NASA, PHP, & THE MISSION READY WEBJ.J. ToothmanWeb StrategistNASA Ames Research CenterPresented at Northeast PHP 2012 1
jj.toothman@nasa.govhttp://nasawebdude.comTwitter: @jjtoothmanDell Services Federal GovernmentNASA Ames Research Center (2...
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The I.T. Mission at NASAThe role of the Web in that missionHow NASA uses PHPMission Ready Enterprise Web Platforms
Even IT has a mission at NASA “To increase the productivity of scientists, engineers, and mission support personnel by res...
Decentralized knowledge workforce
Role of the Web in the I.T. Mission
Information DistributionKnowledge ManagementBusiness WorkflowScience and ResearchShare what NASA learns with the world
Inspire the next generation of explorers
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A mission enabled Web platform• Cost effective• Time effective• Low barrier to entry• Improved emphasis on onboarding, ado...
How?http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/2542450115/in/photostream/ ...
Vision statements for Web• Modernize the web experience for the knowledge enterprise• Leave a smaller I.T. footprint wh...
Architectural domain vision for Web• Data Center• Applications• Communications• Security• Information• End-user
Web Technology Statements of IntentREST based Development Cloud Requirements Open Sourcedata servic...
Identify the right audienceImage credit: http://www.gunthergerlach.com/2009/04/defining-cloud-computing-from-the-scratch/ ...
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Pre-identify the tipping pointhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/toofarnorth/2764860556/in/photostream/ ...
Developer programshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/rene_ehrhardt/1803505574/ ...
The mailing list• Low cost, low barrier to entrycommunity building tool.• “The money is in the list”• Rule of 6• Can gradu...
It’s all about the communityhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelsgalpert/4558309000/ 42
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/4759535950/sizes/l/J.J. Toothman | jj.toothman@nasa.gov | http://nasawebdude.com | @j...
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NASA and PHP

From the keynote presentation I gave at Northeast PHP 2012
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. NASA, PHP, & THE MISSION READY WEBJ.J. ToothmanWeb StrategistNASA Ames Research CenterPresented at Northeast PHP 2012 1
  • 2. jj.toothman@nasa.govhttp://nasawebdude.comTwitter: @jjtoothmanDell Services Federal GovernmentNASA Ames Research Center (2001-2007; 2010 – present) 2
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  • 6. The I.T. Mission at NASAThe role of the Web in that missionHow NASA uses PHPMission Ready Enterprise Web Platforms
  • 7. Even IT has a mission at NASA “To increase the productivity of scientists, engineers, and mission support personnel by responsively and efficiently delivering reliable, innovative and secure IT services.”http://www.flickr.com/photos/epitti/2370873167/ 9
  • 8. Decentralized knowledge workforce
  • 9. Role of the Web in the I.T. Mission
  • 10. Information DistributionKnowledge ManagementBusiness WorkflowScience and ResearchShare what NASA learns with the world
  • 11. Inspire the next generation of explorers
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  • 14. A mission enabled Web platform• Cost effective• Time effective• Low barrier to entry• Improved emphasis on onboarding, adoption, and training materials• Extensible• Ability to use your own resources
  • 15. How?http://www.flickr.com/photos/jurvetson/2542450115/in/photostream/ 31
  • 16. Vision statements for Web• Modernize the web experience for the knowledge enterprise• Leave a smaller I.T. footprint while increasing security, agility, and flexibility• enable/enrich a culture of knowledge Use the web to creation, sharing, and remixing• Balance autonomy and control within the enterprise• Expand the definition of web to incorporate mobile and social media
  • 17. Architectural domain vision for Web• Data Center• Applications• Communications• Security• Information• End-user
  • 18. Web Technology Statements of IntentREST based Development Cloud Requirements Open Sourcedata service Process (Agile (All Services Based basedinterfaces <-> Waterfall) Cloud based) Services solutionsVendor Make Vs Buy Data will be Enterprise AgencyIndependence exportable Search AuthenticationFit process toapplication
  • 19. Identify the right audienceImage credit: http://www.gunthergerlach.com/2009/04/defining-cloud-computing-from-the-scratch/ 35
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  • 22. Pre-identify the tipping pointhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/toofarnorth/2764860556/in/photostream/ 39
  • 23. Developer programshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/rene_ehrhardt/1803505574/ 40
  • 24. The mailing list• Low cost, low barrier to entrycommunity building tool.• “The money is in the list”• Rule of 6• Can graduate to searchable, webbased knowledge base in the future 41
  • 25. It’s all about the communityhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelsgalpert/4558309000/ 42
  • 26. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/4759535950/sizes/l/J.J. Toothman | jj.toothman@nasa.gov | http://nasawebdude.com | @jjtoothman 43
  • 27. Slides will be posted here -http://www.slideshare.net/jjtoothman/ 44