Re: THREDDS status
- To: Ben Domenico <address@hidden>
- Subject: Re: THREDDS status
- From: Roland Schweitzer <address@hidden>
- Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 18:25:10 -0600
At CDC we are using two components of the THREDDS server technology.
First of all, I have installed an Aggregation Server. It serves our
entire climate data collection (aggregated in time where appropriate).
It can be reached at:
We are also working on a GDS version of the same thing. It currently
serves a limited subset of our data, but we plan to expand it to serve
all of the data sets in the archive. It can be reached at:
These services are in addition to our "traditional" OPeNDAP server for
individual files at:
The second THREDDS thing we are doing is to publish a catalog. The
catalog can be found at:
Right now, it catalogs the Aggregation Server URLs, but I hope to expand
it in the future to catalog other services like FTP access and GDS
access to these same data. We did not use the catalog generating tools
from Unidata to build this catalog, but instead took advantage of our
existing metadata database and wrote some Java code to make that catalog
This email is the first time the URL to the Aggregation Server in it
current form has been mentioned in public. I anxious to see how the
server holds up if the THREDDS community starts to use it.
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