27 July 2020
Around 120 (!) new features have been implemented in this new version. Important (but less visible) are the performance improvements to the storage of gridded data and running and showing ensemble data. Spatial data and meta data are now stored separately and large (gridded) datasets can be imported by just importing the 'references' to those files. If you want to use or view the content itself, it will be streamed and temporarily stored or shown while not burdening your central storage. The Delft-FEWS PI web service has been extended with the option to share Schematic Status Display plots and new WMS capabilities have been implemented to show archived forecasts. The Open Archive itself can be extended with externally stored NetCDF files which can be harvested to be included in the catalogue. Besides that, new imports (e.g. true color imagery as a gridded timeseries) and model adapters have been added and lots of new features to for amongst others the grid display and the timeseries display are available.
If you want to know more about this new version then please look at some of the links below:
Visit our wiki page with release notes to find out what features have been introduced in this version. Available are:
A document describing general aspects of this release with respect to Delft-FEWS Client-Server, Delft-FEWS PI Webservice and the Open Archive.
Tabular overviews containing information on the new features and solved bugs
Consult the presentation about the new features from the online Delft-FEWS user events in June and July 2020
If you want to learn more about the Delft-FEWS 2020.01 version, then please join the webinar in September 2020. Exact details will be available soon! Keep an eye on our Community Portal
If after reading about the new Delft-FEWS version you want to start working with it as soon as possible, then please contact FEWS Support.
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