl, Python, Node.js, Angular, Nginx, C++, GnuPlot, VSCode, Amazon, Linux Images, Google Protocol Bufers, etc., and best engineering collaboration practices using JIRA, GitHub, and Confluence.